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Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

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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.

Key Features of the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard:
  • 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
Length (cm) 148 151 154 156 158 160 163
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
Sidecut (m) 7.3 7.5 7.7 7.9 8.0 7.1 8.3

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.

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Christmas gift.
Jennifer M on Nov 12, 2015
for the "V" what else :P
Hao V on Feb 4, 2015
Christmas gift.
Jennifer M on Nov 12, 2015
I've heard it's the best all around board you can really find with the 3 points of contact and everything else. Really excited to give it a whirl this winter.
Patrick W on Nov 10, 2015
for the "V" what else :P
Hao V on Feb 4, 2015
I've heard it's the best all around board you can really find with the 3 points of contact and everything else. Really excited to give it a whirl this winter.
Patrick W on Nov 10, 2015
Whats the difference between Burton Custom Flying V and Burton Custom Flying V Blem?
A shopper on Oct 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are great answers.
The Blems have a cosmetic blemish in the topsheet. They will have a scratch or dimples or some minor flaw. The bottom of the board is pristine, and will perform exactly as a regular board. They all come with a full manufacturer warranty. I looked at these Custom Flying V boards and it looks like they have off-set graphics... tough to see.
I am 5' 11.5" and weigh 190lbs. I wear a size 10 Burton Ruler boot. What size snowboard would be good for me? I'm thinking a 162cm W but am unsure
Ryan S on Dec 19, 2014
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.
How is this board on rails?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Just fine actually.
what size bindings should i get if i have size 10 boots?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It really depends on what company you choose.

If you were getting the Burton Custom Flying V I'd suggest getting the size Medium Burton Malavita Snowboard Bindings. Check them out HERE:
I have a size 11 boot, do i need a wide board?
Alex P on Aug 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No you don't. It may go all the way to the edges but it won't stick out hardly at all. My bindings are for up to 11 and they barely stick out. You lose a lot of mobility when you go to a wide board. Slows you down. Can't turn near as sharp
Purchased this board and now trying to find the perfect bindings to go with it. Suggestions for an all mountain rider?
Leah Edwards on Oct 16, 2015
Our showroom peeps thought the Mission EST bindings or the Cartels would be a great pairing here.
What's the difference between this and the Burton Custom Twin? What board would you recommend around a size 148, I'm more interested in the park.
Daniel A on Feb 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends on which Burton custom twin you are talking about, as there were many, but basically this Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard is slightly directional, meaning it has a front and a tail, which means you can still ride switch comfortably. Size depends on you height, weight and shoe size.
I'm 511 210 size 11 dc boots can I ride a 160 or should I get a 162 w?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You would be best suited on the 163cm regular width Burton Custom Flying V. Burton has progressive waist widths so they account for bigger guys having bigger feet.
Hi, my height is 173 cm and my weight 67kg. What size of board should I use? I have been thinking about the 154cm.
Sávio D on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey. We currently only have this board available in 160cm. I agree that 154 would be a good size for you. If you are willing to upgrade, we have the 2016 model available in 154 -

Or, another option is the regular Burton Custom. We have that available in 154 at the same price point -
Hello. I have bought this snowboard from your good site and malavita bindings. I have 7 years experience and ride 50% freeride 50% powder. I cannot decide which boots will suit me best. I think to buy Burton Ruler or Burton Moto. Maybe the other brand will be good for me. Can you please helm me?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2015
A lot of your answer is going to be personal preference. The Moto's may not be the best option as they are fairly entry level. Our snowboard specialist suggested you look at the Thirty Two Lashed boots as a better option and fit: Otherwise the Rulers will be good too.
My boyfriend is 5'9 and about 170lbs, size 9.5 boot. I am looking to get him this snowboard but I am clueless on what size. He would be using it for all mountain. Help?
Leah Edwards on Oct 8, 2015
The Custom boards are an excellent choice, and as this is a classic and popular board... there are a lot of choices. Burton suggests you could ride anything from a 154 to a 163 length board. Going by his height I would go with the 156 length board. A 9.5 boot can ride a standard width board just great. Excellent choice.
Would you suggest a re:flex binding or est for this board?
Djpr1mo on Sep 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Both styles of bindigns will work on the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard, but the EST versions are exclusively designed to work with boards that feature the Channel System.

