|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Core:||Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox|
|Sidecut:||Modified, Frostbite Edges|
|Ability Level:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||3 Year|
Description: Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard
Versatility takes on a whole new meaning with the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard 151 for men. Featuring an all-around free mountain board fit for the avid winter lovers like yourself, this board is time-tested and true and will never let you down. The one-board-meets-all-needs mentality is perfect when you want to speed down the steeps in the morning and hit the park in the afternoon. The squeezebox core offers a light-weight design that perfectly blends a crisp pop with high end handling and maneuvering capabilities. The medium flex and hybrid camber offer a nice float in the pow, while still being able to power through big turns.
- Bend: Flying V
- Shape: Directional
- Flex: Twin
- Core: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
- Fiberglass: 45° Carbon Highlights
- Base: Sintered WFO
- Features: The Channel, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride and Progressively Wider Waist Widths
- Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
|Effective Edge (cm)||112||115.3||118.3||120.3||122.3||124.3||126.8|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.49||28.90||29.41||29.58||29.75||29.93||30.22|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.49||28.90||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|
Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.
Custom Flying V
Well if it helps you at all I just bought a 151 and i am 5'7 and 130 pounds with a size 10 boot, it depends on how much more you think you may grow and absolutely on what kind of riding your planning on doing, if you are going to be in the park a lot more than you will want something a little smaller, if you are going to be riding a lot of pow than you will want a little longer of a board, if i could do it again i would buy a 154 just so that i could grow into it a little better. I ran your info through the burton board finder and it suggests that you get a 158 but i would suggest at least going one size up from that. The size of your board really just depends on your personal preference, i don't know if i would suggest getting a Wide board tho unless your expecting your feet to grow 2 more sizes. But i think you would be ok getting a 160-162, best of luck to you in your buying experience.
If you were getting the Burton Custom Flying V I'd suggest getting the size Medium Burton Malavita Snowboard Bindings. Check them out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=malavita
my friend gave me a camber ride control board and i kept falling cause it kept catching edge and i hated it .. is the custom flying v a catch free rocker feel deck or does it still catch cause of the camber ? please let me know before i order it
The Burton Custom Flying V is a hybrid version of both Rocker and Camber. The Board has Rocker between the feet and on the nose and tail, and Camber underneath each foot. It makes the board loose and surfy while also making it stable.
When the Custom Flying V is laid on flat ground it teeter totters.
i weigh 87 kilo and my height is 176CM -- is the burton custom flying V 158XL a good choose? atm i have a process flying V 155 but it looks a bit narrow for my boots.
boot size 11 (44Eu) binding Diode Large
I am 6' 3" and weigh 180lbs with lanky build, looking to get either a 158cm Burton Custom or a 160cm Burton Custom. I have rode the 160cm and liked it but thought a 158 might be better. My skill level is high intermediate-expert. I ride probably around 15% in the park and the rest on groomers or pow.
What length do you recommend for my body type and riding style?
If you're a fairly new rider get the Burton Process Flying; it'll be more forgiving and allow you to progress quickly.
The Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard is a great board too, but the Process FV will be a little better for you.
It looks like it depends on the year. the 2014 and up bindings do have a Channel Slot on the disc. They will be compatible.
With size 10.5 boots you can still ride the regular width version of the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard. As for size, because you mostly freeride, get the 158cm.
Burton Cartel EST Bindings would be a good match up with the Custom Flying V. The snugger the fit the better. Size medium Burton Cartel EST Bindings fit up to size 11 boots. Check out the Cartels HERE: http://www.the-house.com/bt1care04sub15zz-burton-snowboard-bindings.html
Though a lot of your decision is personal preference, and snowboard style.... Burton suggests this is a good choice. The Custom Flying V 158W will plenty accommodate your boot size, fits within your weight requirements, and is a good length. That is what I would choose.