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 resulting ski by the same name is as unique as the namesake mountains that rise above Salt Lake City, Utah, where the skis are made.
A lot of people have been skiing uphill fast in the Wasatch mountains in recent years. They (and you) can now do so affordably with an American made ski. With a profile based on the popular Vector backcountry ski, the Voile WSP is designed to get you uphill fast and get you downhill with a smile.
Note that Voile suggests a skier weight range of 110-170 pounds for this ski.
|Skin Fix||Tip notch|
|Profile||Rockered tip, camber underfoot, flat tail|
|Shape||Gentle race side cut|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Racing, speed touring|
|Notes||Made in the USA|
|Bottom Line||Uniquely rockered race ski|