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Voile SuperCharger Ski - Men's Voile SuperCharger Ski - Men's
A supercharged ski season consists of traveling between hemispheres in search of the best backcountry turns, which means you'd have to take whatever condition you get as soon as your flight lands. Lucky for you, the Voile Men's SuperCharger Ski is versatile enough to handle windblown peaks in Bariloche and blower pow in the Wasatch.The SuperCharger's versatile 106mm waist and rockered tip and tail may lead you to assume that this ski is a solid powderhound (which it is), but camber underfoot makes sure it holds an edge on firmer snow. Voile built the SuperCharger with a lightweight aspen wood core that's been capped for a lightweight feel. Then, Voile added carbon and triaxial layers to ensure a stiffer feel and the torsional rigidity required to charge down just about any line.
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Voile V8 Ski Voile V8 Ski
Imagine if your pickup got 40mpg, drove like a sports car, and cost as much as a hatchback. That's basically what the Voile V8 Ski does, except, you know, it's a ski and not a car. It's a fat, powder-loving touring ski, with a waist that's well over 100mm, a wide tip, and a tapered tail that help you float over deep snow like you're not even trying. It has traditional camber underfoot to provide plenty of edge grip when you hit icy patches or spend a day crushing the resort, but a rockered tip that planes over soft snow effortlessly, working with the narrower tail to let you surf and slash your way down the mountain. The V8 has a pretty tight turning radius for such a large ski, so it's easy to handle when you're navigating through tight trees and down tight chutes without giving up the stability that a large-platform ski offers at speed. It's surprisingly light, too--just eight pounds per pair in the 186--so your legs won't hate you if you need to haul it up a long approach. Voile's lively aspen core has been laminated with carbon and fiberglass to stay light and stiff, so you can push the V8's speed limit on the skin track and the descent without getting scared, but it isn't like skiing one of those "touring" skis with a sheet of metal in it. Voile's still a backcountry company through and through, so just because the V8 can charge doesn't mean it can't handle its own on the skin track, too.
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Voile WSG Ski - Women's Voile WSG Ski - Women's
Made for girls who don't feel at home unless they're melting snow on the way up the skinner, the Voile WSG Ski (that's Wasatch Speed Girl, if you were wondering) is a lightweight, American-made skimo plank for competitors and serious recreationalists alike. It's built with the same construction as the men's WSP--traditional camber, a paulownia wood core, and a tip rocker taken right from Voile's Vector. The WSG also boasts carbon-fiber and fiberglass laminates to keep things stiff, light, and speedy. The flat tail gives you plenty of skin-friendly surface area and keeps you in control on the descent, while the notched tip makes it easy to attach your skins of choice. Voile's all about simple, solid, and lightweight design, and the brand-spanking-new WSG is the latest vert-hungry winner.
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Voile X7 Ski Voile X7 Ski
Every ski Voile makes is light, but some are lighter than others--weird, right' The X7 Ski is essentially an X9 that's cut out the pizza and ice cream, so its waist is a little narrower, its weight is a little lower, and its edges are little bit more accessible, making it a killer choice for everyday touring in deep snowpack areas or a great soft-snow ski in spots that tend to be a little drier. It'd be a stretch to say the X7 is new school, but it does have the rocker-camber-rocker profile that's so popular in do-it-all skis these days. Voile calls it Hybrid Rocker, and it has enough rise in the tip to float through serious powder and give you a smooth ride through rough snow, enough camber underfoot to edge easily through wind- and sun-affected snow, and enough rise in the tail to let you pivot on a dime, throw big sideways slashes, and snake your way through tight trees like they're not even there. The tip and tail have some gradual taper for a smooth, consistent feel that won't hook up and send you flying, and the aspen core provides a lightweight, springy platform that's meant to come alive when the snow gets soft. The X7's not a shrinking violet of a ski, though; it can handle itself when speeds are high and conditions less than perfect, thanks to a combination of carbon fiberglass and triaxial fiberglass laminates, which help keep it stable and torsion-free, respectively. Together, this means you'll enjoy a predictable feel in variable snow, and won't have to check your speed jones at the door just because you're on a touring ski.
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Voile X9 Ski Voile X9 Ski
Voile is one of the primary denizens of the lightweight touring niche, so it's probably not the first name that comes to mind when you hear, "backcountry freeride ski," but that's a pretty apt description of the new X9 Ski. With more sidecut, a larger rocker, and less taper than the classic V8, the X9 can slay the deepest blower, turn on a dime and give you nine cents change, stomp cliffs, and even handle a little switch riding if you're feeling extra progressive. While the X9 is perhaps the most freeride-oriented ski in Voile's lineup, it's not a floppy new-school jib noodle. It does have the rocker-camber-rocker profile that's become so popular--Voile calls it Hybrid Rocker--and enough rise in the tip to float through serious powder and give you a smooth ride through rough snow, but there's a load of camber underfoot, too. With it, you can edge easily through wind- and sun-affected snow, and use the generous rise in the tail to pivot on a dime, throw big sideways slashes, and snake your way through tight trees like they're not even there. The tip and tail have less taper than in the X9, so you can turn tightly despite the increased girth,and the aspen core provides a lightweight, springy platform that's meant to come alive when the snow gets soft. The X9's not a low-speed turning machine, though; it can handle itself when speeds are high and conditions less than perfect, thanks to a combination of carbon fiberglass and triaxial fiberglass laminates, which help keep it stable and torsion-free, respectively. Together, this means you'll enjoy a predictable feel in variable snow, and won't have to check your speed jones at the door just because you're on a ski that can ride switch, handle backcountry booters, and send cliffs without losing control of its bladder.
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