Burton Process Snowboard

Burton Process Snowboard
Burton Process Snowboard
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Process Snowboard by Burton
Take to the skies and come back to earth with confidence on the Burton Process Snowboard. This true twin board excels when ridden hard and fast in the park and on groomers. The PurePop camber profile gives you all the pop, energy transfer, and edge control you expect from traditional camber with some added forgiveness thanks to short rocker sections and flat underfoot zones so that you can learn new tricks with less consequential edge catches. Working with the twin shape and PurePop Camber profile, a medium soft flex provides the stability needed on big jumps and at high speeds while still being easily manipulated for turn initiation and tech rail tricks. Under the hood the durable Super Fly II core is sandwiched by Triax fiberglass for a durable and responsive feel mixed with exceptional torsional rigidity that you can trust when you are setting an edge on jump take offs.

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SKU: BUR02IN
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