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*Will not fix flat-out ugly riding.

Burton crammed the Process Flying V with some of its best technology to create a board that will conquer every type of terrain on the mountain, in-bounds or out. Flying-V hybrid rocker gives you the best of the camber world with the best of the rocker world for a board that can make you look good anywhere*.
  • Flying V hybrid camber/rocker puts camber underneath the bindings and rocker at the tip, center, and tail of the board for float in powder, edge control, and plenty of pop
  • Super Fly core strategically places stronger, lighter wood in specific areas of the core to provide strength and pop
  • Dualzone EGD places the wood perpendicularly along the toe and heel edges in two different zones to optimize edge control
  • Directional Flex means the board is packed with pop at the tail and resilience at the nose to help maintain control in any terrain
  • The Channel allows the rider to micro-adjust his or her stance over a greater length and an infinite range
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly underfoot for better hold in icy conditions
  • Pro Tip reduces weight at the tip and tail for less swing weight

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Should I get a soft or responsive binding...

Should I get a soft or responsive binding for this board... Say the Customs ESTs or the Missions ESTs. And should my boot be the same flex as the board, the bindings, or should they all be soft flex since the board is soft?

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i'ill take one with a similar flex but if you prefer high control, get a stiffer one. on the other side, if you want a playful experience take a soft binding.
(not a pro, if you want a response to depend on dont take me too serious :P)

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I just got this board today and when i...

I just got this board today and when i went to put in the bottom part of screw that go in the slots in the board, they wouldn't fit in because the screws were too long to fit in the hole.

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I want to use basic bindings with this...

I want to use basic bindings with this board with the m6 conversion clips. how does the clips mount on my bindings? Will the board feel OK? do you have a video or clip, or image that i can take a look at to see what it looks like after installed with regular non burton bindings?
flows, step ins, or non burton bindings. Thanks.

is this a good board for a beginner and...

is this a good board for a beginner and is a 155 good for someone 5'7 between 140-150lbs size 8 boot???

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This would be just fine for a beginner. Directional twin and on the softer side are what you should be looking for. 155 would be too big though, I would suggest something more like 149-151cm.

is this a good board for a beginner and...

is this a good board for a beginner and is a 155 good for someone 5'7 between 140-150lbs size 8 boot???

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Yes this should be a great snowboard for your needs. A concern for you would be that a V-rocker board will have less edge control than a typical board.

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How does this compare to the 2011 custom...

How does this compare to the 2011 custom flying v?

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I am hoping to switch to a decent all-mountain...

I am hoping to switch to a decent all-mountain board for an intermediate rider, and really want the Burton Flying V technology and Frostbite edges (or equivalent in other brands). I am a female, 6'0, 150-155 lbs, size 11 shoe (W), so finding a women's specific board is pretty much not an option. Would this be a good board for me? I've been reading in other places that it's supposedly mid-wide, is this true? If so, is this a problem for someone my size? Thanks!

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I bought the Burton Process Flying V - a Christmas present for my 21 yr old son. He went crazy when he saw it. His words were AWSOME COOL PREMO NICE....... Dogfunk is one of the best online retailers I have delt with. Do not hesitate to use this Co. Very knowledgeable about the products they handle. I like thier return and waranty policies. RB Arlington Heights

would a 157 be ok for a person between 130...

would a 157 be ok for a person between 130 and 140 pounds

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How tall? it could be a little long (not a bad thing!) if under 5' 8"ish. And it would still be great in powder!

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Lawghead,

How tall are you? You are on the low end of the 157 regarding weight. Remember you can ride a shorter board with the float of the reverse camber in the Flying V shape. May want to consider the 155.

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157 is a bit big, thats what i ride and im 160 lbs. probably the 152 or 155

is this board good for intermediate...

is this board good for intermediate riders

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Great versatile board for the progressing rider in any condition.

What bindings should I put on this...

What bindings should I put on this board?

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personally, i would go with a burton EST binding, you can get a conversion plate for most bindings but i just wouldn't feel safe with the two pieces of hardware that close together on a binding. the est bindings put the hardware out further for more stability and safety, also theres A TON of stance options. the est bindings range from 180 to 400 bux so its its all about how much you wanna spend. http://www.dogfunk.com/dogfunk/search.html?mv_session_id=USdK6AEu&aff=1&q=burton+est+bindings