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Burton Process Flying V Blem Snowboard

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

From manicured park features to gigantic backcountry jumps, and every natural feature along the way, the Burton Process Flying V Blem Snowboard is ready to shred the entire mountain. The Flying V profile offers the best of both worlds. You get the pop and power of camber underneath your feet combined with rocker in the tip and tail for floating through powder or making lighting quick turns in the trees. Smooth Ride internal shock absorbers minimize vibration while Frostbite offers unmatched edge control through the sketchiest conditions. Give yourself an unforgettable freestyle experience with the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard.

Key Features of Burton Process Flying V Blem Snowboard :
  • This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performance
  • Bend: Flying V
  • Shape: Twin Shape
  • Flex: Twin Flex
  • Core: New Super Fly II Core, Dualzone EGD
  • Base: Sintered Base
  • Fiberglass: Triax Fiberglass
  • Sidewalls: Frostbite Edges
  • Design_Features: Squeezebox, The Channel, Scoop, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride
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.

Process Flying V Blem


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floats in deep pow
Why fight technology when flying v gives you everything in a traditional camber board and more. I purchased the 152 which is very stable at high speeds rails an edge on ice and floats in deep pow. The flying v profile initiates a toe/heel side turn without hesitation and effort. I recommend this board to anyone looking to also improve switch riding with the twin shape. There is no resistance like on most directional twin boards.
March 15, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Love it
Floats good in powder,very playful and forgiving board.
Not good on hard pack or ice
November 24, 2015
Purchased
11 months ago
Burton Process
Incredible Snowboard! Absolutely love it. Love The House second board I've bought from them!
April 9, 2016
Purchased
9 months ago
Great board!
This is by far the best board I have ridden to date! I've been snowboarding for close to 32 years and have seen them come and go. This Burton process has everything your looking for. Solid stringers through the edges for holding long carving turns, crazy pop for fun in the parks, and rocker for the days you want to play on the jibs! Get one, you won't be disappointed!
December 27, 2015
Purchased
10 months ago

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I rode a 156 Custom Burton since 2001 until I upgrading to a 158 Burton Supermodel in 2011. The last few seasons I started riding a mountain with tighter turns, and I was finding it harder and harder to carve and to control such aggressive boards. I like what I've heard about flying V. This Process Flying V Blem 152 at $269.99 is a great deal. Hopefully this will help me to love snowboarding again and not get frustrated or tired from fighting with such aggressive boards. (Fingers crossed)
Chenowa on Dec 27, 2015
It is the one my son wants for his 19th birthday
Daniel W on Feb 10, 2015
I rode a 156 Custom Burton since 2001 until I upgrading to a 158 Burton Supermodel in 2011. The last few seasons I started riding a mountain with tighter turns, and I was finding it harder and harder to carve and to control such aggressive boards. I like what I've heard about flying V. This Process Flying V Blem 152 at $269.99 is a great deal. Hopefully this will help me to love snowboarding again and not get frustrated or tired from fighting with such aggressive boards. (Fingers crossed)
Chenowa on Dec 27, 2015
I wanted something a little more playful but responsive. The flying V hybrid design is definitely something that
will give you a little bit of everything you want in a board. Pop in your ollies, flex in your presses, and solid hold
in those big sweeping turns at high speeds. 2 thumbs up on this board!!
forrest m on Nov 27, 2015
It is the one my son wants for his 19th birthday
Daniel W on Feb 10, 2015
Have always had good luck with the quality and ride of Burton boards. Choose the process flying V over the Custom flying V since it seemed more flexy, maybe not as hardcore or demanding as the stiffer custom model, for the park, groomed runs, and a little powder when its available.
John R on Feb 10, 2015
I wanted something a little more playful but responsive. The flying V hybrid design is definitely something that
will give you a little bit of everything you want in a board. Pop in your ollies, flex in your presses, and solid hold
in those big sweeping turns at high speeds. 2 thumbs up on this board!!
forrest m on Nov 27, 2015
Have always had good luck with the quality and ride of Burton boards. Choose the process flying V over the Custom flying V since it seemed more flexy, maybe not as hardcore or demanding as the stiffer custom model, for the park, groomed runs, and a little powder when its available.
John R on Feb 10, 2015
Can I make the Burton reflex custom bindings in a size large with 11.5 Nike Vapens work with this board?
A shopper on Jul 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes that setup could work on the 159cm & 162cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboards.
What size boots and bindings do I need for this board?
A shopper on Dec 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The size of your feet will determine the size of your boots. The size of your boots will determine the size of your bindings. What size are your feet?
Trying to decide between the process flying V and the Process Camber. Ride a lot of groomed and starting to get into parks a little. Which is better? Thanks in advance
B.A C on Jan 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Process Camber will be much more responsive and poppy. Get the camber version HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9852btprc15zz-burton-snowboards.html
What is the blemish how bad is it??
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Question!

