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Soft flex without that wet noodle feeling.
Pick up the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard for an easy-flexing stick that's ideal for progressing your freestyle skills both in and out of the park. Although it's primarily designed for effortless jibbing and jumping, this deck actually floats quite well through untracked powder, thanks to its rocker-dominant Flying V profile and 0.5-inch set-back. This rocker/camber profile places rocker between the feet for catch-free carving and jibbing. Under the bindings, you'll find subtle camber zones with Frostbite edges for increased grip and drive when you're carving down the mountain. The board then rockers back up towards the tip and tail for an easy-going feel that's extremely playful when you're messing around on side hits and boosting off natural rollers.
Looking inside this freestyle-specific board, you'll find Burton's Super Fly II core with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox profiling. This snappy, strong wood core is thinner under the binding zones for improved boardfeel and easier turn initiation. Triax fiberglass lay-up provides the torsional response and rigidity needed to stomp heavy landings without washing out. Add in a wax-thirsty, fast-gliding sintered base for a deck that's ready to boost off kickers, gap onto rails, and eagerly play around the entire mountain.
- Flying V profile(hybrid rocker)
- Twin shape
- Soft-medium flex
- Super Fly II 700g core with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
- Frostbite edges
- Triax fiberglass
- The Channel mounting system
- Sintered base
- Item #BUR011E
- Q & A
I recently returned to snowboarding after a decade long hiatus, but quickly discovered that rental boards weren't going to cut it. I did my research, went with the Process Flying V and couldn't be happier. This board carves well, handles fresh powder, is capable in the terrain park, and is easy to stomp landings with. I definitely recommend this board for an intermediate rider looking to progress to the next level
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