Burton CUSTOM FLYING V

Burton CUSTOM FLYING V
Category: All mountain
Level: Advanced
Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2019
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What do you think about Burton CUSTOM FLYING V?
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Bolse
13/02/2019
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Strenghts:
Stable
Playful as it is possible to land almost anyway without getting wrong

Weaknesses:
Soft - Can also be seen as an advantage depending on riding style. If it is a weakness when it comes to keeping track of weight distribution on the board otherwise it is easy to lose control.

Summary:
Have been running Burton Custom (camber) for several years and for me it is the absolute best all-round board. Wanted to test Flying V and see what difference it would make. Suppose it is also what most people think about when buying. In loose snow, high speed and big turns, I do not think there is so much difference between the boards. Maybe you have to squeeze a little more to get the edge to bite properly in the same way as it does with camber. Short quick turns I think you notice a difference then the camber bed is more alert and responds better. The biggest difference I think you notice in the lift or when you kick forward on the transport. Then the edge does not want to bite at all because the weight ends up on the front foot and lifts the board. In my opinion, Flying V is better suited for the rider who has a slightly more playful riding style as it is perceived as softer and a bit more forgiving.

Model year: 2017
Riding style: All
Length on the ski: 162 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 190 cm

Schermanio
21/02/2018
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Strenghts:
- Allround

Weaknesses:
- More adult than playful

Summary:
As good as classic board. It's good to go down a little longer to get a little more playfulness but without losing stability or speed.

Riding style: Pist when I have to cushion whenever I can
Length on the ski: 156 cm
Riders weight: 82 kg
Riders length: 184 cm

Schermanio
14/04/2015 (Modified: 14/11/2016)
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Strenghts:
- That it has no real weaknesses
- Very stable at high speed
- Calce in the powder even if clean pillows are better
- As usual, world-class is belated when it comes to grips. Even the top of the page is rep-resistant when it's in the matter's way, and those that appear easily "disappears" because the graphics are a bit striped.

Weaknesses:
"Without driving myself, I can imagine that the real jibber kids, who are more on the railing than on the back, want a softer board. But they never look at buying a Custom any how ...

Summary:
Custom supplies year after year. Drive 160 cm together with Malavita bonds.

Model year: 2015
Riding style: Pist when I have to cushion whenever I can
Riders weight: 82 kg
Riders length: 184 cm

Schermanio
06/03/2013
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Strenghts:
Lightweight, stable, good grip in the piste

Weaknesses:
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Summary:
Has Custom 158 Restricted together with Cartel EST bindings. Very good board that is slightly stiffer than Sherlock, on good and bad.

Model year: 2013
Riding style: Piste-powder
Length on the ski: 158 cm
Riders weight: 81 kg
Riders length: 181 cm

snowcop
06/03/2011
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Strenghts:
Lightweight, consistent and stable.
At lower speeds, the board was very easy to cut, even though the board I had was 162 wide, it was very sharp from edge to edge.
Soft in the middle, compared to a traditional camber, it felt like "angry" the board more in the middle when walking from edge to edge.
First Flying V I went on and it was a positive experience.
Despite its softness, the board feels not flattery or "dead", but more lively.

Weaknesses:
Worse edge grip than a similar board with traditional camber. It's a good idea to think about a little while in a hurry and do not take in and push as much when cutting turns.
If it is very hard / ice, be careful not to drop the bracket.
Additionally, I have boarded many years and am used to push me through the turns properly.

Summary:
Very fun and easy-to-use board, despite its length and width.
(162cm wide)
Flying V works really well, but I lack a bit of stability from a really hard board that I'm used to going on.

Had the choice been between a regular Custom and a Custom Flying V, the choice had easily become Flying V.
On the other hand, I prefer a Custom X, just because it's hard.
Custom X likes, however, is as playful as a door compared to Flying V, so you're not a person who likes to drive quickly and easily, Flying V is probably more right for you.

Model year: 2011
Length on the ski: 163 cm
Riders weight: 88 kg
Riders length: 190 cm