Burton Process V-Rocker Mid-Wide Snowboard

Burton Process V-Rocker Mid-Wide Snowboard  -
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    Style: PRCSS V 11

    Introducing the Burton Process V-Rocker Snowboard, an all-mountain shred machine that serves up a forgiving yet responsive ride regardless of terrain. Featuring a V-Rocker design, scooped tip and tail, and Smooth Ride Technology, the men’s Process V-Rocker allows the board to cruise catch-free over the gnarliest of conditions free of unwanted board chatter. Frostbite Edges underfoot and a Grip and Rip Tune give you a burly bite on ice.

    Specs:
    • Shape: Twin
    • Design: All-Mountain for versatility
    • Flex: Directional
    • Flex Rating: 3 (on 1 (soft) to 10 (stiff) scale)
    • Camber: Reverse-camber V-Rocker

    Features:

    • Mid-Wide accommodates slightly larger feet and adds stability
    • V-Rocker maintains a floaty feel while keeping a strong grip with Frostbite Edges
    • Super Fly Core with Negative Profile blends soft and hard woods for optimum snap and response
    • Dualzone EGD grant exceptional edge hold and strength
    • Triax Fiberglass provides flex and response for all mountain versatility
    • Sintered Base absorbs more wax for a faster ride
    • Frostbite Edges give your edges a strong hold on ice and treacherous terrain
    • Grip and Rip Tune gives you an edge in all conditions
    • 10:45 Sidewalls are ultra-beefy to withstand repeated impacts
    • Smooth Ride absorbs vibrations from rough terrain
    • New Jumper Cables give your jumps more pop and more snap in your turns
    • Scoop gives a smooth, forgiving ride due to the turned up edges of the tip and tail
    • Pro-Tip reduces weight in tip and tail for easier spins and maneuverability
    • Infinite Ride gives the board a consistent feel season after season

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "IS this snowboard 157 wide"
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    Question by lucas on 2/26/2011 - 2:38 pm
    A:
    "Yes, we do have a 157 wide."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/28/2011 - 3:37 pm
    Q:
    "Is this the Process V-Rocker standard width or wide width version? Thanks"
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    Question by Tim on 3/6/2011 - 7:28 pm
    A:
    "This one is the Mid-Wide."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/8/2011 - 9:25 am
    Q:
    "I was wondering if this board in a 15 would be right for me. I am a beginner, 6'-0" tall 145 lbs with size 10.5 boots. Thanks!"
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    Question by Ted on 3/18/2011 - 9:05 pm
    A:
    "For your height and weight a 163 will be the best size."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/21/2011 - 10:38 am
    Q:
    "Is this.product new "
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    Question by Justwannashredbra38 on 3/21/2011 - 11:52 am
    A:
    "Yes, we only sell new unused products."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/21/2011 - 11:57 am
    Q:
    "how many of the 159 are in stock? How likely is it to go out of stock? "
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    Question by justwannashredbra38 on 3/21/2011 - 6:16 pm
    A:
    "For this size we have just a few. The sell out really fast."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/22/2011 - 9:05 am
    Q:
    "Is this a good all mountain board "
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    Question by Trizzle on 3/23/2011 - 7:15 pm
    A:
    "This board is great for all mountain. The shape is a reverse camber or V-rocker that will help you float over powder and at the same time the Forstbite edges will help you keep hold over ice."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/24/2011 - 8:45 am
    Q:
    "im 5,4 130 what size do i need and do you guys have the connversion kit for the bindings also why are they so cheap "
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    Question by evan on 3/25/2011 - 6:53 pm
    A:
    "By height and weight the perfect size for you is a 143 . This board is a mid-wide, this is meant for boot sizes 11 and up. Conversion plates we do not have, and the price is going down because the season is almost over and 2011 products will be available soon."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/28/2011 - 11:31 am
    Q:
    "I am 6 ft tall and 180 lb, boot size 11.5, which size I should buy? 157 or 159? Thanx"
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    Question by Steve Tsai on 3/26/2011 - 8:17 pm
    A:
    "Burton has the mid--wide boards to accommodate guys that use big boots like you. About sizing you can use something in between 159 to 162. "
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/28/2011 - 8:44 am
    Q:
    "I was wondering what size board I should get. Im 5'10", 140 lbs. And I have a 11.5/12 boot. So do I get a wide, mid-wide, xtra wide etc. and what length board would be suitable. Thanks Alot!"
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    Question by Sam on 3/28/2011 - 9:45 pm
    A:
    "The perfect size for you will be a 155. For your boot size go with a wide board to prevent heel and toe drag."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/29/2011 - 8:47 am
    A:
    "Yes thanks Grace. I was confused on what Burton is doing with their width sizes now though. I thought they had standard, mid-wide, and wide. wide being for boot sizes 11US+. So trying to figure out what boot sizes mid-wide is for. Thanks"
    Answer by Sam on 3/30/2011 - 4:54 pm
    Q:
    "Hello, I was wondering if the 157 would be a good fit for me. I am mostly concerned with the width since my boot sze is on the smaller size at 8.5 mens. I want the length of the 157 for more stability on steep runs and powder."
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    Question by Sam on 3/30/2011 - 4:11 pm
    A:
    "For a longer board more skills are needed to maneuver it. Usually for a beginner or improver a shorter board will be easier, unless you want to adventure in the powdered snow, then a longer board will help you float over it. A wide board is needed for boot sizes 11 and up. To decide with size is the best for you your height and weight are important factors to consider."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/30/2011 - 4:32 pm
    Q:
    "I am looking at this board and it has been quite awhile since I purchased a new board. I am 5'10", 190, size 10 boot. Would the 159 work ok?"
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    Question by Nick on 4/5/2011 - 2:58 pm
    A:
    "Yes this board in a 159 will be perfect for you. "
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/5/2011 - 3:29 pm
    Q:
    "Not sure of my boot size, but my shoe size is 9. Would this board be too wide for me? I'm 5'10" and 165, what length would be best? Can you ship to Australia? "
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    Question by James on 4/14/2011 - 2:53 am
    A:
    "The mid wide boards are for person with a boot size 11 or larger. For you something between 158 and 160 will be perfect. We only ship within US."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/14/2011 - 9:13 am
    Q:
    "I'm 5'10 185 with a size 11 boot. What size would you suggest?"
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    Question by uacj23 on 5/3/2011 - 9:34 pm
    A:
    "A 159-162 will be great for you depending on your skill level."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/4/2011 - 10:13 am
    Q:
    "I note that the mid-wide board is best for boot size 11 and up. I'm size 10. Can I get away with that size boot using the 157? What if any drawbacks will there be? If not the mi-wide, what width should I be looking at and what board from your supplies would you recommend?"
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    Question by james on 5/19/2011 - 3:16 am
    A:
    "You can get away with the mid-wide, anyways you will be wearing a size large binding. Because you are so close to a size 11 I don't see any drawback on using a mid-wide. You should get a board bag to protect and carry it with ease."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/19/2011 - 8:40 am
    Q:
    "Hello how are you? I have bought this item and I want to know which are the correct bindings for this board. I´m a 10 shoes size, so I have to use a Medium binding, haven´t I? I want to spend arround U$S 100. Hope your answer, Regards "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by alexiscamarasa on 6/22/2011 - 5:37 pm
    A:
    "You do need a size medium binding. Take a look at the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Binding and the Burton Custom Snowboard Binding."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/23/2011 - 8:48 am

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