The Burton Process Flying V Snowboard has a mellower, freestyle-friendly flex, but make no mistake; this board is definitely for the whole mountain. The Process blends a whole bunch of different materials to give you optimum performance. The core uses strong and light woods, laid out in a variety of thick and thin sections. This gives you the flexibility you want in the park, with the stability you need for riding the groomers. A Flying V profile blends camber and rocker for loose turns and solid carving. Don't hesitate to get some air either. The Process Flying V has a twin shape and flex, so it feels the same whether you land it forward or backward.
- Flex: Soft-to-medium
- Design: All-Mountain
- Shape: Twin
- Camber: Rocker at tip and tail and between feet/Camber outside of bindings
- Waist Width: 24.9cm (size 152); 25.1cm (size 155); 25.2cm (size 157); 25.5cm (size 159); 25.7cm (size 162)
- Flying V profile blends rocker's float and camber's grip for a super versatile performance
- Twin Flex feels the same whether ridden forward or backward
- Squeezebox blends thick and thin core sections for stiffness where you need it - flex where you don't
- The Channel mounting system offers infinite adjustability of binding angles
- Frostbite Edges extend out from the bindings for solid grip on hardpack
- Triax fiberglass offers versatile flex and performance
- Super Fly II core uses blend of strong and light woods to target snap and performance
- Dualzone EGD uses different angles in wood core near edges for better hold
- Pro-Tip tapered tip and tail reduces swing weight
- Durable and fast Sintered base
- Scoop turned up tip and tail to reduce edge catching
- Infinite Ride boards are pre broken in for consistent feel from day 1
*Color of snowboard base can vary
Questions and Answers
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The Process Flying V is a high quality board that I use as an all-mountain ride. I am an instructor in both Utah and New Hampshire. My last board was a Process Flying V and it performed perfectly and endured a full season in NH and one in UT, and a season for me is over a hundred days.
I ride switch more than 50% and I enjoy the twin shape. The flex is right where I like it: flexible enough for buttering yet stiff enough to hold an edge in most conditions.
This is a great board for a playful, all-mountain style of riding. It is not suited for racing and carving on hard surfaces, and it is not a pure park board either.