The one board for all-terrain shredding with a wider waist width is the Burton Custom Flying V Wide. This wider directional deck is engineered with Infinite Ride which helps the board maintain its flex, pop and feel from start to finish, season after season. Frostbite Edges extend out slightly beneath the bindings for ridiculous edge hold on hardpack and icy conditions, while still remaining smooth and forgiving for all-mountain cruising. Flying V gives you the best of both worlds: overall rocker enhances playfulness and float, while subtle camber zones under foot give you crisp snap, powerful turns and enhanced edge control. The Channel mounting system increases the Custom Flying V Wide's versatility by giving you endless stance options for a totally custom ride. Tried and true, year after year, the Custom Flying V Wide offers a wider waist with top of the line features for the highest level of performance.
Wide Waist Width
45-degree Carbon Highlights Fiberglass
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Hey I'm Rob. Just got done riding the Burton Custom Flying V. Give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. Really fun board, directional twin. Really playful; there's camber where you need so there's bite when you need it. The rocker keeps it super playful, super easy to put on edge. Lots of pop. Super fun board. Any kind of turn shape, tight turns, long turns; you really can do anything you want with this board. It's one of the most versatile boards out there right now. 4.5 out of 5 stars. Perfect for any intermediate to advanced all-mountain rider.
Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the Burton Custom Flying V. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. This board you can buy it and it will do pretty much anything you want it to. They have had a really good time dialing this board in, it's been in their line for over 20 years. It's always a solid board, always fun. If you like to go everywhere, all over the mountain, this is the guy to do it in. 4 out of 5.
Hi I'm Darren. I just got done riding the Burton Custom Flying V. This is a great board. Overall I would give it a 5 out of 5 stars. This is a great intermediate to advanced-level board. The front of the mountain is starting to soften up so it performed really well, did great on all my turns. Really awesome board, I truly loved it. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Steve. I just got done riding the Burton Custom Flying V. This is a great board for an intermediate to advanced rider that wants to get a good all-mountain snowboard that's easy to get in and out of the turns, that will hold a nice edge when you're in the turn. Overall 4.5 out of 5 stars. Good for that intermediate all-mountain snowboarder.