Designed to dominate any freestyle feature in its path, the Burton Process Flying V Wide Snowboard is your ticket to fly across the park, pipe, and mountain's natural hits. This lightweight and lively freestyle board features a balanced twin shape for dialing in your switch repertoire in the park, with the reference stance set-back slightly for improved stability and float. This particular version is wider for bigger riders desiring a stable freestyle platform with extra landing gear. Offering up a more playful vibe, the Flying V profile has a more forgiving and catch-free feel than the traditional camber version. Flying V features substantial rocker between the bindings, then transitions to camber under the binding zones. After the bindings, the tip and tail feature a bit of early-rise/rocker. For experienced pilots, its looser persona equates to easier presses and butters and improved float in deep, fluffy powder. Maintaining low weight and a snappy feel underfoot, the Super Fly II 700G core delivers the pop and strength required for sending jumps in the park and taking the board across the entire mountain. Squeezebox core profiling thins out the board in strategic areas for easier board control and greater torsional response. Triax fiberglass keeps it torsionally stable when you're tracking into freestyle features and riding at higher speeds.
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