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Burton Feelgood Flying V vs Feelgood Camber
My daughter is riding a Feelgood Flying V 152. The Flying V profile is great for soft snow and powder. However it is rather sketchy, very loose with less than stellar edge hold on hard pack / ice.
You have indicated you are an East Coast rider who does not hit the park.
If you want a catch free, easy to ride board then the Flying V is your call, but beware of its limitations on hard conditions. If you are riding Camber at the moment and like the edge hold and stability it offers, then the Camber Feelgood is the way to go.
Just beware that they are VERY different boards that offer a very different ride. Given how light you are, I would suggest the Camber board if you want any degree of edge hold.