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post #9 of (permalink) Old 07-02-2013, 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by CKBoarding24 View Post
haven't really looked at it. I want something that is playful, but can still hold an edge when i need it. I have heard that the flying v washes out a lot, so I am skeptical of getting that board. I kind of figured the cambered custom would be the way to go I would just have to put more effort into my butters and stuff. I am also kind of skeptical how the camber floats in pow as well.
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.
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