Blem (blemish) snowboards may have a minor cosmetic defect like an slightly off set graphic, colorway, or minor flaw in the topsheet. The blems do not alter the board performance, it performs exactly the same, but it's often times much cheaper!

Buying a blem board is a great way to say some money and ride the deck you want!

*All blem boards come with a full manufacturer warranty.
I am 145lbs 5'10" and this would be my first board will this work as a beginner board? I am currently looking at the 152cm.
A shopper on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey,
Our showroom peeps thought that the Camber profile of this Process Flying V will make this a little difficult to learn on. I like the idea of the Clash http://www.the-house.com/9860btclasb15zz-burton-snowboards.html as a board to explore the whole resort on. However they though the Nug would work well to.... although that is a little bit park oriented. http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=Nug
I'm 5.4 and 115lb you think the 152c is good size for me?
Lukasz P on Sep 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You fit a little out size of the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard's weight range of 125 - 165 lbs. You could however look into the 142cm Burton Process Smalls that has a weight range of 95-120 lbs. CHeck it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9830btprcsb16zz-burton-snowboards.html
someone has a picture of the blemish of this board?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't look like I can post a picture, but I just got mine and the only blemish I noticed was the color of the bottom of the board. It's a faded pink instead of the red which makes the Burton lettering in the bottom less readable and the colors look washed out. The top of the board was still nice and vibrant. I haven't gotten a chance to use it yet so I can't speak to ridability, but for me personally the blemishes will be on the snow most of the time so they really pose no issue to me. I hope that helps.
Just wondering what the difference is between this and the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard 2015?
J-Breeze on Aug 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Only difference is a slight visual blemish that will not prevent the board from performing. Example the design might look slightly off centered or different color.
I ride a 2012 Skunk Ape, which I love for charging down the steeps, pow in the back, launching off rollers etc. I am looking at adding a Burton to my quiver and was considering a Process FV. I am 200#, with 11 boot. My son who is 125 #'s will also ride this occasionally?
Dr Danger on Feb 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just bought a process Flying V blem several weeks ago and have been out three times. The board is quick, never catches an edge and makes fluid turns. The blem was a different color way on the bottom. I'm 205 so I bought the 162. I used to ride a 159 and the increased length fit my size 11 boots well. I combined the board with Flow rear entry bindings and I am strapped up in literally 2seconds. I will never go back to traditional bindings.
I wear a size 11 1/2 boot will this board be wide enough for me?
mitchell a on Jul 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'd say no. I wear a US 10 and I'd say I'm on the limit with my Nike boots (the Vans I had previously didn't take up as much room!). You might be better off with a wide board.
My husband is looking for a "true twin" does this board qualify?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this board is a true twin. One of the reasons I purchased it myself
What size of this board would you recommend for a beginner, 5'7", 170 lb, shoe size 10?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: regarding your weight, the recommended board size is the range between 153-159, and with size the range is between 150-155. with both of these in mind, i would recommend getting a size 154-155 for a more (mathematical)mean fit. I'm not sure what style of riding you like, weather its park, back mountain, or all around; but if its park you're looking for go for the 153-154, all mountain 154-155, back mountain/powder 155-156. hope this helps!
Is a size 12 boot too big for this board. Should I only consider wide boards?
Allen T on Sep 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Allen,
Good answers. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider. Almost always that will put you in a Wide Board.
looking for a binding that will work with this board that will do just about everything freestyle, free ride, and pow?
zach s on Mar 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think Cartels are Burton's best all rounder. Mine shred park and powder quite happily. I think McMorris rocks Malavitas with his Process. Can't argue with that?
If I have size 13 boots will I be able to ride the 159 or will there be too much over the board?
Graham N on Nov 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Graham,
You will definitely want to get a wide board. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider. Look here: http://www.the-house.com/9852btprcfvw16zz-burton-snowboards.html
Whats the difference between the 2015 burton process flying V blem and the 2015 burton process flying V?
Patrick S on Nov 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The "blem" means "blemish". So a blem product will have some cosmetic defect - I guess a fairly common occurrence in the production of snowboards, wakeboards, surboards, etc.

