This is a great snowboard for the freerider that can appreciate the versatility to truly explore the entire mountain. This is a board that is going to dominate groomers, slay steep and technical runs, actually float in powder, and still hold its ground in the terrain park.
The Burton Process snowboard is a great snowboard for the freestyle oriented rider looking for a do-it-all solution. This snowboard is going to stand up to big jumps and high impact scenarios while still feeling comfortable in situations where playfulness is valuable, such as jibbing.
You can see just from looking at the Burton Fish that this is a snowboard that is going to thrive in the powder. From the 30mm taper in the nose to the double swallowtail this board is built to float and slash on those deep days, but also has an aggressive sidecut that provides hard arcing turns when carving up groomers. This board is a great choice to get the most out of those deeper days.
The Custom Twin sets a pretty heavy standard for how an all mountain freestyle board should be expected to perform; this twinned out version of the time-tested Burton Custom provides loads of pop and stability, and is able to do pretty much anything you set your mind to from powder to the terrain park.
The Burton Flying V camber profile is pretty wild; you can see the board bend several times if you look down the side cut. It has a rocker shape overall and that can be felt in all aspects riding this board. It’s a pretty well rounded snowboard but it’s definitely a very loose and playful ride.