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Trickle-down tech doesn't get much better.

Loaded with features found on many higher-dollar boards in Burton's lineup, the Process Snowboard redefines 'value'. A traditional camber profile and Frostbite edges deliver high-speed control anywhere on the mountain, while the Scoop tips, twin-like shape, and mellow flex make park sessions and mini-shred laps more fun than ever.
  • Traditional camber delivers superior pop and edge control
  • Frostbite edges extend out half a millimeter from the binding zones for improved grip on firm or icy snow
  • Scoop tips pull the board's edges away from the base at the contact points for effortless butters
  • Pro-Tip construction thins out the board's core at the tip/tail to reduce swing weight and make spinning tricks easier
  • Sintered base absorbs tons of wax, which means it resists damage AND hauls ass
  • The Channel mounting system offers improved board feel and near-infinite stance options—compatible exclusively with Burton EST bindings

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5 5

process

great board. very springy, super buttery, rides super smooth, carves great, jibs well, all around great board. base color can vary though.

process
5 5

process

great board. very springy, super buttery, rides super smooth, carves great, jibs well, all around great board. base color can vary though.

process
3 5

not bad

Found this board a bit fun. Not quite happy with Burton boards they lost quality. I prefer Lib Tech and Never Summer boards, I won't be buying a Burton boards again.

I'm 6'0" and roughyly 230lbs. Do mostly...

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I'm 6'0" and roughyly 230lbs. Do mostly groomed runs, just started hitting mild stuff in the park and hit powder whenever I'm lucky enough to find it.

What length would you recommend??

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Also forgot to add. Would it be best to go with this chambered model or to try the flying V version?

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you would want an aftermath 161 the board is too soft for your weight.
and thats a cambered board if you want rocker if you are less aggressive get the custom 162 flying v.

Is it gonna be a real issue that I weigh...

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Is it gonna be a real issue that I weigh 199 and riding a process flying v 157?

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amigo. board size depends greatly on what conditions you ride and what you want out of the board. powder and backcountry riding means getting a longer board. hard pack and park riding=go shorter. rocker boards will also allow you to size down a few cms just because of their shape.
hope this helps

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Hey Manny,

If you are a real aggressive rider I would be concerned out weighing a soft board with the flex of a 3 by 20 lbs. Although reverse camber allows us to ride shorter boards, out weighting them will decrease its float on a deep day.