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Burton Process Snowboard

Burton Process Snowboard
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Description: Burton Process Snowboard

Top quality performance needs a board that can be trusted, and with the Burton Process Snowboard 155 for men, you will shred harder than ever before. Promising satisfaction, this durable board will fly through the park or off the backside kickers with ease and grace. Featuring camber that offers precision with every turn, you will stay in control at all times. The Super fly II Core offers a lightweight deck, while the Squeezebox helps you pop and and snap with ease and feel stable at all times. With a twin tip shape, flip into switch quickly and easily for all around stylish riding.

Key Features of the Burton Process Snowboard:
  • Bend: Camber
  • Shape: Twin
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
  • Fiberglass: Triax
  • Base: Sintered
  • Features: The Channel, Scoop, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip and Infinite Ride. Diecut base color combinations may vary
  • Winner of TransWorld SNOWboarding's 2014 Good Wood Award
  • Artist: Dave Waldron [davewaldronphoto.com]
Dimensions
Length (cm) 152 155 157 159 162
Effective Edge (cm) 116.5 119.5 121.5 123.5 126.5
Tip Width (cm) 29.01 29.32 29.49 29.86 30.18
Tail Width (cm) 29.01 29.32 29.49 29.86 30.18
Waist Width (cm) 24.9 25.1 25.2 25.5 25.7
Sidecut (m) 7.7 7.9 8.1 8.2 8.4

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.

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Bought this board after spending one day on a mountain. I took a 2 hour private lesson then made 2 full runs on an easy slope and I was hooked. Conducted a ton of research and landed on this board. Technically you could consider me a beginner but my first time out with this board (my second time snowboarding at all) I was cruising down the mountain without a single fall. Very easy to control, great feel. Perfect for beginners but good enough for more advanced riders as well. I think I'll have this board for a long time!
January 27, 2015
Annapolis, MD, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
1 year ago
Ability:
Intermediate

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i'm 5'9 and around 180. Would this be a good beginner board for me? Also What size would you recommend?
Devyn L on Nov 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Devyn,
Officially this is listed by Burton as more of an intermediate snowboard.. focused on the pipe and park. Will you spend most of your time in the park? This may not be the best choice for you. I would look at some all-mountain boards listed as beginner to intermediate. Depending on the board and your preference... start looking between a 157cm and 165cm length.
Start Here: http://www.the-house.com/snbd-all-mountain-snowboards.html
What type of bindings would you suggest for this board?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends on how much you want to spend , but this board only works with Burton Channel bindings, I have pretty standard channel bindings and they will do me just fine, it's preferable so stick with what you like
Hi. I'm looking for a board that's flexible enough to try butters but that will also shred the powder between trees. Would this board work good for that?
Cody B on Sep 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Ya this board is pretty flexy. I have the traditional camber so it works good in the trees and powder as well as being able to do all of the butters I ask of it. If you want to do more butters than trees and stuff like that look at the flying v shape or whatever it is called.
Will you ever get this board in blue but in smaller sizes besides 159cm?
A shopper on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
Unfortunately no. The color of this board is tied to the size.
Would this board work with 11 and half boots for mainly groomed slopes and park?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wear a size ten boot, I have never had any toe or heel drag, I weigh 190 and am 5'10", and ride a 157, I recommend a larger board like a 159 or 160 for your larger shoe size,
I'm 5'8 and 170 lbs and looking for all mountain board. I probably go to the terrain park a few times but mostly will be just shredding the mountain. is this board good for all this?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This board is good for this, I would recommend getting slightly bigger than 155 because since you want to shred more than park, it'll be less sensitive (good for shredding) one size up. Enjoy!
Im looking for a new board after I grew out of my Burton Hero. Im between this board and the Custom X. What are some of the pros and Cons between these two boards? I mainly like to hit up the park and also cruise down the runs, I guess im sort of a freestyle rider.
elloyd on Sep 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ethan,

The Process and the Custom X are both great cambered boards that preform well in all conditions.

-Cons-

Process: Stance will need to be set back if ridden in deep powder because of the twin shape and centered stance.

Custom X: Too stiff for jibbing.

-Pros-

Process: On of the best all mountain freestyle boards around and is very versatile.

Custom X: Stable at lightening fast speeds and has huge pop.

Overall, the Burton Process Snowboard might be the best board for you, it's perfect for anyone who makes the whole mountain their park.
Are these wide boards?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, not technically a wide board but can accommodate a large binding. I wear a 10 1/2 boot and use a medium binding on my board and the fit is perfect.
I'm 5'10 and around 150 pounds. I have Large Burton Freestyle Bindings and a size 11 boot. Would this board work with what I have?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello! We normally suggest that people with size 11 boots find a board with a waist width around 25.8cm. This 157cm Process has a waist width of 25.2cm. So you can see that it's a close match. There might be some overhang. You can always adjust the angle of you bindings on your board to help with size however. Everything else puts you fitting pretty well on the 157cm!
I'm 5'8 and weigh 136 pounds. I like snowboarding all mountain. Which size would be better? 152 or 155?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi!
Burton suggests either the 152cm or 155cm lengths would work for you. Honestly... I think the 152 is going to be the optimal choice.
I am 5' 6'' and 110 pounds, i like to bomb groomers but also like to ride boxes rails and some jumps in the park, i want a board i can grow into and have for a long time since im only 15, would this board 152 be for me? (intermediate skill)
Cam S on Aug 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 152 is going to be too big at your current weight. I'd suggest something in the 146-148 range.
I'm 5'4 at 155lbs, my boot size is 9.5. would the 155cm be to big for me?
Maverick E on Jul 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Day!
Burton suggests that you could make any board 152-157 lengths work of the Process. Going by your weight and boot size... the 155cm length is the optimal choice. Take into consideration your own boarding style and where you will be boarding primarily. Carry on!
Is there a wide version of the burton process 155cm? If the answer is yes, can I buy it on your website?
A shopper on Jun 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Burton does not have a wide version of this board available, however this board is considered a mid-wide and is slightly wider than traditional boards. I would recommend this for shoe sizes 10-12.
I was curious what the difference was between this board and the Burton Custom? Also my boot size is 11 1/2 would my feet fit?
NicholasF on Mar 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Nic,

The Burton Process Snowboard and the Burton Custom Snowboard are both great choices. The boards are pretty similar but have differences listed HERE: The Process has a Twin Shape, Triax Fiberglass, and Scoop on the Nose and Tail | The Custom has a Directional Shape an 45 Degree Carbon Highlights Fiberglass.

If you only do park riding get the Process, but if you do all mountain freestyle get the Custom.

With a size 11.5 boot get the wide versions.
I'm 5'7 and 185 pounds, boot size 9. What size board would be about right? I was looking at purchasing the 155cm but wanna be totally sure on the size. Thank you for your help.
A shopper on Feb 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For someone 185 pounds you should be on the 159 or 162.
I ride groomers but mostly park, my favorite thing to do is jib. Would i be better off buying the process or the custom? I'm totally stuck between the 2.
A shopper on Dec 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Both are really great boards but the Burton Process Snowboard might be a little better for you. The Process has a softer feel rating and has a twin shape and twin flex which is great for jibbing.