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Burton Restricted Custom Flying V 2014 review

OK so this is a sick board, no doubt about it. I'm only 16 but I've ridden fairly nice camber and rocker boards, and this board is above and beyond anything I've ridden. It's insanely maneuverable and super light, and the V is somethin else. It's almost hard to describe but it's got a playful kind of float the a rocker board has and the edge hold of a camber. (It's actually clearly not as good as camber for edge hold when you ride it, but compared with rocker its way better). Plus the graphic for this board is sick. Super pricey, one of Burtons most expensive boards but I don't regret the purchase at all, it is everything they say it is. (Did i mention how light it is? I rode a weapon last year and got used to it's weight, so the first time I took this off a jump I flew. but once you get used to that you can do any in-air maneuver you want.)
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OK so this is a sick board, no doubt about it. I'm only 16 but I've ridden fairly nice camber and rocker boards, and this board is above and beyond anything I've ridden. It's insanely maneuverable and super light, and the V is somethin else. It's almost hard to describe but it's got a playful kind of float the a rocker board has and the edge hold of a camber. (It's actually clearly not as good as camber for edge hold when you ride it, but compared with rocker its way better). Plus the graphic for this board is sick. Super pricey, one of Burtons most expensive boards but I don't regret the purchase at all, it is everything they say it is. (Did i mention how light it is? I rode a weapon last year and got used to it's weight, so the first time I took this off a jump I flew. but once you get used to that you can do any in-air maneuver you want.)
Hey man, glad to hear you enjoyed this board. I tested it out last year at a local event and thought the same thing. At the time, i didn't have the bread to add it to my quiver.

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