Reputable sellers will not sell a product that has any construction/structural defects or functional deficiencies under the "blem" description so a blem product won't perform any differently than a non-blem.

I purchase blem whenever I can and I've never received anything that was really cosmetically horrible. Maybe I'm lucky.

On this particular board, I was unable to find the blemish and I looked pretty hard.
I do some park , is the camber better than the flying V for me?
william c on May 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Do yourself a favor and invest in the flying v profile. In the long run the flying v profile will float better in powder still rail a strong edge on groomers and above all give you more forgiveness for park 101. As you progress the flying v profile will also increase your confidence as an all mountain rider.
I'm not sure whether to get this board or the Burton Name Dropper. Any suggestions?
Alexander T on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Ha funny that you pair these boards together as a girlfriend of mine has the name dropper and she loves it. Stable on the flats and solid landing on jumps with good speed. I own the process Flying V and find it playful and I never catch an edge when I'm flat on the board. Love the flexibility and response. Both are twin boards so switch is easy and the channel makes binding adjustments easy when the powder happens. I paired my Flying V with flow bindings and feel both offer a playful but responsive ride. Hope this helps
Hello I wanted to know what type of boards will suit me being a size 11 around the price range from 200-340?
Javier on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Just based on that information, I can tell you that you might want to look at wide/midwide boards. I can help more if you can tell me how much u weigh, what level rider you are, and what type of riding you like to do!
Hi I'm five foot five and I'm wondering if a 152 cm snowboard will be good for a couple seasons?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: How much do you weigh?
i have size 11 boot, would my feet fit good with bindings on a 152?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
That will actually be a little narrow even with your feet in a 'V'.
Will 2011 burton freestyle bindings fit this board?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi!
Good Question. Your 2011 Freestyle bindings, if they are Channel Compatible, will be different. You would need converters that you could get from Burton or our Warranty dept: 1 (800) 409-7669. This is a sweet board though... you might want to consider some newer Freestyles: http://www.the-house.com/bt1fre04bk16zz-burton-snowboard-bindings.html
I'm thinking about getting this board or the Burton Easy Livin. Both seem like great boards and I am stuck in the middle. What are the differences between the two? I'm 5'10 and 135 lb and I like to carve but I ride the park sometimes.
Samuel W on Nov 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Samuel. You're right, both are awesome. The Process Flying V is really well rounded. The Easy Livin is a little more stiff because of its triax fiberglass. I would say the Process might be the way to go for a more all-mountain based style of riding. Check out the 152cm (based on your size).
I currently have burton infidel size medium bindings with size 10 boots, would that combo work with the 152cm? Thanks!
Mitchell K on Nov 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mitchell,

Yes that combination would work perfectly with the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard.
Want to surprise my husband with this for his bday..not sure of sizing..he is 5'7 and 170 pounds. What would be the right size for him..also he hasn't snowboarded in years.Is 155/1557 correct or too big? Thanks!
Teresa on Nov 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Teresa,
It depends a little on his style and where he will be doing most of his riding. That said, Burton suggests that the 155cm length is going to be the optimal choice.
is this board for entry lvl rider because the process flying v blem says entry?
JOHNnn on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi John,

The board can be ridden by anyone from entry to advanced level. Burton Snowboard's pro team rider Mark McMorris rides the Process Flying V!
Im 5'9'' 165 lbs... would you recommend the 152 or 155?
tj_albee on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You fit best within the 155cm Burton Process Flying V Snowboard's weight range of 1135-175 lbs.
Do you guys have the Flying V process in 159 wide?
Graham N on Nov 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Grahm,
We do in the 2016 version. Look here: http://www.the-house.com/9852btprcfvw16zz-burton-snowboards.html
Is this board a true twin?
Jarett P on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jarett! The Process Flying V is indeed a true twin!
My son is 5'4" and about 130lbs. His dad and I want to purchase him his 2nd board which will be NEW this time. He started a couple years ago and we just purchased a used Burton board until we knew this was something he enjoyed. He loves it and is finally getting confident and wanting to start some small tricks this year. Knowing all this could you suggest a better board between the Flying V Blem or the Burton Clash and the correct size? Thanks for any suggestions.
Kim C on Nov 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kim! Great to hear that your son has found snowboarding. For a rider of your son's skill level I would recommend the Clash. It's great for getting into snowboarding and he'll be able to really progress with it. For his size I would go with a 151cm board. Good luck!