Burton Process Flying V 2017 Snowboard Review

The go to board for Mark McMorris the Burton Process Flying V snowboard has a mellow flex that’s fine-tuned for park laps, but also works well for beginners starting out and learning the rope of turning edge to edge. Reverse camber in the center of the board provides maneuverability through the park and effortless float in powder. Camber under the bindings adds pop and stability while Frostbite edges create more contact points along your edge, allowing you to carve harder and faster.