Ridden by high-flying extraordinaire Mark McMorris, the Burton Process Snowboard is capable of slaying huge takeoffs from icy quarterpipes to triple corked 1440s over seventy-foot X-Games kickers. This mid-flexing, twin-shaped deck uses a traditional camber profile for powerful response needed to tear apart demanding freestyle terrain. Making the Process even more freestyle friendly, its tapered Pro-Tip construction allows you to get the most from your spins without excess swing-weight, while the scooped tip and tail fight hang-ups upon landing when you're spinning to win.
Inside this freestyle powerhouse, you'll find a Super Fly II core for lightweight performance with plenty of snap. This core is shaped with Burton's Squeezebox profile, making the areas under the binding zones thinner for easier turn initiation and better under-foot boardfeel. Its triax fiberglass lay-up provides the torsional response and rigidity needed to stomp heavy landings without washing out, while Frostbite edges extend slightly over the board's binding zones for increased grip in hardpack conditions. Add in a wax-thirsty, fast-gliding sintered base for a deck that's ready to charge anything lying in its path.
- Twin shape with 0.5-inch set-back
- Traditional camber profile
- Super Fly II core with Squeezebox
- Triax fiberglass
- Scooped tip and tail with Pro-Tip (tapered tips)
- The Channel Mounting System
- Frostbite edges
- Sintered base