Voile is somewhat of a rarity, being a U.S. based manufacturer of backcountry ski gear. Good thing the Wasatch mountains overlooking Salt Lake City provide plenty of inspiration and testing grounds to help them compete with their European bretheren in the Alps. Check out the new Wasatch Speed Project ski, the first skimo racing ski made in the United States.
Another Voile accessory you can’t live without. This simple slice of plastic has almost as many uses as the world-famous Voile ski straps. Scrape ice off your skis, skins, goggles, boots, or anything else. The scraper has a pointy corner for poking in tig..
Voile believes in equal opportunity skiing. Therefore, it’s no surprise that a female-specific version of the Wasatch Speed Project has come to fruition. Although the prototypes were pink, we applaud the decision to make the production WSG green. Either w..
Imagine if you applied the solid lightweight construction and easy skiing rockered tips of Voile skis to an ultralight size geared for skimo racing and speed touring. Well that’s just what Voile did when they started the Wasatch Speed Project. The resulti..
We love the name almost as much as the ski. Voile designed this mountaineering tool to help you succeed in those alpine missions with a specific goal, AKA an Objective. While it can’t guarantee success, you can rest assured it won’t cause a failure. The i..
Voile started supplying Salt Lake City with solid lightweight backcountry skis in 1991. Their simple formula has been so successful that you can now find their skis all over the world. The basic recipe is this: "make as lightweight as possible without com..
Not only can Voile ski straps hold a pair of skis together, they also come in handy for various unforseen circumstances. They've been used to hold skins onto skis when glue fails and hold boots onto feet when a buckle fails. They can also lash a broken po..