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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-27-2011, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I dont know necessarily if mine is the Flying V edition, but I have a Custom. I've ridden it once and loved it. Its is a phenomenal board, even thopugh you know its made by Burton. Very solid, very fun, and very responsive.

Unfortunately I have to sell it to pay off some debts. If your interested just PM me.
Its the one all the way on the left (:

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SHIT IS FUN. i just got mine like 2 months ago and i got the 158 Wide. its super fast and i can do anything on any part of the mountain although i don't do park. holds real tight against icey conditions and is really responsive edge to edge. i got the wide because i was impatient lol. i'm 155 5'11 with a 10 boot. but the extra 3 cm only slows down the edge to edge by a fraction of a second. overall its fucccking amazing but a tit pricey. worth it though. i was going to buy the 2011 bataleon jam but never got around to it, so i think that'll be my board for next year, or the libtech dark series which looks fantastic as well. everything is preference though what are you lookin to ride the most?

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they also come with the Custom flying V squeezbox and the Easy Livin Custom V... check em all out and make the right choice if your trying to go custom V. totally worth it though and people bash the graphics and burton blows because its TOO maintstream, who gives a fuck really? buy what you like and what is within your price range and be happy with it bud! at the end and beginning of the day your only riding for yourself and to progess on your own. their opinions mean squadoooosh. CHEERS!

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Board sounds perfect for me thanks
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BA did a review on it and didn't like it at all.
The Angry Snowboarder Blog Archive Burton Custom Flying-V Used and Reviewed

If you want Flying V, I'd go Sherlock.
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