The team favorite that's perfect for we mortals too.
The Burton Process Flying V Snowboard has quickly become a team favorite for its forgiving flex and playful twin shape. For this year, the ride gets fine-tuned with Squeezebox, which works in conjunction with The Channel mounting system to provide smooth, even flex over the length of the board. It gets a laundry list of tech that makes it insanely capable everywhere, but where it really shines is in the park. Go ahead, get wild on it. Most of Burton's team does already.
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. Flying V puts rocker between your feet for a catch-free ride and deep snow float, and blends it with camber under the bindings for extra control. 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.