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The original one-board quiver - now with extra trick-stomping power.

The Custom Flying V Snowboard updates Burton's legendary all-mountain freestyle deck with the power of hybrid rocker-camber for a loose, catch-free ride that still pops off the lip and holds an edge at speed. The super-versatile flex and shape lets you slay parks, trees, groomers, and chutes all season with just one board.
  • Flying V hybrid rocker/camber shape places camber underfoot with rocker in-between and in the tip-tail for a hook-free ride that still grips at speed
  • Lightning Bolts and Carbon I-Beam maximize ollie power and edge control
  • Sintered WFO base keeps you cruising fast through the flats
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly outward in the binding zones for enhanced grip in all snow conditions
  • Infinite Ride breaks-in fiberglass at the factory for a dialed out-of-the-box ride that lasts season after season
  • The Channel mounting system allows infinite stance options and effortless adjustment

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Hi, I'm a 50 yo female rider and trying...

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Hi, I'm a 50 yo female rider and trying to find a new set-up. Nothing fancy, just riding the mountain. Currently riding a 154 omen. Last board was a custom and loved it. Any ideas?

I havnt been on the mountain in like 6...

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I havnt been on the mountain in like 6 years. and id like to get a new setup. all around, but i really enjoy the park too. im 5'10' and weigh 135, size 10.5 boot. i cant decide which size is best due to my akward shape :D thanks in advance

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I would say, get a 151, it will be able to handle you the best and vice versa.

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get a half size bigger because of your feet they will break it in and when you hit th powder it will help them shrink. never get too small or right size.

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Custon Flying V

I am 6'0" and 190 lbs. I ride a custom flying v 156, and this board rides better, carves smoother, floats powder faster and far more effortless than any board I've ever ridden. It pops higher with ease and butters with a simple lean. It didn't take long until I felt like I was made for this board and this board was made for me.

I am 6'2" weighing 190. Is this board to...

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I am 6'2" weighing 190. Is this board to small for me??

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The 158 is your jam. It will be your best fit. You will love this board!!!

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I am 6 feet tall and 190 lbs, and I'm on a 156, I like it smaller because I feel like it turns harder and sharper in the trees, and with the Flying V I don't feel like I am losing float in the powder even though it is 4 centimeters shorter than my last board. But it's your call.

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Great Board

By far the best custom I have had. I previously had the 05 model. Floats great in the pow. I noticed that in certain situations where I would have ended up going over the nose of my old board, that the reverse camber of this one just popped me right back up. As far as groomers go, I can go as fast as I want and feel stable. Just for fun I took my gps up on a super cold day, and hit 60 mph. board felt solid at this speed. I have never ridden a magnatraction, but have heard it is great in icy conditions, but this board did just the same as boards I have ridden with out the maganatraction.

hi, im 16 around 5'11'' and weigh 160...

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hi, im 16 around 5'11'' and weigh 160 pounds, i am looking to buy a burton custom flying v, although i dont know weather to go for the 156 or 158. the 156 would probably a better size for me now although as i am still growing i am thinking that maby the 158 will be the better option in the long run. any thoughts? thanks

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156 is your size. I am about the same size, and I run a 156 always.

whats the best bindings for this board?

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whats the best bindings for this board?

i am 5'11'' and weigh 160 pounds and am...

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i am 5'11'' and weigh 160 pounds and am looking at the burton custom, what is a suitable board size?

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Depends on riding style. A custom can do everything so if I were you I'd get something in a middle of the road size so you can do everything if you want. Of the three sizes left in stock I'd say the 156 for all around everything. If you're more park specific bump down and more all mountain cruising bump up.

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Yes the 156 is you best bet for all mountain riding.

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Still on the Fence...

I'm not sure where stand on this board... I've been a loooooong time Burton fan(Craig Kelly Mystery Air days.) but I'm just not sure where I stand on this board... I had a 2010-11 Custom Flying V 158 and rode it for a few months and thought is was too short so I got a 160 but for some reason I still don't feel "right" on it... this board does so many things/situation well but not great. so does it make sense if i say "a jack of all trades but master of none?"

