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Burton’s Easy Livin Flying V Snowboard combines the best aspects of rocker and camber to create a versatile and forgiving freestyle shred-sled that’s at home anywhere on the mountain. Nosepress rails, spin off cliffs, and blatantly disregard ‘Slow’ signs on groomers without wondering if your board is up to the task.

  • Flying V shape features rocker between the feet and in the tip/tail, with traditional camber underfoot�all the benefits of rocker without the usual loss of edge power and pop
  • Park Fly core is light in the tip/tail and beefier between the feet for low swing weight and increased impact resistance
  • Pressure Distribution Edges extend .5mm in binding area for enhanced edge control on hardpack
  • Dual-Density Triax Response fiberglass strengthens high-impact areas without compromising the board�s forgiving flex
  • Dual-angle 10:45 Sidewalls increase durability and resist edge damage
  • Sintered Vision base offers ridiculous speed, graphical clarity, and wax absorption
  • The Channel mounting system offers unlimited stance options, with more board feel and cushioning than ever before (compatible with Burton EST or 3D bindings)

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i wanna get this board i just wanna know...

i wanna get this board i just wanna know how it handles on rails first.

i wanna get this board i just wanna know...

i wanna get this board i just wanna know how it handles on rails first.

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This is pretty much a park specific board. It will tear up any rail or box you can throw at it

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it f-ing amazing i got to ride my friends when my dc broke and he broke his leg and i have to say when his leg was better and i had to get it back i was pissed this board kills rails and jumps.

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it f-ing amazing i got to ride my friends when my dc broke and he broke his leg and i have to say when his leg was better and i had to get it back i was pissed this board kills rails and jumps.

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it f-ing amazing i got to ride my friends when my dc broke and he broke his leg and i have to say when his leg was better and i had to get it back i was pissed this board kills rails and jumps.

5 5


this is the sickest, smoothest board ive ever owned. its a dream to ride anywhere on the mountain from waist deep dry jackson hole powder to huckin massive cliffs and its an absolutely amazing park board. buy it! its worth it!

I heard the top sheet breaks very easily...

I heard the top sheet breaks very easily and that the board is not worth the money, has anyone had any of problems with this board?

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I have been riding this thing for 2 1/2 months. It is by far the raddest board I have ever ridden. The top sheet is fiberglass (the same fiberglass used on the majority of Burton boards) It will not crack! The board goes through an infinite ride machine that breaks down the glass before it ever gets into your hands. Burton is the only company that puts their boards through this process. If for some, one in a million, reason it did crack... it has a warranty on it!

This Flying V- board is worth every penny and more. I guarantee it will make you a better rider: You will, no doubt, ride 30% better after a few days on this stick!!!

My favorite board... my daily rider... INSANE PERFORMANCE! I HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend it!!!

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I'm not sure where the 1 in a million comes from. I have had two Burton Customs this season, wide and regular and have cracked the top sheet on both. Two other mates have also cracked their top sheet (custom x) and snapped the tail buttering (custom) All 2010 boards.
Don't get me wrong, I still love the board as do the other two, but no, it is not hard to damage the top sheet if you ride lots. We three are seasonaires at Red.
The saving grace is that burton have warrantied these boards. and yes, I would buy another burton board next season.

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My clear coat of the top sheet cracked, but Burtons 2 year warranty got me covered and a new snowboard. They were cosmetic spiderweb looking cracks on my nose and tail.

is there any other sizes of this board....

is there any other sizes of this board. and is this a good park board for a kid.

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there is a 152 but its sold out...

This is my choice for park! LOVE IT!

5 5

Great Park Board

After going through many boards this season, I have decided to stick with this Easy Livin in the park. It is by far my favorite park board. I love the Flying V shape that helps keep your pop and high speed stability where regular V-Rocker/Banana/Cambered boards just seemed to fold in half on me.Comparing this board to ones like the Lib Tech T Rice (C2 Power Banana), the board is very chattery and lacks magne-traction, making it not one that I would highly recommend for all mountain use. It is nice and light though which is great for park maneuvers and spins and although you feel every bump beneath your feet at high speeds, you also feel every inch of rails and boxes which is really nice for jibs.The base is fairly fast which is nice and I really like the blunt tip and tail shapes.The flex is about perfect for the park as Burton advertises. It is nice and flexy for easy butters and presses, but there is still plenty of pop and its been really durable so far.The Channel binding mounting system also has its positives and negatives. Although the basically limitless stance setup is great to get it dialed down exactly where you want, you have to tighten the HELL out of the binding bolts otherwise they will move around on you. Its frustrating and so far I have had to adjust and reset my bindings just about every day that I ride on them. I also do'nt really like Burtons bindings. This board is really a 4.5/5 stars for me because of this, but with a traditional binding pattern and some Union Force bindings would be a 5/5 for sure!Overall, if you spend alot of time in the park and are frustrated with your reverse camber super noodle flex but are done with rockers edge catching, get this board!

I plan on getting the 152 edition of this...

I plan on getting the 152 edition of this board, I pretty much only do park. I'm big on the jumps but not so big on the rails. Is this board good for me?

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This board is really fun on jumps. Also, if you ever do get more interested in jibs the Flying V will prove to be super catch free. All and all really fun board.

4 5


its a sick board but just so everyone knows the board will either come with a white topsheet or a red topsheet and you dont have a choice of what you get! just warning you so you dont order one and buy white bindings expecting that sick all white setup and get a red board and your stuck with that color

5 5

Super fun, jibby board

I've been on a bunch of reverse cambers in the past 2 years--Lib Tech TRS, Rome Artifact rocker, and DC Bender. I've always been unsatisfied by how those boards wash out so often when I load the tail. This was my first time on a Burton in a couple seasons and I was blown away by how fun and capable this board is. Burton's Flying V rides different than those other boards. It has positive camber where it counts-you can really feel the tail-and it doesn't wash out like other reverse cambers tend to.

It's super light weight, which is important to me. It felt like there was nothing hanging from my foot on the lift ride up. Swing weight was minimal when doing flatland 3s or buttering around. The flex is perfect for rails and jibs, an area where Burton boards have lacked in the past. I'm a lightweight at 160 lbs and I could throw this board around effortlessly. And the ICS binding system is insane--enough said.

I even got to plow this board around through 8 inches of fluff, and it held it's own. I was impressed that it didn't dive at all, even when I was hanging out and not putting weight on my back foot. It seems too soft to take on hairy backcountry no-fall-zone lines, but it's nice to know that it wouldn't submarine where a traditional cambered, twintip park board absolutely would submarine and be a bitch to ride.

Would I buy this board again? Hell yeah I would



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Flying V is the shiz. It butters, presses and floats like a rockered board but when you need tail (like when you're trying to stomp). This helps you to do a couple things. You won't back flop over the tail if you land in the back seat, and your board won't spin out. Also it carves better and tracks cleaner at high speeds. So there ya go.

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The camber under foot is what I personally prefer. The camber really gives you stability going into jumps and riding the whole mountain, however, because of the reverse camber you still maintain mobility and a catch-free edge.