Burton Kilroy Process 2018
The 2018 Burton Kilroy Process is a classic park board with a fun shape designed to thrive on all terrain. The Process is at home in the park, and as the board of choice for pro rider Mark Mcmorris, you'd expect it to be able to handle absolutely everything the park can feature, from fun little rails to quad corks and everything else. Don't think it's just a park board though, as the Process takes on almost everything with ease, staying powerful and stable through hard turns and sidehits all over the mountain. Trust the Process, it won't let you down. This special Kilroy edition takes the standard Process and makes some minor tweaks to make it easier to ride and progress on, while still offering the performance you'd expect. With a super unique cutout shape and Kilroy graphic, this is one board that will definitely stand out on the hill, and because it's super limited, there's a pretty slim chance anyone else will have one.
Camber Type: Traditional camber
The original, tried and true camber type, and the advocate of powerful turns and poppy precision. Traditional camber is the most aggressive camber type, offering unmatched power, response, and edge control.
Flex: 4.5/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)
Twin Flex - This board is constructed the same at both ends to give a smooth ride while riding regular or switch.
Ride it forwards, backwards, or upside down, this board is constructed exactly the same tip to tail for an identical ride when going switch or regular.
FSC Certified Super fly 800G - Light and loaded with Pop, this core uses dual-species wood in dual density vertical laminations to reduce weight and stay strong.
Dualzone EGD - The wood grain of the core is position along the heel and toe edge on two unbroken zones, perpendicular to the rest of the core. This gives consistent edge hold and strength.
Squeezebox Low - A thicker and more powerful core section with thinner and more flexible sections in the tip and tail. This enhances energy transfer and makes the board snappier and more stable. The Low version of Squeezebox has an overall easier feel, with stiffer zones just outside your feet and a softer, smoother flex inside the bindings for more control and less effort.
Sintered bases are durable, porous, and have superior wax absorption capabilities for enhanced glide.
Infinite Ride - Burton overbuild some of their boards and then a machine breaks it in for you! This makes the board ride the same from day 1 till day 100.
Pro Tip - A thinner tip and tail means reduced weight and swing when in the air. helping you to send it!
Boards Lengths: 154cm, 158cm
Stance Set Back: 10mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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