Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard Review

October 29, 2017


In this snowboard review video we are going to take a closer look at the 2016 Burton Custom Flying V, a playful all-mountain freestyle snowboard with Burtons proprietary Flying V hybrid rocker profile. This is a twin snowboard in between the contact points, but outside has a slightly longer nose so technically it has a directional shape. We tested it out at Breckenridge resort and had a great time on the slopes and in the terrain park. Even though we didn’t have the opportunity to test powder conditions, the directional nose and overall rocker profile are going to help float in powder. Overall this was a very versatile snowboard and could be a good choice for snowboarders of any skill level.

 

Full written review visit: http://boardarchive.com/burton-custom-flying-v-snowboard-review/
 

 

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