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Burton Process Flying V Snowboard

Burton Process Flying V Snowboard
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Description: Burton Process Flying V Snowboard

Get the freestyle performance that pro riders strap on when they head for the park with responsive pop of the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard for men under your feet. With a twin tip centered stance setup, this board has an even swing weight to help you stay balanced in the air and carves smooth consistent arcs both regular and switch on the modified sidecut and Frostbite Edges. Featuring a lightweight Super Fly II core and a hybrid Flying V camber profile that delivers individual camber under each foot into an overall rocker design, the Process Snowboard holds strong in high speeds with powerful pop and floats on top of deep powder.

Key Features of the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard:
  • Bend: Flying V
  • 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 []
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.

Process Flying V

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Great board, very light weight. Definitely recommend for all types of riders.
December 15, 2014
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If I am about 6 feet tall and weigh 155 which size in this board would be best for me? I am thinking 159 because I wear size 11 boots and large bindings.
Jacob F on Nov 9, 2014

You are right on with the Burton Process Flying V snowboard 159cm.
I'm currently 5'7 and around 185 pounds athletic build, was looking at the 155cm board. Would that be a suitable size?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You could most definitely ride and rip the 155cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard!
I have size 11 Burton boots and large Burton bindings.. Are they too big for this board?
VP on Oct 14, 2014

Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology. This will be close.

Just wondering what the difference is between this and the Burton Process Flying V Blem Snowboard 2015?
J-Breeze on Aug 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I assume you mean the custom blem... Vs the process. The difference is custom blem is meant for more powder and the process is a good "in-between" for someone who wants to go to ski hills and more.

i am 5'8 150 pounds and wear a size 10.5 boot. what would be the best size to get in this board? i was looking at the 152 and wasn't sure.
Frank N on Sep 2, 2015

You fit best within the weight range of the 155cm and 157cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard sizes. If you do more park get the 55, but if you do more freeriding get the 57.
What size should I get I am 5 foot 10 230 pounds and size 12 boots? Thanks
A shopper on Mar 2, 2015
For strength and stability... Burton suggests the 162cm length is the best option for you.
I want to order the 52 cm board, but i want to know if the picture is accurate? I want my 52 cm board to have those red letters with the grey background like in the picture
R O on Nov 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Please note that the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard comes in size specific color ways. The 52, 57 and 62 all have the red letter base.
What bindings are compatible to this board?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: i have the flow five se bindings and had to buy the adapter piece from flow to work with the burton rail system, i think every manufacturer makes one since the burton system has been around for a while. Not exactly sure but since i bought the board and actually seen how it works, sort of seems that it would be compatible with virtually every binding long as you can bolt two in a straight line with the rails, you should be able to fix most all bindings to it.
I'm 5'10, weigh 145 pounds, and have 10.5 size feet. Do what size do you recommend?
Alec O on Oct 6, 2015
Burton suggests you could ride any of the Process Flying V boards between 152 and 159 lengths. A LOT will depend on your own style and skill level. I would most likely choose the 155cm length in your case. A 10.5 boot will work just fine on a regular width board.
I am 6' 2" and about 145 pounds and a size 10.5 boot. What size would I need in a snowboard?
Rob Davis on Jul 1, 2015
There is obviously some personal choice here coupled with your riding style. Burton suggests that you could technically make anything from a 155 to 159 work. In the end I agree with Christopher's answer.... the 157cm will be ideal for you in most situations.
I have size 10 1/2 boot and M/L burton bindings. Would the 152 centimeter board work?
Matt C on Feb 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: With the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard, the 152 has a waist of 24.9, so it is perfect with an 11, so like Tim says- all good!
it says for entry level but on the other burton process flying v blem it doesn't say entry level is this entry lv board?
JOHNnn on Nov 17, 2015
Sorry to confuse you. The Process boards (including the Flying V) are excellent all around boards. Really anyone from a beginner to advanced rider can enjoy riding these boards. I will clarify this info.
I am 6'0 and 230 lbs. I had a 4 year old button custom Flying V 163 that I loved. I'm wondering if I should go with the 163 or the 168W this time. I only wear a size 10.5 boot, so not sure how I'll like the wide board. I did feel like I could use a little more size and could easily whip my 163 around though. Thoughts?
Matt P on Nov 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's mostly about your preference, it's recommended to go to a W board when ur a size 11 but you being a 10 and a half and being a pretty big kid it could go either way. I suggest you ask a friend that has a wide board to take it for a ride and see if you like it. The wide boards however are not as easy to whip around
Im intested in this board for my boyfriend for xmas. I just need help figuring out the size. He is 5'9" and about 185lbs. Althetic and I would say above an intermediate level rider. What would u suggest?
Candace H on Oct 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm about 6'1" and 180lbs and I ride the 159cm board. I would recommend the 159cm cause there's not much of a difference between the boards. But going just by weight and height you would be ok from the 157 to 162.
I'm 5'11" and weigh 185. I am currently riding a 160cm board. I wear 11 size boots, do I need to purchase the 159 wide board?
Tyler D on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's usually suggested that anyone with size 11 boots rides with a waist width of 25.8cm unless the boots feature shrinkage footprint reduction technology.