PRO:
-Very light board.
-SUPER FASSSSSST base, I'm heavy and I ALWAYS glide pass everyone on the flats.
-Flexible, Agile in the trees.
-Good POP.

CONS:
-PDE/"Ice Edge" is a load of crap... Burton just needs to buck up and admit Magna-traction is the REAL DEAL.

Overall:
This board just rips through POW, super effortless and fast. my only complaint is it doesn't hold an edge very well in icy death chutes... I also own a 2011 Lib Tech TRS and I feel super confident riding the TRS on ice. hope this helps...

I am 192cm and 80kg. Can somebody tell me...

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I am 192cm and 80kg. Can somebody tell me if the 160 custom is good for me?

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158 is the size I would get. The 160 would as well. It depends on what you like to ride. If you are going to focus on the park then 158 is the way to go if not then 160 is your jam.

Can you tell its (160 cm) gross weight and...

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Can you tell its (160 cm) gross weight and dimensions? thx

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The board? It weighs about 3.5 lbs. it has a nose width is 299.3mm, waist width 255mm, and tail width 299.3mm. Do you need more info?

I'm 178cm tall, 138lb weight, generally...

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I'm 178cm tall, 138lb weight, generally riding a 156cm camber board for practice.
Using board finder in Burton site, it recommend 151cm and 148cm for custom flying V.

Wondering if I need a wide since I'm wearing 10.5 size K2 Ryker boots which external length up to 32cm.
Will heel or toe drags if I go for the 151cm as suggested?
Most of all, will you restock 151cm custom flying V?

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The 151 is your jam for sure. The 156 is way too big for your size. You can run the wide if that is all you can find but you don't need it. I don't think the 151 will be back in stock, this is one of Burton's best selling boards.

Would a need a wide in this board? I was...

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Would a need a wide in this board? I was going to get a 156 but i thought about it again and wondering if i would need a wide with a size 11 boot with large bindings. I dont want toe drag or anything. plz help thnks

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Nope you'll be fine on a 156. I have 11.5 boots and a board with the same waist width and I get no toe or heel drag.

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Make sure you duck you feet out to avoid toe and heel drag.

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Great Board

Took me a short while to get comfortable with this board but once I did I fell in love. This board is so quick and responsive in all types of terrain. Rides well in powder also. The flexibility of the rockered center gives you great feel and when you sit back on the tail it's like hitting the gas pedal! Extremely stable & fast. Not great on ice but what board is.

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Zero edge control

I cannot tell you how excited I was to get my hands on this deck. I have this deck as well as 5 others from various companies (including FULL rocker boards), and have been riding for 7 years. I 'thought' that the frostbite edges WITH a little camber underfoot would really be a great combo for gripping the snow in all conditions. Boy was I wrong. This thing is extremely washy and does not hold and edge no matter how hard you try. I live in Park City where the snow is usually great with plenty of pow, but when the pow turns into hardpack mixed with some icy conditions, this board is worthless. I feel out of control.
I will say this thing is pretty floaty in pow though. I've had a couple great days with over 2 feet and this thing just wants to jump up to the top.

Overall- not a good all around deck, but fun in pow.
Not recommended.

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wrong

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Couldn't agree more! Took the deck out for it's maiden voyage to Revelstoke and was completely diassapointed. By the end of the day I wanted to leave it in the parking lot. Absolutely NO edge control. Tried various binding variations and stances and still could not lay an effective edge, especially in steep/fast terrain. Powder the board perfomred well, and flatland was fun, but majority of the time I was really fighting the board. I am gonna give it some getting used to time, but if no improvements I am gonna have to let it go.

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LetShred's review is dead on. I am a long standing Burton fan and was very excited to get this deck. What a disappointment. Washed out with really poor edge control on typical east coast icy surfaces. I could probably get used to it, but why waste a half season adapting to this nightmare when lib-tech makes awesome magnatraction boards that have claw-like grip out of the box? This board is a complete waste of time. Still like Burton for the camber boards but STAY AWAY from this one if you have any kind of remotely icy situation.

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