Playful with plenty of pop: the Burton Process
For riders like Mark McMorris, the Burton Process is the first choice. The board scores with low weight, maximum pop and playfulness. The whole mountain is one big playground, and with the Process, you can use it to the maximum. Small hits, butters and then a pow line, the Process does it all. Slightly softer than the Burton Custom, the Process is your freestyle all-mountain board of choice with a forgiving and responsive PurePop camber. With the Process, you not only have a real weapon under your feet but the production was also designed to be as sustainable as possible.
The Process is perfect for the advanced rider looking for a freestyle-oriented all-mountain board.
The twin shape is perfectly symmetrical for a balanced ride that's equally versatile when ridden forward or switch. Pro-Tip zones on the tip and tail provide less swing weight, making the board easier to manoeuvre.
An evolution of classic camber, the PurePop Camber profile features refined flat zones in the foot area to increase pop and enhance playfulness in snap and response to the camber. Early Rise sections in tip and tail turn and float easily without catching the edge.
The Twin Flex is perfectly symmetrical from tip to tail for versatility whether riding forward or switch.
The Super Fly II™ 700 G Core with lighter wood on special zones of the core offers pop and stability as well as a reduced weight. In the Dualzone EGD design, the wood grain is positioned along the toe and heel edge on two continuous zones that run perpendicular to the rest of the core for consistent edge grip and durability.
The sintered base is robust and highly porous for added durability and exceptional wax absorption for improved glide.
The Channel® gives you ultimate control over your stance in a design that is compatible with all popular bindings - not just Burton. With Infinite Ride technology, maximum pop and strength are generated by 'over-constructing' the board and then mechanically 'breaking it in'. With Infinite Ride, the board retains its flex, pop, and board feel from day one to the last, one season at a time. Long before the hype of ridged edges came Burton's Frostbite edges, which sit just below your binding and score with incredible edge hold in hard, icy conditions.
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Snowboards are usually delivered ready-to-ride with a waxed base and sharpened edges. However, this so-called factory-tuning is not very durable and your new snowboard should be properly waxed after a few days and maintained on a regular basis.
Ideal for freestyle: great pop and easy landings
Symmetrical shape for freestyle and switch riding
- Article number: 709606
Extruded: low maintenance and extremely durable, ideal for jibbers and weekend shredders
Sintered: hard and fast, but a little higher maintenance, the best choice for powder
Premium: highest quality and speed with carbon/graphite additives
- Compatibility: The Channel®
- Riding Style: All Mountain
- Stiffness: 5
- Flex: Medium
- Pro Rider: Mark McMorris
- Gender: Men
- PurePop Camber
- Twin shape
- Twin flex
- Super Fly II 700 g core with Dualzone EGD
- Triax fibreglass
- Sintered base
- The Channel®
- Triax™ fibreglass
- Frostbite edges
- Infinite Ride™ for endless pop and snap
- Super Sap® Epoxy
Burton is one of the longest standing pillars of snowboarding and they have been innovating and changing the way people enjoy the outdoors for over 40 years. Their main goal is to give you the best possible experience on and off the mountain, any day of the year. Their go-getter attitude is contagious and we hope they ignite your spark to do things you never thought possible.