Burton Easy Livin Flying V - 2011


Last year Tom took the standard cambered Easy Livin’ for a spin. This year our tester Ben Malloy took the all new Flying V version. If the words ‘super flexi’, ‘snappy pop’ and ‘quick and responsive’ tickle your fancy and fit within your demands of a park board then the Easy Livin’ should be on your shopping list.

Manufacturer's Description:

Take it easy. Live it up.

Developed by Danny Davis and proven during his trips through the snowboard universe, it’s no wonder so many team riders are Easy Livin™ users. Given the combined ride-altering effects of our critically acclaimed Flying V™ rocker/camber combination, grippingly precise Frostbite Edges, and ultra-responsive Lightning Bolts there’s no saying how far out you’ll get.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding High cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
152, 155, 158

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


The Channel ICS binding system
Flying V rocker/camber profile
Twin shape with directional flex
Super Fly II™ Core with Dualzone™ EGD™ and Negative Profile
Dual Density Triax™ Fiberglass with Lightning Bolts
Sintered WFO base
Frostbite Edges with Grip and Rip™ Tune
10:45™ dual angle sidewalls
Elliptical Kicks, Pro-Tip™, and Infinite Ride™
Feel: 4

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Snowboard Review:

The board of choice of US all-round superstar Danny Davis, the Burton Easy Livin’ is a super fun board which lends itself to all kinds of riding. When I first strapped this board on It instantly felt like I had been riding it also season, despite the innovative flying V rocker used in its construction. The super flexi feel to this board means it is extremely easy to press and butter and suits kicker riding with its snappy pop and forgiving reverse camber on sketchy landings. This is one of the most fun boards I have ridden lately and would make a great purchase for anyone looking to get creative all over the hill. For sure it suits the park but this board would not feel out of place hammering down the pistes and although I rode it in slushy conditions, the Easy Livin’s flying-V camber would help you make those floaty powder turns. The board is quick and responsive enough to suit indoor and small park riders and the Hunter S Thompson graphics mean this great looking board should be a huge seller for Burton. Of the Burton boards I have ridden lately this would certainly be my choice and the Easy livin’ would be more than a match for any of the other big-name freestyle boards out there.

In the words of Hunter S Thompson – “Let the good times roll”

Posted by Ben Molloy in • Burton

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What colour is powder?

Scott Palermo on August 30, 2010 at 04:50 PM

Hello again Rich, Thanx for the quick reply about the Eazy Living Flying V & the Super Model X. I have the 2009 Machette as my park board and I love it. I weigh about 170, 5’9” a lean mean boarding machine LoL, and Im not crazy about the Machette at high speeds. I am really looking to fill the void with a board to hit the bowls, carve up the groomed runs, and something for all around the mountain except the park. Well maybe the park for at least every once in a while if its on the way back down while on this other board. Help me choose. I actually have the 160 Super Model X now new in box, but Im contemplating exchanging it for your board of choice. So before I use it this season I want to make sure this is the right one for what I expect from a board. Thanx Man!!

Rich Ewbank on August 30, 2010 at 04:53 PM

Oh if you have a Machete and you want a board for the groomers and off piste please stick with the Supermodel X. I thought you needed a board to do all of it. Taper and a stiffer flex will be absolutely perfect groomers. Do not return that board!!!! Unpack it wax it and wait for the first day of pow or groomed pistes!

Scott Palermo on September 03, 2010 at 06:53 PM

Hello again Rich, One last question. Im helping a friend choose a board. He wanted an all mountain board as well. He is 5’10 and about 180lb. Likes cruizin the mountain over hitting the Park. What is the difference between the Burton Custom V-Rocker & the Custom Flying V. Which do you prefer? Thanx