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Ripping turns and going big, it's all part of the Process.

The team favorite Burton Process Snowboard returns for this year, and it's better than ever. The cambered shred-stick get a Squeezebox core profiling upgrade, which works in conjunction with The Channel mounting system to provide uninterrupted flex across the entire length of the board. Like previous versions, it's still got Frostbite edges for tons of grip, Scoop tip and tail for catch free butters and presses, and Jumper Cables for crazy pop. Consider it your partner in crime for destroying park features, day in and day out.

The twin shape of the Process makes switch takeoffs and landings a breeze. The stance is set back half an inch for directional stability, but feel free to mount it up centered if that's more to your liking. The flex is directional, with the tail being slightly stiffer than the nose for powerful ollies. Traditional camber means unparalleled control stomping big landings and locking in carves. Frostbite edges enhance that control by bumping out under the bindings, for extra grip on ice and hardpack.

Smooth Ride suspension provides extra damping to smooth out those harsh landings. Squeezebox core profiling thins the core under the binding, for a consistent flex across the entire length of the board. The Scoop tip and tail profile lifts the edges for catch-free butters, and the Pro Tip construction keeps the swing weight down for faster spins. Infinite ride means your board feels broken in right out of the box, and stays that way. The sintered base holds a bunch of wax, and will keep you flying all over the mountain, instead of getting stuck every time things flatten out.

  • Traditional Camber
  • Directional shape (12.5mm setback)
  • Frostbite edges
  • Super Fly Core with Dualzone EGD
  • Sintered base
  • The Channel mounting system

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how much does the burton process weigh?

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how much does the burton process weigh?

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Hey David,

I ran out and weighed that for you and got the 157 at 2800 grams.

2 5

Not a fan

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This board has only 7 days on it for a reason. I bought the board to get a return to camber but the board is pretty much flat. The scoop tips basically get rid of the contact points meaning you will spin 360's getting off the chair. To sum it up i had more control on a Lib Tech Skate Banana. However the board is good in pow and boxes, but if you hit any ice prepare to fall on your ass. Also doesn't help that the Cartel EST don't have adjustable heel cup making it impossible to get centered over the board even when i shove the binding all the way forward, yes i know how to set up my bindings properly. I bought a Ride Buckwild and Union Contact Pro bindings and could not be happier with that decision. Plus i'm getting a T Rice, "quiver killers" like the Process are a waste of time, get a board for one extreme and another for the opposite.

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Hard to take this guys opinion serious when there wasn't any snow in Alaska this year to speak of. 360's off your office chair. Have fun on your Buckwild, biatch.

5 5


  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The camber version is how every board should be designed these days. Classic camber with softer flex & scoop tips enables you to get the best of all worlds. Buttering, pressing, tons of pop and no washed out top speed turns / landings..... this board is perf. I am 6'0", 180 lbs. and I picked up the 159. Paired it with the Cartels and I could not be happier. Also, check out Mark McMorris & Max Parrot putting this board to the test in the Olympics. $420 too!

4 5

Fun Park Board

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This snowboard is a lot of fun to hot lap the park on. It has a pretty soft flex, perfect for rails and jibbing, but a little bit soft for big jumps. I am 5'9 165 and ride the 155, it fits perfect.

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Mark McMorris apparently doesn't think this board is too soft for big jumps!