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$649.95 $519.96 at Backcountry.com

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. Read More

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$624.95 $499.96 at Backcountry.com

Leave your skins at home and point it--up and down--with the Voile Charger BC Ski. With the same killer dimensions, sidecut profil...e, and camber profile as the regular Charger Ski, the Charger BC features a fishscale base pattern that lets you climb moderate and rolling terrain without skins, saving you time and weight when the day calls for low-key climbs or quick laps. You'll still want your mohair for longer, steeper ascents, but you can at least leave them in your pack for most of the day. Designed with a tip rocker, traditional camber underfoot, and slightly raised tail profile, the Charger BC floats through deep pow, busts through crud, and handles wet, manky snow like a boss, especially at speed. Thanks to its cap construction, lightweight aspen core, and carbon and fiberglass laminates, though, the Charger BC doesn't bog you down on long, epic backcountry tours or struggle when you get into tight spots. Its wide-radius sidecut gives you high-speed stability when you straightline out of a tight chute or scream down big-mountain lines, too, making it seriously unique--how many skis have a nordic-touring-style climbing pattern and can rip big lines with blinking? Read More

Voile
$158.95 $127.16 at Backcountry.com

Secure your backcountry-hungry boards to your tele boots with the Voile Hardwire 3-Pin Telemark Ski Bindings, and go break trail. ...The unique heel assembly locks to the heel plate so you can tour with only your toe attached to the Hardwire's durable aluminum 3-pin toe box. That means zero uphill resistance for quick strides up the skin track. Read More

Voile
$624.95 $499.96 at Backcountry.com

Forget wasting your time and energy waiting in lift lines, spending cash on a season's pass, or praying that you'll find a table d...uring lunch time--with the Voile Charger Ski, you'll either be too busy shredding to take a break, or you'll be using this light and aggressive ski to make short work of big, deep backcountry lines. The powerful Charger delivers a killer experience in almost all conditions with its rockered and tapered tip, traditional sidecut and camber underfoot, and slightly raised tapered tail: the underfoot sidecut lets you get a serious edge in on hard and wind-affected snow, while the tapered tip and tail give you the ability to slash and pivot in powder like it's your job. Designed with Voile's legendary lightweight construction, the Charger's aspen wood core is super-light, tough, and stable, while the its cap construction reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability. Carbon and fiberglass laminates stiffen things up and make the Charger a real, well, charger, and the waist is wide enough for deep pow and crud yet versatile for variable conditions. The Charger's mid- to wide-radius sidecut gives you the ability to maneuver down tight, techy terrain or opening it up down big faces, so choosing your ski in the morning won't be a tough process--nine times out of ten, it'll be the Charger. Read More

Voile
$278.95 $223.16 at Backcountry.com

The free pivoting Voile Switchback Telemark Ski Binding has a separate tour and ski mode, enabling tour with zero heel resistance,... then switch back into ski mode and rip down hill. In free pivot mode, the Switchback provides an easier, more efficient stride, and your tips won't dive when breaking trail. Included heel elevators and a light-weight design further help conserve energy on the up-track. When you get to the top, you'll appreciate that this telemark binding's enclosed design eliminates ice buildup the 25mm stand height helps transfer your energy to your edge. Read More

Voile
$649.95 $519.96 at Backcountry.com

Brand spanking new for this winter, the Voile V6 Ski is a smaller, lighter, and nimble of version of Voile's acclaimed V8, with th...e same construction, shape, and design, but a narrower waist that makes it more of an everyday ski than a pure pow charger. It's lighter than the V8, which makes it a great choice for longer tours, and its narrower shape gives it better edge grip when you run into variable snow or hit the resort for a day of crushing groomers. It can still handle plenty of powder, though, thanks to the wide tip and tapered tail that let you float, smear, and pivot through the deep. The light and lively aspen core is laminated with fiberglass and carbon to serve up plenty of stiffness without extra weight, and the tail is slightly raised to give you a little playfulness without giving up the ski's solid edge hold and tight sidecut radius. Truly a backcountry quiver of one, the V6 is down to be your companion on every winter expedition. Read More

Voile
$298.95 $239.16 at Backcountry.com

The Voile Switchback X2 Telemark Ski Binding turns a good idea into a great one. Designed with the same free-pivoting, ice-free co...ncept as Voile's original Switchback Binding, the Switchback X2 features a longer toe plate for greater contact with your boot and stiffer cartridge springs for extra control when driving those big powder skis. With all that tech, you'd expect to pay a weight penalty, but Voile Managed to keep it around 3. 2 pounds per pair, which makes it the lightest AT tele binder around. Read More

