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 a powdery testing ground to help them compete with their European brethren in the Alps. Long known for turning out durable, easy-skiing shapes that transition nicely from powder-lapping to resort-charging and back again, the craftspeople at Voile have stepped up their game in recent years with the first American-made skimo-race ski, the Wasatch Speed Project, and an easy-to-turn, confident-in-difficult-conditions mountaineering ski, the Objective. For wider skis, the new Hyper Series brings lightweight carbon layups to shed 15-20% of total mass from Voile's old-school designs. Last but not least, backcountry skiers looking to go far over rolling terrain without the use of skins can thank their lucky stars for the fish-scale base patterns on the Objective BC, Hyper Vector BC and Hyper V6 BC.
Voile believes in equal opportunity skiing. Therefore, it is 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 ..
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 Voile did just that when they started the Wasatch Speed Project. The resulting ski ..
If the roads are still closed and the approach to your line has 4 miles of undulating, gently rolling terrain that will be a nightmare of skins on/skins off transitions, you need a ski that functions as much as an approach tool as it does a steep skiing s..
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..
A ski this awesome should not be limited to only average male dimensions. Voile, not being a company to discriminate when it comes to fun, has scaled down the Hyper Vector to accommodate skiers of smaller stature. Same amazing performance as it’s longer s..
The Traction Pattern bases of the Voile Hyper Vector BC allow the adventurous skier to quickly dispatch with long, flat approaches and rolling terrain with much more efficiency than using traditional climbing skins. This is due to the time saved on transi..
If you aren’t having a good time skiing the Voile Hyper Vector, stop and consider whether you really like skiing. It doesn’t get any more fun than this. With a shape and dimensions to handle any condition, turn-initiation bordering on telepathic, and a pe..
It might sound a little fishy (pun intended), but scales on a backcountry ski are quite practical. Your typical alpine touring ski setup requires skins, but the Hyper V6 BC eliminates that need for many climbs with Voile's Traction Pattern Base extending ..
When the conversation about a “quiver of one” ski gets brought up in backcountry skiing circles, inevitably the Voile V6 is discussed as a contender. It’s well-balanced underfoot width, just the right amount of rocker for soft conditions, and ample camber..
For the powder hungry woman (or small statured male), one difficulty can be finding wide skis in appropriately short lengths. On top of that, the few skis available are too heavy to lap powder for a full day.
The Voile Women’s Hyper Charger is not a “s..
With a name like Hyper Charger, you’d expect the graphics to resemble something off the Millennium Falcon. Fortunately, Voile resisted that temptation, but they could not resist putting their Paulownia and carbon core into the wildly popular Super Charger..
The Voile Hyper V8 is one of the most fun-filled fat skis out there. Surfy and floaty even in heavy powder, it inspires the confidence to really let it run. The Voile hybrid rocker keeps the ski nimble in tight spaces or while ripping through the aspens. ..
Design fads come and go all the time, and technologies that were once touted as revolutionary are tossed aside without eulogy to make way for the latest and greatest. Brands often jump on the bandwagon for a short ride, but Voile waved at the bandwagon as..
After nearly a decade of building on the design of the original Drifter, Voile has returned to an old favorite and created a good candidate for the title 'supreme backcountry powder shredding machine'. The women's Hyper Drifter is built for deep days of h..
Assembled from rugged BD GlideLite mix, backed with reliable BD Gold Label glue, and topped off with Voile’s own tip bungee system, the Superlite Skins are destined for greatness. Tip notches are awesome, and it would be a shame not use them on the Object..
Voile has gotten serious about their climbing skin performance. By teaming up with industry-leading Pomoca, Voile is taking advantage of the best technology available. The Hyper Glide skins are a 70% mohair 30% nylon mix that provide the best balance betw..
Skiers have been enjoying a plethora of options when it comes to skin selection. Splitboarders, on the other hand, have been left with few options, most of which offer very little in terms of glide, packability and weight. Voile, the company that brought ..
Repair your Voile Splitboard skins. You may also make a custom set using your favorite parts from Voile and material from one of the many rolls we sell.
Tail Clip Kit - Everything you need to securely connect the tails of your skins to your splitboard...
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..
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..