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post #14 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2013, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Lamps View Post
I've ridden quite a few burton boards in camber and Flying V. If you want best edge hold in ice go camber. If you want fun playful and good handling in powder go Flying V. Custom is a good all round board in both formats, it's a matter of preference, or go two boards for different conditions, such as custom camber or custom X for hard charging and ice and Sherlock or custom Flying V or Antler for soft snow.
Hijacking this thread with a Flying V flex question since you have ridden flying v boards. Which order would you rate flex for the following Flying Vs:
- Nug
- Process
- Custom
- Sherlock
- Antler
I am looking for a new Burton board and I find the flying V tech nice. If I find powder I go there all day, but if not I like to play around jibbing, buttering and some carving if the groomer is nice and soft. If it's icy I stay home. If I visit the park it's only for the jumps and then the smaller ones (old and little afraid.
Which board should you recommend?

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