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The Burton Process, a board that is so popular it is a basic piece of the lineup. Due to its versatility, it can fit the needs of pro riders and beginners who prefer a long-lasting board. It has sandwich construction and is resistant to strong deformation while also handling considerable payloads. This board profile remains the most important thing to consider. It has two profiles. The camber in my variant is different than in the Flying V version, making the edge grip better, more pop, and livelier, especially for carving or hitting the side jumps. The stiffness of the board is 3 out of 10, so it is quite soft. It is narrow where the nose and tail are to make it light. The core is made from light and durable wood species, offering both strength and lightweight properties. The outer is two layers of fiberglass above and below the core. The snowboard's surface is robust, created through a sintering process, and is receptive to waxing. If you’re thinking about a board similar to the Process but more of a directional shape, check out the Skeleton Key. The Burton Process is an airy and energetic board with a hybrid camber. It is characterized by its strength, dynamism, responsiveness, stability, and forgiveness of rider errors. Suitable for any riding style, from various slopes to freestyle.
- Strong camber with flexibility
- Symmetrical design enhances stability and versatility
- Lightweight yet powerful, ideal for dynamic riding
- Might lack the rigidity preferred by some advanced riders for aggressive carving
Lightweight true twin performance tuned to the ride-everything style of top pros like Mark McMorris.
Constantly evolved to drop ounces and amplify pop, the men's Burton Process Snowboard is Mark McMorris' pick for its twin freestyle playfulness and all-terrain prowess. Featuring PurePop camber for a forgiving yet snappy feel, the Process is suited to the freestyle rider, but still capable of ripping the entire mountain as proven by the pros who push it. The Super Fly II core creates a lighter, lift-off-ready deck, while Squeezebox core profiling transfers energy towards the tip and tail for snappier ollies and effortless stability. Available in two versions, choose the relaxed and floaty Flying V or precise control of PurePop camber.