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Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard


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Description: Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

Rip a snowboard that has the best of both worlds, camber and rocker performance, on the 2020 Burton Custom Flying V men's snowboard. Burton crafted the Custom Flying V to be an all-mountain, powder and park board. Burton's very own Flying V™ technology combines camber and rocker giving you the camber underneath your feet providing edge control, while the rocker gives you a playful ride and float over the snow. The directional twin shape you are able to get a little more pop out of your tail while still having that rad flow Burton has always given us. The base of this board is an extruded WFO that is durable and fast. Frostbite Edges provide you a strong hold and fine cut even in the icy winter conditions. The Custom Flying V is finished off with Burton's exclusive Infinite Ride™ technology that creates an already broken-in feel for you and giving it all the flex, pop and control you want right from the start. This winter spend your days strapped onto the 2020 Burton Custom Flying V men's snowboard.

Key Features of Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard
  • Bend: Flying V
  • Shape/Flex: Directional/Twin
  • Core: FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G Core with Dualzone EGD Squeezebox
  • Fiberglass/Base: 45?? Carbon Highlights/Sintered WFO
  • The Channel
  • Frostbite Edges
  • Super Sap? Epoxy
  • Pro-Tip
  • Infinite Ride
  • Flex: 3 - 6 (Playful - Medium)
Length (cm) 150 154 156 158 162
Effective Edge (cm) 113.5 117.5 119.5 121.5 125.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.81 29.15 29.43 29.7 30.05
Tail Width (cm) 28.81 29.15 29.43 29.7 30.05
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 25 25.2 25.4 25.6
Sidecut (m) 7.4 7.6 7.8 7.9 8.2

The Channel® - Stronger, faster, easier, and designed to help dial-in the perfect stance for you - The Channel® gives you ultimate control of your stance and your board in a design compatible with all major bindings (not just Burton's).

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Incredible board!
The board is awesome I love this thing. Took me a minute to get use to it I’ve boarded for 16 years but have never had a new board. I’m a true all mountain boarder some park some back country some just cruisin down the slopes. This board is amazing it’s so responsive to anything you want to do with it. A bit expensive but as far as I’m concerned it was well worth the money. This board will definitely be in my life for a long time! Great board as always burton!
March 13, 2020
Age: 25-44
7 months ago
One of my favorites
No one hates the Custom! This thing rides everything just like it says it does. There's a damn good reason its one of the best selling boards EVER. I'm 5'11" 200lbs and rode the 156 in everything with zero issues.
April 9, 2020
Chicago, IL, US
Age: 25-44

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Best reviews for what I was looking for and I've rode Burton since the beginning
jason b on Jan 18, 2020
Best reviews for what I was looking for and I've rode Burton since the beginning
jason b on Jan 18, 2020
I have been riding the Burton Instigator for two years. Wanted to upgrade but not sure whether to go with a Camber board or Flying V? Ride mostly all mountain on the East Coast. A Rocker board seems to be a little too playful but hesitatant on the full Camber. Thanks
Tom P on Mar 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: If you want more of a catch free feel with a little more float go for the flying V. If you want a little quicker edge to edge aggressive feel go camber. If you've been on an Instigator id suggest the flying V mainly because you are used to a rocker profile already. The Flying V is definitely a more aggressive profile than what you've been riding (Flat Top) but not quite as big of a performance jump as if you went straight to the camber. A lot of people will say that you cant carve hard on rocker and that it's too squirrely but its usually because they are trying to ride it like a traditional cambered board. When you carve on rocker you need to concentrate on centering your weight on BOTH feet and push both toes/heels straight down into the snow when setting your edge. With camber you have to push inward towards the middle of the board to engage the middle of your sidecut. If you do that with a rockered board it lifts the back contact point and you board tends to slide out a bit (hence the reason people think rocker is squirrely). When you are riding super hard and really laying down carves the cambered version is better but that is waaaay beyond the performace the Instigator is capable of.
Could someone who is somewhere between a beginner and an intermediate rider ride this board?
McKenna B on Sep 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello McKenna B., the custom is going to be a little more advanced of a board but the shape would make it work well with someone who is more intermediate. for the level rider you are talking about i would recommend going with something more like a Instigator by Burton. here is the link Hope this helps.
Just tried on the burton ruler boa in 11.5. Would the 162 be wide enough or would I be better off with 162W?
Mike1 on Jan 12, 2020