If you plan to swap the bindings out and use them on 4x4 or 2x4 mounting patterns get the Re:Flex, but if you'll only be using them on the Channel definitely get the EST version.
hi, is this a good board for riding mountain a little bit? I like riding park alot but once in a while i like cruising the mountain.
polishrifle02 on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's best for mountain since it is offset for a being slightly back, as if riding mountain. in other words, this borad is meant for mountain, not park. Although, it can be used for both
i am 5'10, 230-240 lbs, size 10.5 boot, but boot claims that the footprint is a 9.5. what size board and binding do i need?
max s on Mar 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You don't need a wide board but you are on the edge for medium vs large bindings. Big guys like us usually need longer boards.
Size 12.5 boot. can I get away with the Custom Flying V 158 reg or do I have to get the wide? ride 13 neg 13 have a wide board now. feels a bit sluggish in turns
NYC JP 2015 on Feb 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You will probably like the wide better if you want do do any super hard carve turns. Even on the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard, the wide will take a little more effort to turn.
When will this board be back in stock?
Mason f on Jan 3, 2017
This version of the Custom Flying V cannot be reordered.... though we have a number of updated versions: or or
I'm 5'10" 130lbs 9.5 boot, I got a great deal on a custom flying v but accidentally got a wide 155 with medium stay calm bindings. Not sure if I shud send board back n go a lil shorter and no wide. However I primarily like to ride pow, could this work out to be ok setup?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi! Yeah, I don't think it'll be too much of an issue. Your boot size is really close to the recommended size for this board anyway.
I'm 5'5" and weigh about 135, but I have wide feet, so I wear a 9.5 - 10 boot. Board calculators say my width waste needs to be between 246 and 252. Can I go down to 148cm safely, even though it has a 245 waist width?
Scott L on Sep 22, 2015

You fit comfortably within the weight ranges of both the 148cm and 151cm Burton Custom. If your boots have footprint reduction technology, will fit on both boards' waist widths, but if they do not they'll fit on the 151cm size much better.

Awesome choice of a board, the Custom is one of my all time favorites.
If I wear size 11 1/2'shoes but can probably fit in a 11 do I need the wide? Keep in mind I am pretty skinny and don't have enough power to turn the wide boards as easily :/. Would there be any way I can still ride this board and be okay?
AcerPoppin on Sep 8, 2015

If you have boots with shrinkage footprint reduction technology you should be able to ride a "normal" width snowboard.
I weigh 150lbs 6'0 and relatively small and I wear a size 11 1/2 show but it hasn't grown since and I could probably fit a size 11 shoe. I don't want a wide because it would be a lot harder for me to control and I can't turn or jump as well. Would the Burton V custom board 158cm be good for me still?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You'd actually fit best within the 156cm Burton Custom Flying V Snowboards weight range of 135-175 lbs. The 156cm size has a waist width of 25.3cm and if your boots have shrinkage footprint reduction technology you'll be good to go!
I'm 6'2'', 175lbs, size 10.5 - I'm thinking the 160cm makes sense. What would be the pros/cons of going to 158cm or 163cm though? I generally have been all mountain, but I'm thinking I'll start wanting to do a little more park but I don't know if I can quite justify going all the way down to 158cm since I'm 6'2''. I usually ride in areas with more ice in that turns to slush by the late afternoon, pow is a luxury.
A shopper on Aug 31, 2015
For a more detailed conversation please chat with our Snowboard Specialists: 1 (800) 409-7669. If you are an All-Mountain focused rider go with the 160, and a park rider 158cm would be ideal. The 163 will most likely be too much.
I'm 5'10", 170lbs, size 11 shoe size. Haven't bought boots yet but I have a feeling I'll be in the 10-11 range. If I get a 156, will normal width be okay? I'd say 80% freeride/20% park, with intentions of getting better at the park.
kevin s on Jun 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kevin, I generally recommend people getting a wide board if their boot size is 11 or greater. Also different boot models will make a difference since some of them, such as higher end Burton boots, have a reduced footprint. With these types of boots you can often wear an even larger size on a regular width board.
hey i rode 3 rental rocker boards .. burton clash , burton progression and burton anchor boards nd they was all really fun and catch free boardss ..
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
eric f on Mar 3, 2015

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.
Would a size 11 boot on a 158cm regular width board with large bindnigs ok? I'm wondering if a wider board is a better choice.
A shopper on Feb 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If your size 11 boots feature a shrinkage reduction technology they could fit on the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard, if not look into the Wide version HERE:
hi all

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
A shopper on Feb 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 158cm Burton Custom Flying V WIDE Snowboard would be a perfect board for you. Check it out HERE:

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?
A shopper on Feb 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard in the 158 would be better for groomers and spin a little easier in the park. The 160 will handle higher speed and powder conditions better. That said, there is less than 1 inch difference here, so you will like either size very well!
I'm debating Between this, the process flying v, and the burton custom. I'm not sure where I want to spend my time in yet, as I'm still fairly new rider, but i want a board that Can do it all. Which one would you recommend, or any others?
Reza Z on Feb 10, 2015

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.
Hi im thinking about buying a burton custom flying v would ride ex series bindings fit the board?
mike m on Feb 8, 2015
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.
I am 170lbs, 5'10" and I wear a size 10.5 wide boots, and I would like the Custom Flying V, should I get the wide version or the regular, and what size? Also what size and model Burton bindings do you reccomend? I mainly free ride.....
Vinny B on Jan 31, 2015

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:
Hi, my height is 173cm and my weight 80kg. What size of board should I use? I like freeriding as freestyling
Lucas on Dec 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: With your weight you could ride any size from 156 - 163cm I'd ride the 158cm Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard if I was you.