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Burton Process Snowboard

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Trickle-down tech doesn't get much better.

Loaded with features found on many higher-dollar boards in Burton's lineup, the Process Snowboard redefines 'value'. A traditional camber profile and Frostbite edges deliver high-speed control anywhere on the mountain, while the Scoop tips, twin-like shape, and mellow flex make park sessions and mini-shred laps more fun than ever.
  • Traditional camber delivers superior pop and edge control
  • Frostbite edges extend out half a millimeter from the binding zones for improved grip on firm or icy snow
  • Scoop tips pull the board's edges away from the base at the contact points for effortless butters
  • Pro-Tip construction thins out the board's core at the tip/tail to reduce swing weight and make spinning tricks easier
  • Sintered base absorbs tons of wax, which means it resists damage AND hauls ass
  • The Channel mounting system offers improved board feel and near-infinite stance options—compatible exclusively with Burton EST bindings
  • Item #BUR4462

Tech Specs

medium-soft (4 of 10 on Burton scale)
Stance Setback
0.5 in
Recommended Rider Weight
[152 cm] 115 - 165 lb, [155 cm] 125 - 175 lb, [157 cm] 130 - 180 lb, [159 cm] 145 - 195 lb, [162 cm] 150 - 200 lb
Effective Edge
[152 cm ] 1165 mm, [155 cm ] 1195 mm, [157 cm ] 1215 mm, [159 cm ] 1235 mm, [162 cm ] 1265 mm
Super Fly
Sidecut Radius
[152 cm ] 7.71 m, [155 cm ] 7.91 m, [157 cm ] 8.06 m, [159 cm ] 8.2 m, [162 cm ] 8.39 m
Waist Width
[152 cm ] 249 mm, [155 cm ] 251 mm, [157 cm ] 252 mm, [159 cm ] 255 mm, [162 cm ] 257 mm
directional twin
Recommended Use
Stance Width
[152-157 cm] 20.8 in, [159-162 cm] 22 in
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year, (channel) 2 years

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I'm 6'0" and roughyly 230lbs. Do mostly...

I'm 6'0" and roughyly 230lbs. Do mostly groomed runs, just started hitting mild stuff in the park and hit powder whenever I'm lucky enough to find it.

What length would you recommend??

Is it gonna be a real issue that I weigh...

Is it gonna be a real issue that I weigh 199 and riding a process flying v 157?

amigo. board size depends greatly on what conditions you ride and what you want out of the board. powder and backcountry riding means getting a longer board. hard pack and park riding=go shorter. rocker boards will also allow you to size down a few cms just because of their shape.
hope this helps