Canadian medal-plunderer Mark McMorris favours the Burton Process, which should give you some idea of what it’s designed to do. Of course, you don’t have to be a triple-corker to enjoy it, and it’s actually far less of a high-end precision tool than its famous patron might suggest.
It’s got a classic camber profile, meaning that you’ll have no problem setting up for an icy booter – especially with the edges that protrude out from under the bindings for extra grip – and a medium flex that’s stable without limiting how much you can play around on it. Pressing on boxes is made especially easy thanks to the wide nose and tail, a which also come in handy in the powder.
As with the Custom, the Burton Process has now spawned a few variants based on the popularity of the original. There’s a hybrid camber version for those who prefer a looser feel (watch the video for more on that), and an asymmetrical one too.
All are twin-shaped freestyle weapons, though; if that’s what you’re after, and you prefer the control and pop that you only get with classic camber, then the original Process ticks all the boxes.