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Burton Process Flying V Snowboard 2016

Expand your freeriding skills with the Mark McMorris favorite, the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard. The Burton Process Flying V Snowboard is lightweight and built for performance. From the groomers to the backcountry, this board has the features to make you shine as an advanced to expert level rider. The Flying V Rocker profile offers the best of both the camber and rocker world. It's got the playfulness and float to give you an exceptional day in the powder as well as edge-control and power in the turns when you're carving up the frontside. The Super Fly Core II comprises of light yet strong woods for pop, durability, and float. Combine that with the Dualzone EGD for strength and a consistent edge-hold and Squeezebox for energy and stability and you'll find that you have it all with this Process Flying V. Finally, Frostbite Edges allow you to carve into the ice and hard snow like you were putting a steak knife into warm butter. Exaggerated tip and tail, called the Scoop, you'll have a looser, more forgiving feel when turning and a Pro-Tip ensures easier mobility by reducing the swing weight. Whether you journey to the powder filled backcountry or stay the day carving into the frontside, you'll be glad you're riding strong on the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard. [+]