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Salomon mans board v burton process v

Christmas money is burning a hole in my pocket, therefore demo'd these boards recently and was wondering if anyone owned or had used these boards burton process v and also the salomon mans board I loved both to be fair and it's making that choice.
I ride mostly as fast as I can carving where I can but venture into park also, jumps/lips is also on the menu. The salomon felt sturdier at speed aswell as having pop but the burton felt so fun but at times out of control for me at speed!

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Well you pretty much covered the differences. Compromise and get a Custom FV or camber Process.

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Mountain more than park board that is more stable.
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Well have decided on a 2014 mans board, arrives in time for my kitzbuhel trip, still uns
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Undecided on bindings but feeling blue burton EST missions
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Undecided on bindings but feeling blue burton EST missions
Please don't buy these.
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Undecided on bindings but feeling blue burton EST missions
If you got the Man's board, EST bindings won't work. For normal boards you will need Burton Reflex (any model), or another brand altogether.

I have Missions on a rocker/camber/rocker board and it is awesome. More or less as you said: pretty great (control and response) for going fast in any conditions, plus lots of pop.

Rocker between feet makes it feel floatier/more playful but not as much in control, unless you have other tech.

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solid choice on the mans board. I've got the 2013 and its really fun for charging and jumps. Stiff in the tip and tail for good pop, but softer between the bindings so it still has some play to it.
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Please don't buy these.
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If you got the Man's board, EST bindings won't work. For normal boards you will need Burton Reflex (any model), or another brand altogether.

Please explain?
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