Burton Process Off-Axis Snowboard

Burton Process Off-Axis Snowboard
$499.95
Process Off-Axis Snowboard by Burton
Price subject to change | SKU: BUR020M

Burton Process Off-Axis Snowboard

Burton's long road of snowboard innovation, starting with simple wooden shapes that were created back before snowboards were even allowed at resorts, has culminated in the ultimate park machine--the Process Off-Axis Snowboard. Utilizing the considerable amount of technology available at Burton's disposal, this poppy and intuitive board is designed to boost big jumps and slay rails with equal prowess. One of the keys to the Process Off-Axis' freestyle dominance is the Off-Axis construction. It starts with an asymmetrical sidecut that's deeper on the heel side to make your heelside carves feel as confident and powerful as your toeside turns. Burton then took things a step further by incorporating an asymmetric flex and asymmetric grip-enhancing Frostbite edges in order to make riding this board feel as natural and instinctive as possible. The result is greater confidence and control, whether you're taking your talents to the halfpipe or just lapping groomers. PurePop Camber consists of camber from insert-to-insert, but just outside the feet are subtle flat zones leading into early-rise rocker, giving the board a smoother, less catchy feel that's suited to park riders who want ample pop, but don't want to be severely punished for the slightest under rotation. The Superfly II core uses lightweight woods that specifically target strategic areas to drop weight and increase pop and Squeezebox profiling makes the core thinner where you want flex, and thicker where you need strength, making it easier to press without compromising jump performance. Basically, it's the ultimate park slaying machine.

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