Burton Process Smalls Snowboard · Kids' · 2022
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The younger brother of the Burton Process, the Burton Process Smalls is the child-oriented version of the Burton Process. Featuring a flat to rocker camber profile, this board is for the young rider who wants to progress in the park and the rest of the mountain. Key Features:
- The Channel Mounting System — This gives you easy adjustability and customization. It is compatible with EST bindings and with other bindings via a compatible disc.
- Extruded Base — The tougher base requires less maintenance.
- True Twin — Ride this board in either direction; it will feel the same either way, allowing the rider to explore both switch and regular riding.
- Rocker/Flat/Rocker Profile — This profile prevents catching an edge and makes for an easier, more relaxing ride.
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- The younger rider looking to progress their riding through the roof!
- The Process is a board that is at home anywhere on the hill.
Burton's classic twin-shaped softer flexing freestyle deck, designed for all types of terrain riding, from groomers to park to pow. Made with the same high-quality construction as the adult boards. It has a flat-to-rocker profile, which is great for learning and for those young riders who are ripping hard...great for all skill levels.
This would be a board that your son could progress into, since it is on the medium flex end, rather than softer and more forgiving, but I am going to put it out there for you to consider. It is the right length for his weight and height put together. Beginner to intermediate Riders who would like to take it in the park or all-mountain, and who would like to avoid catching an edge. He can ride both directions on this board.