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Flying V or Not?


I've been looking for a good all mountain board that I can shred pow with and then hit a few boxes and rails.
Im still learning jibbing tricks so basically I'm looking for a board that would help me learn.

Anyway so I've come to the conclusion that I wanna get a Burton Process 159.

I was wondering if anyone could tell me wether it would be better to get the original camber or the Flying V model. And if you guys say flying v would the restricted version be better?

Ive read that the flying v will most likely be better for powder but I'm not sure how that would affect its jibbing and groomer capability.

And apparently the restricted flying v is slightly stiffer but doesn't have the smooth ride system that the other two models have.

All in all if you guys could point me into the right direction that would be awesome.

Have a good one!
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