Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard
$599.95
Custom Flying V Snowboard by Burton
Price subject to change | SKU: BUR01ZE

Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

Baby bro to the legendary Custom, the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard takes everything that makes the Custom great, then adds its own hybrid profile for a floatier, more forgiving ride that still takes on every zone of the mountain. From its versatile profile, poppy feel, to its lightweight construction, it's no wonder why the Custom Flying V is one of the most popular decks on the market. The Flying V profile has rocker at the tips and between the bindings for extra float in powder and catch-free riding on hardpack, while the camber underfoot adds pop and improves drive and precision. The slightly set-back stance adds control and lift without forcing you to give up your ability to ride switch. Then, 45-degree Carbon Highlights construction uses a tip-to-tail layer of carbon to substantially shave weight while creating an aggressive, responsive feel that you can point with confidence. Inside this all-mountain legend, the Superfly II core uses lightweight woods that strategically target areas for lower weight and increased pop, while the Dualzone EGD adds edge control by placing perpendicular strips of wood along the edges. Squeezebox profiling thins out the core where you want flex, and thickens where you need strength, to bring you the best of both worlds. Frostbite edges extend out from under your bindings to create extra contact points so you can hold an edge on icy halfpipe walls and sketchy steeps. Infinite Ride construction means this board feels broken-in from day one to season five, and an extra-absorbent Sintered WFO base resists damage to keep you flying at high speeds over any terrain.

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