Burton Process Mid-Wide Snowboard

Burton Process Mid-Wide Snowboard  -

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    Style: PRCSS MID 11

    Push it with the Burton Process Mid-Wide Snowboard, an all-mountain board that preys on unruly terrain. The Process is a slightly stiffer board and features Smooth Ride’s internal dampening that eats up vibrations on a fast run. Scooped edges help protect you from unseen snow disturbances while Frostbite Edges grant you maximum control so you can shred the gnarliest of the gnar. Complete with a middle of the range flex for an ever so forgiving ride, the Process is ready to rip regardless of snow conditions.


    • Shape: Twin
    • Design: All-Mountain for versatility
    • Flex: Directional
    • Flex Rating: 4 (on 1 (soft) to 10 (stiff) scale)
    • Camber: Traditional


    • Mid-wide size adds stability
    • Camber has more edge contact on snow and gives the board pop and liveliness
    • The Channel provides endless stance options
    • Super Fly Core 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
    • Grip and Rip Tune gives you an edge on all terrain
    • 10:45 Sidewalls are ultra-beefy to withstand repeated impacts
    • Smooth Ride absorbs vibrations from rough terrain
    • Scoop’s turned up tip and tail edges gives a smooth, forgiving ride
    • 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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    "I have a US mens size 12 snowboard boot and was wondering if the burton process mid wide board would be fine allowing without a lot of toe and heel drag?"
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    Question by Kyle on 1/23/2011 - 9:59 pm
    "Great question and great intuition. There should not be much drag and all. It is considered a pretty forgiving board. Good pick."
    Answer by Kendall (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/24/2011 - 8:11 pm
    "I was looking at a few boards at your site. Since this is a mid wide board, should I find a regular width board. Also, if i go with this board, i am 5'10' weighing 155. should i get the size 155 or 157? "
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    Question by Dan on 3/21/2011 - 9:30 pm
    "The correct size will also depend on your abilities. For a beginner with your weight and height a 156 will be perfect, if you are intermediate you can size up to 158. Unless you use a boot size larger than 10.5 you are OK with a normal width board."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/22/2011 - 8:48 am
    "Is this a suitable first board? I'm torn between the Process & the Process V. I had a bad experience with a Custom Flying V feeling like it was too much board but also felt like the Burton Blunt gave up its edge in a harder carve too easily. I'm thinking a gentle camber board is the way to go?"
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    Question by Newb on 3/30/2011 - 2:59 pm
    "This board has a medium flex of 4. Probably for an entry level board is better to select one with a softer flex. The difference between a V rocket and a traditional camber is that it helps you float over powder snow if you want to get out of the groomers and still there is enough edge hold when carving. I think the Process V will be great for you because it also has a twin shape that will help you ride switch and decide which stance is the best for you (goofy or regular)."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/30/2011 - 3:17 pm
    "I wear a mens size 14 (U.S) and I was wondering if my toes or heal would drag? Thanks for your time"
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    Question by pie man on 3/31/2011 - 5:25 pm
    "Burton specifies to select a wider board for boot sizes over 11.5. Probably a wide board is the best option for you instead of a mid-wide."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/1/2011 - 8:34 am
    "I'm 5-10, 175lbs and am looking for a new board. My current board is about 8 years old and it's what i learned on. Its a K2 Airborn 164. I'm so ready for a shorter board. I'm concerned though that the 155 is on the small side and I would be better off in the 158/159 range...your thoughts? Thanks."
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    Question by Brian Z on 4/12/2011 - 12:32 pm
    "Actually when you improve you are ready for a bigger board, unless you are looking forward in doing freestyle mostly. For your eight and height the recommended size is between 155 and 161. The 161 is a good size for an all mountain experience because you need a more length to flat over the powder. There are different shapes and flexes available depending on your riding style. Give us a call at 1-800-818-0946 so we can talk about all your options for a snowboard."
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/12/2011 - 2:27 pm
    "HEy I'm thinking about getting a Burton CLash. I am 5'11 and 145 lbs wearing 10.5 boots. Do I need a mid-wide board? and is a 160 a good lenght?"
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    Question by Marine CPL on 2/3/2013 - 11:16 pm
    "I think a 160 would be too long. I would go for a 153-155."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/4/2013 - 10:44 am

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