K2 Turbo Dream VS Burton Custom Flying V
I have a regular camber Rossi Contrast that I'm hoping to switch out of this season.
I rented a Burton Custom Flying V and it blew me away, most of all I loved the fact that it initiated turns so quickly and didn't catch an edge, but I'm reluctant to go towards Burton because of the bindings. I already own Drake bindings so would rather not go for new ones. I heard great things about the K2 Turbo Dream so I was considering that.
I plan on being on the groomed runs all over the mountain, not much park at all and riding in Lake Louise area in Alberta, Canada. So a mix of pow and hardpack. I consider myself to be an intermediate rider.
My question is, do you think the things I love about the Burton Custom Flying V are also the same with the K2 Turbo Dream or even the Slayblade? Once again I loved how easy it was to turn the Flying V, it had a cool swivel feel to it when turning and never caught an edge.