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Buttery smooth from jib laps to waist-deep fresh.

The Burton Process V-Rocker Snowboard offers a forgiving, insanely fun ride for those who want to shred the entire mountain without spending their life savings. The twin reverse-camber shape will help you stomp more and catch your edge less, whether you're spinning off park jumps or launching pillow lines in the woods.
  • V-Rocker lifts your contact points off the snow for a catch-free ride that floats great in powder
  • Frostbite edges extend out slightly in the binding zones to increase edge grip on firm snow
  • Infinite Ride breaks in fiberglass at the factory for a dialed out-of-the-box flex that won't noodle out over time
  • Jumper Cables radiate from inserts to the tip/tail for extra ollie power
  • The Channel mounting system allows infinite stance options and easy on-hill adjustments

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4 5

Process Vrocker

I like this board alot its fun to ride and easy to press on, has a very buttery feel to it.. only thing is it feels too easy to ride with it compared to conventional camber boards. At high speeds it chatters alot also. All in all it's one of my fav boards in my collection.

I have seen this board other places and...

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I have seen this board other places and they often mention that this board is a mid-wide. Is there a mid-wide and a standard version available or does Burton only offer mid-wide? And how much different would a mid-wide be for a size 8.5 shoe, 140lb, 5'10" guy like me?

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As far as I know its just a regular mid wide, no alternatives (like the skate banana has narrow, mid wide, and wide). You could certainly ride a mid-wide no problem. The general theory is that the narrower the board the quicker it is from edge to edge for obvious reasons. That doesn't mean you can't ride a mid wide, but for the best edge to edge with your small foot you could easily go for a narrow board.

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Correct this board is only a mid-wide., you don't need a mid wide but you will be ok with this board. Size wise I would run a 152

what size would be better for me? 155 or...

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what size would be better for me? 155 or 157? 5'10 155 lbs size 9 boot

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I would say 155 for park/ Urban and 157 for all mountain, free ride, and powder....Hope that helped

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Run the 155 for everything. The v-rocker will make you think you are on a bigger board in powder, and then it will be small enough to kill the park as well.

Hey guys...I'm fairly new to boarding...I'm...

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Hey guys...I'm fairly new to boarding...I'm 5'10 155lbs size 9 boot...u think this board would be good to learn and progress with and what size would be good for me?? Thank for the helpp
-anthony

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I do think this board would be great to learn and progress on. The v-rocker is an easy ride and really catch free, it has a mid flex that will keep for at least 100 days. You will be stoked on this deck.

Hey there, I'm about 160lbs, 5'7", i've...

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Hey there, I'm about 160lbs, 5'7", i've been riding a 158 which i know is a little big for me. I was thinking about moving down to a 155. What do you guys think? Oh and my boot size is 10.5, would that be okay on this board?

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Yeah the 155 is a better choice of board size. It will be better for you for sure.

5 5

Shredable

I recently purchased the process V-Rocker and was a little worried as i hadnt ridden the board before and was only going off online recommendations. My first day on the board was unreal. It is everything i wanted, responsive, good pop, nice edge control. The board is a dream to ride and i would reccomend it to anyone out there. The Channel system for attaching the binding makes tuning an easy process and only takes a screwdriver. In only a few minutes your board can go from a powder basher to a hard packed shredder. if your thinking about getting the board just do it

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Hey man, question about the Channel system, i have a pair of burton custom bindings. Would i have trouble with attaching these?

i live in ny and ride greek and bristol...

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i live in ny and ride greek and bristol would this board be good for ny all mountain and some park??

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Yes it would. The Process is built based upon Jussi's board. He rides anything and everything. The board is fun and will handle anywhere you can take it.

Im trying to choose between the Burton...

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Im trying to choose between the Burton Flying V or the Burton Process V-Rocker. What is the better of the two or is there really no major difference except the price?

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Flying V has camber between the reverse camber sections... more of a hybrid. This tech rails turns nice and deep, but is still fun and playful giving you catch free confidence. Its slightly more aggressive then regular V-rocker. V-rocker has three places where it "v's" all reverse-camber-style but without the camber sections underfoot.

Make sense? Check the Picture!

Flying V has camber between the reverse camber sections... more of a hybrid.   This tech rails turns nice and deep, but is still fun and playful giving you catch free confidence.  Its slightly more aggressive then regular V-rocker. V-rocker has three places where it "v's" all reverse-camber-style but without the camber sections underfoot. <br/>  <br/> Make sense?  Check the Picture!
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Hey i was wondering if the Process V-Rocker...

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Hey i was wondering if the Process V-Rocker would work with a size large bindings?

Switch 5-0 Brighton, Utah

Switch 5-0 Brighton, Utah

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Jason Heckle Switch 5-0 on the 152 Burton Process

5 5

Process

I was able to ride this board for a good portion of the season last year and I have only good things to say about it. The Shape of the the Burton Process V-Rocker is something I really liked on this board, also the flex is on the soft side, but Burton kept it stiff where they needed too.(just behind the bindings) This allows you to pop a ollie and land big jumps even on this softer V-Rocker board.

With a twin shape it handles as well switch as it does regular, and it makes for a board that you just want to take out, and try new tricks on everyday. I would recommend this board to everyone, but if your looking for the board to ride some pow in the morning, and then take it to the park late in the day when the snow it tracked, this is it.

5 5

Process

I was able to ride this board for a good portion of the season last year and I have only good things to say about it. The Shape of the the Burton Process V-Rocker is something I really liked on this board, also the flex is on the soft side, but Burton kept it stiff where they needed too.(just behind the bindings) This allows you to pop a ollie and land big jumps even on this softer V-Rocker board.

With a twin shape it handles as well switch as it does regular, and it makes for a board that you just want to take out, and try new tricks on everyday. I would recommend this board to everyone, but if your looking for the board to ride some pow in the morning, and then take it to the park late in the day when the snow it tracked, this is it.

Switch 5-0 Brighton, Utah

Switch 5-0 Brighton, Utah

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Jason Heckle, Switch 5-0 on the Burton Process 152

5 5

Process V-Rocker

The Burton Process V-Rocker has been built around the riding demands of Jussi Oksanen. You are not as good as Jussi, but you should try to be. A good start is to get the Process V-Rocker.

New for 2010, the Process comes with triax glass, jumper cables, scoop, pro-tip and infinite ride.

The Jumper cables are carbon stringers in the glass that go from the end of the channel to the contact points on the tip and tail.

Scoop is turning up the edges on the tip and the tail for a looser more catch-free feel.

Pro-tip is thinning out the tip and the tail to reduce swing weight so you stop over rotating on all your spins and Infinite ride means the board will flex the same, day in and day out, from Day 1 to day 100.

The process is waiting for you.

5 5

Process V-Rocker

The Burton Process V-Rocker has been built around the riding demands of Jussi Oksanen. You are not as good as Jussi, but you should try to be. A good start is to get the Process V-Rocker.

New for 2010, the Process comes with triax glass, jumper cables, scoop, pro-tip and infinite ride.

The Jumper cables are carbon stringers in the glass that go from the end of the channel to the contact points on the tip and tail.

Scoop is turning up the edges on the tip and the tail for a looser more catch-free feel.

Pro-tip is thinning out the tip and the tail to reduce swing weight so you stop over rotating on all your spins and Infinite ride means the board will flex the same, day in and day out, from Day 1 to day 100.

The process is waiting for you.