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Originally Posted by SGoldwin View Post
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?
How much powder do you see, be honest.

If lots then Sherlock, which I own, or maybe Nug, some really like it for powder, and nug is small so lots of fun for butters and spins and so forth.

Antler is quite soft, great for butters etc, lightweight, lots of tech.

Custom is more all around, do everything, best Flying V on hardpack.

Process is a good choice if budget matters.
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