The regular width 159cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard has a waist width of 25.5cm, you'll be good to go on that width. No worries.
I have bought the 157 and am looking to accompany it with set of union contact pro's. Will these bindings be a good match???
Whitey on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Josh, I really like Union's bindings, and they are completely compatible to the Channel System. The Contact Pro bindings wil be a good match for the Process Flying V Board. Be aware that if your boot is 11.5 or larger (US size) you will want a Wide board... this will be too narrow.
I wear I size 12 boot and I am looking for a shorter board for park can I fit the 155?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you want to stay in the Burton line check out the Burton Nug Snowboard. The Nug is designed to be ridden 8-10cm shorter; because of elongated contact points and progressively wider waist widths.

Burton Nug (Flat Top Profile Shape):

Burton Nug Flying V (Flying V Profile Shape):
I'm about 6 ft 2 in and weigh about 175 lbs. Would a 157 be a good board to have?
Adam B on Dec 18, 2014
Burton suggests that you would be at the ceiling for the 157 length... though it would work. I think the 159 is a much better route, and these length are so close it will not be that large of a difference. P.S. going just be weight and height you would be ok from the 157 to 162.
i am 5'5'' would the 152 work for me or should i go for a smaller board?
robert c on Nov 16, 2014
You want to mostly use your weight to determine board length. The 152 is optimal for someone between 125 and 170 pounds. If that fits, then with your height the 152 would be grand.

Im an beginner/ Intermediate rider, 5"11 and 185LBS... will this be a good fit for me? if so what size should i go with? unfortunately i only see size 157cm and 162cm.
DaveSique on May 23, 2016

The Burton Process Flying V is a great board. The best size for you would be the 159cm, check it out HERE:
Im 5'11, 180lbs, size 11.5 boot, large bindings and i am an all mountain rider. I hit the park sometimes but am mostly hitting side jumps and doing tricks on groomers. Would this be a good board for me and what size should i get? I was thinking a 157 but I'm not sure if that would be too small for me. Also what type of bindings would go well with this board
Patrick S on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Patrick,

The 157cm Burton Process Flying V Snowbaord would be a great board for you, but with size 11.5 feet I'd suggest getting the wide version. Check it out HERE:

My favorite bindings for the type of riding you described would be the Burton Mission EST Bindings:
Hey im curios If this board is right for my size I am 5 11 and a half size shoes 12 and I weigh 147?
JOHNnn on Nov 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi John! We usually recommend that those with 11+ size boots go with a wide version of a board. For your size, I would look at boards around the 152-156cm range.
Do you guys have 159 Wide for this board? I wear size 13 and love the board just need it in wide.
Graham N on Nov 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Graham! We have the Process Flying V 159cm Wide in the 2016 model! Check it out here -
Hello, I'm 5'4" tall and i weight 127 pounds will the 152 be too big for me? This is my 2nd year snowboarding and this is the first board i'm planning to get.
Thank you.
Jhonny on Nov 5, 2015
Burton suggests that the 152 is going to be the best option for you in the Process line actually.
I am 6'1" and about 205 lbs with a size 10-10.5 boot. I have gone 4 times and can handle most blue squares and was able to tackle a moderate black diamond. All the different charts I look at give me a range of 157-162. What size should I go for?
Travis T on Oct 14, 2015

The 162cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard has a suggested weight range of 165-205 lbs where as the 157cm size has a weight range of 135-175lbs.

Although you fit outside of the 159cm weight range of 145-185lbs that would be the size I'd suggest for you with the factors of your skill, weight, and height combined. Get the 159cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard.
I am 5'11" and 140 pounds with a size 11 boot. I'm thinking that the 157 would be best what do you think?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 157cm length would be the best size for you. If your boot have shrinkage footprint reduction technology get the normal width version, but if your boots are big, bulky, and have a large footprint get the Burton Process Flying V Wide Snowboard HERE:
I have an older pair of flow bindings would I be able to get the channel disk for them for this board?
steve on Oct 8, 2015
I believe you can. First, check with Flow themselves... they do have converter plates. If you still are having trouble, I may be able to assist.
i am from greece and i want ask if u can sent it here to me.... The second question is what is the meaning of Sellout Risk: High/veryHigh??? and last the third question is which is better process of axiss or the flying v?
keran on Oct 1, 2015
We are happy to ship to Greece, however we cannot ship Burton's products internationally. Look here to see what we can ship internationally: The 'sell-out' risk is based on the quantity of items that remain. Not many.
I'm 5'8" 150 lbs and wear size 10 boots. Currently riding a Custom 156cm. Intermediate rider. Mostly ride runs, trees and small jumps. Looking to purchase a Process Flying V to "try" and do more tricks and have more fun on runs. Torn between a 152cm and 155cm. What would you suggest or is this the board for me?
Jeffrey T on Sep 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeffrey,
The Burton Process Flying V is a great board... you could certainly destroy the mountain with it! I chatted with one of our snowboard specialists and they thought for stability the 155 length is going to be the ideal option. Though there is some personal choice here.

I am 5'7" and 145 lbs , Should I Get a 155 or 152?
Sylvester L on Aug 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Sylvester,

You fit perfectly in the middle of the 155cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard's weight range. Get the 155cm.