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Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard
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Description: Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

It''s no accident that Burton keeps bringing back the Custom Flying V Snowboard year after year. With the playful Flying V profile and a medium flex, the Custom Flying V is truly an all-mountain destroyer. Plus it''s offered in enough lengths for just about everyone, meaning there''s no excuse not to pick one up.

Key Features of the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard:
  • Feel: 5
  • Gondola Package
  • The Channel
  • Bend: Flying V
  • Shape: Directional
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD
  • Fiberglass: Triax Fiberglass, Lightning Bolts, and Carbon I-Beam
  • Base: Sintered WFO
  • Sidewalls: 10:45
  • Extras: Squeezebox, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride, and Progressively Wider Waist Widths
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
Length (cm) 148 151 154 156 158 160 163
Effective Edge (cm) 112.25 115.25 118.25 120.25 122.25 124.25 126.75
Tip Width (cm) 28.49 28.9 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Tail Width (cm) 28.49 28.9 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Waist Width (cm) 24.5 24.8 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.7
Sidecut (m) 24.5 24.8 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.7

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.

Custom Flying V

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This is an awesome looking board and it rides great. Fun in the park. Be sure to have the correct Burton bindings.
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September 30, 2013

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Good all mountain board for an intermediate rider. 2013 sale price was great!
brian f on Jan 20, 2014
I wanted a board that met alot of requirements. I wanted a rocker in some form for manueverability. I wanted frostbite edges for Ice. Lots of ice on the east coast. I wanted a board that still haad some camber in it, again for ice and for all mountain riding. This fit the bill perfect. Esecially with its rocler/camber base.
Matthew H on Dec 2, 2013
The flying v is soooo legit!! I love this board. The only thing i wish that was different is the directional twin shape. I would like this exact board with a true twin shape and it would be perfect, but that is only if i had to complain. Otherwise this board is awesome for all around riding.
Dawna F on Dec 2, 2013
because its a Burton custom flying V...
Vet S on Nov 25, 2013
Hi, i can't decide whether to get the 160 or the 163? Im 83kg. I want a all mountain set up.. Im leaning towards the 160 as I've already got a 165.. But want something smaller. Intermediate-advance rider. Cheers
A shopper on Oct 11, 2013
Best Answer: I'm about your same weight. I went with the 160 Custom Flying V because I wanted an all mountain board as well, but it was important to me to have something that would float well in powder, and give agile control in the glades. This is exactly what the Custom Flying V is great at! All mountain ability with quick and responsive control, and good loft. If you are thinking you want a 163 because you need stiff control at exceptionally high speeds, then you may want to consider the normal Custom. It is much better for that. The Flying V, while still pretty good at high speed is not as good as the normal Custom, but what it offers is a lot more versatility. (and fun!) For this reason, I would say if you are going to get a Flying V, for you weight, you should be going with the 160 because moving up to 163 will begin to remove some of the versatility you are looking for in the Flying V.
Reply · Report · Nicholas F on Oct 15, 2013
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I want to know what is a better board for all mountain riding and speed, the custom flying V or the Aftermath?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2013
Best Answer: Both are excellent boards but the custom flying v would be more versatile. The aftermath has a pure camber bend which will have slightly more pop for ollies but harder for initiating turns and somewhat more likely to catch an edge. The aftermath also has a slightly set back stance which makes it better in powder but harder for riding switch, harder for park riding, and quite a bit harder for initiating turns. If you plan on spending most of you time bombing steep slopes in powder at very high speeds then the aftermath would probably be the one. But for versatility and great performance all around I would go with the custom flying v. The custom is regarded as one of the great boards of all time and the flying v bend is really an excellent hybrid of camber and rocker that allows for serious pop, easy turn initiation, and high end performance for the whole mountain. I also prefer the pure symmetry of the custom flying v so that switch riding feels more natural.
Reply · Report · Michelle J on Sep 8, 2013
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Planning to purchase the Burton Flying V 154. Can anyone make any recommendations on the perfect bindings as I know they require the EST bindings? I prefer to do all of the above in terms of riding but I'm not capable of doing hard jumps and whatnot. Thanks for looking.
A shopper on Jul 26, 2013
Best Answer: The Burton Custom Flying V is a great choice, I love that board. It sounds like you'd like a well rounded all mountain snowboard binding; something that can cruise all over and occasionally go in the park. It all comes down to how much you want to spend. Below are a few solid all mountain Burton EST snowboard bindings at various price points.

Burton Mission -

Burton Cartel -

Burton Genesis -

Burton Diode -
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 26, 2013
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I'm 5'4 148 I ride a 152 want to go smaller will the 148 flying v work?. Also what the difference to the 2013 to 2014 flying v custom?
chris c on Dec 14, 2013
Best Answer: im not a burton fan so i cant tell you the differences between last year and this year, but 5'4 if you are a park rider especially i suggest anywhere from 146-149. im 5'3'' and just got a 149 for park and i love it! i probably could have gone a little shorter but i love it.

take a tape measure and measure to your bottom lip, that should be a good fit for you.
Reply · Report · Mary Kate G on Dec 16, 2013
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do they make custom flying v in full camber?
A shopper on Aug 22, 2013
Best Answer: No Burton does not make a Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard in full camber.

A snowboard's profile/bend shape sits in one of 4 basic categories: Camber, Rocker, Flat, or Hybrid (Camber/Rocker/Flat Combinations).
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 22, 2013
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I am 5'10 and 160lbs. What size would be best for me?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: You fit within the weight ranges of the 151cm - 160cm Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard. The 156cm size would probably be best for you if you ride a wide variety of terrain.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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Trying to decide between the 151, and 148cm sizes on this board, I currently ride a 155 2012 Burton Blunt and have progressed on it a lot, but feel it is much too big for me now. I mainly lap the park but want a board to be nice for all mountain pow days as well (which is why I'm looking at the custom flying v). I weigh 145 pounds, and am 5'8". I'd say I'm somewhere between an advanced and expert rider. Which board size should I choose? Thanks for the help!
Benjamin H on Aug 20, 2013
Best Answer: YOu fit within both weight ranges of the Burton Custom Flying V 148cm and 151cm.

If you ride more park than all mountain choose the 148cm, but if you ride more all mountain than park choose the 151cm.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 21, 2013
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