Voile
$649.95 $519.96 at Backcountry.com

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. Read More

Voile
$625.00 $500.00 at Backcountry.com

Americans are all about speed, so how come we've never made a killer skimo ski until now? There's no good answer, but Salt Lake Ci...ty's Voile decided it was time to change that, so it made the new WSP Ski to be a superlight randonnee and mountaineering ski in the finest Euro-Lycra tradition. Designed to get you up in a hurry and down with reasonable ease, the WSP (Wasatch Speed Project) weighs just 1. 75 pounds per ski, courtesy of its ultralight Paulownia wood core and carbon fiberglass cap construction. The design also keeps the WSP plenty stiff for serious descents down icy couloirs and techy faces, which compliments the sturdy underfoot camber. It's only 63mm underfoot, but the moderate tip rocker helps the WSP handle soft snow better than it's width would suggest, so you won't be overwhelmed if you encounter some pow on your trip back down to the parking lot. Read More

Voile
$278.95 $223.16 at Backcountry.com

The free pivoting Voile Switchback Telemark Ski Binding has a separate tour and ski mode, enabling tour with zero heel resistance,... then switch back into ski mode and rip down hill. In free pivot mode, the Switchback provides an easier, more efficient stride, and your tips won't dive when breaking trail. Included heel elevators and a light-weight design further help conserve energy on the up-track. When you get to the top, you'll appreciate that this telemark binding's enclosed design eliminates ice buildup the 25mm stand height helps transfer your energy to your edge. Read More

Voile
$158.95 $127.16 at Backcountry.com

Secure your backcountry-hungry boards to your tele boots with the Voile Hardwire 3-Pin Telemark Ski Bindings, and go break trail. ...The unique heel assembly locks to the heel plate so you can tour with only your toe attached to the Hardwire's durable aluminum 3-pin toe box. That means zero uphill resistance for quick strides up the skin track. Read More

Voile
$574.95 $459.96 at Backcountry.com

Sprint up the skin track with the lightweight Voile Vector Ski and begin your quest for soft, shady stashes or pinner couloirs. Th...e win-win-win combo of a rockered tip, slightly raised tail, and traditional camber underfoot lets you lay down a solid edge on hardpack, float through the freshies, and rally through crud without breaking a sweat--after all, backcountry terrain can change with the slightest difference in aspect, time, and elevation, so you need to ready for all of it. Designed with Voile's legendary lightweight construction, the Vector's aspen core is superlight, tough, and stable, while its cap construction reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability in tight spots. Voile topped the core off with a carbon fiberglass laminate to add some stiffness and power without making things heavy, and kept the Vector's waist wide enough for knee-deep pow and crud without sacrificing stability. Finally, the Vector's semi-wide-radius sidecut gives you high-speed stability when you're ripping down tight tree runs or charging down wide open bowls, making it a ski that you can truly take anywhere, in bounds or out. Read More

Voile
$75.00 at The-House.com

New innovative 3-part touring pole with integrated ski/board topsheet scraper mounted to the pole grip. Why should you carry an ex...tra 3 lbs of snow on your nice lighweight ski or board? Use this conveniently located scraper to clean off your ski/board topsheet. Manufactured with heavy-duty nylon so it will take a ton of abuse. Also, use the scraper to pull your climbing wire to the up position. It gets better. Voile''s poles use a push-button system to adjust the size. It is similar to the pop-buttons you find on their avalanche shovels handles. The push-button is a great alternative to problematic internal locking-mechanisms that can freeze and bind-up. * One pair of poles * One pole installed with snow scraper * Adjustment range 107cm to 137cm * Collapses to 63cm * EVA foam grip Read More

Voile
$205.95 at The-House.com

Tired of feeling like you're standing on stilts when you're splitboarding? The Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding is designed to ...interface directly with your Voile pucks to eliminate the need for the thick baseplate found on standard snowboard bindings. This works with the lightweight aluminum construction to simplify your setup, reduce weight, and improve performance. The Light Rail essentially takes the slider piece that you would normally use to attach your standard bindings to, and turns that into the baseplate. This means the Light Rail's baseplate slides directly onto the pucks, putting you closer to the board. It also creates a more stable, secure feel so your splitboard performs more like a solid board. The Avalanche Rip Cord release system allows you to undo both straps with the pull of a cord so you can bail out in avalanche rescue situations. A negative forward lean setting allows for longer strides so you can tour across flats more comfortably and efficiently. New straps this season reduce pressure points and redesigned ratchets operate more smoothly. If you like to reach your lines with your own two feet, the Light Rail won't hold you back. Read More

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