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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-06-2013, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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Burton Process vs Custom???...camber

I'm looking to buy my first camber board. I've boarded with Burton Rockers, which I like, but have trouble with sliding out on packed snow. I've been eyeing the 2014 custom and the process. I mainly stick to groomers, and trees....any help will do. Thanks
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I haven't ridden either 2014 versions but have ridden 2013.

Process was a little softer, better for butters and so on. I think of the process also as more of a value board, while the custom tends to have a little more tech in it and a higher price as a result. Both good choices for all around use. If you're a little more on the charge ahead go fast carving side go custom, if you like to play around a bit more go with the process. If you're really hungry for edge hold consider Custom X.

Look for a burton demo tent, they pretty much always have those boards and then you could compare.
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Haven't ridden one but just in store I noticed that the 2014 Custom feels noticable stiffer than last years. Perhaps its because of them changing the carbon highlights to 45 degrees rather than 60
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Thanks for the feedback. I ordered the process because it's more affordable. I think there both good boards. I'll let you know how it does
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If you can find a speakeasy. It is a lot of bang for your buck for $499.99..
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