Tucked away in the Wasatch, the craftspeople at Voile are hard at work, silently creating skis that thrive in whichever geographic region you call home. Their creation, the Voile Hyper Manti, is no exception. Its rockered profile lends itself to a playful feel in deep snow, while the supportive tail will be right at home in steep couloirs sporting less than ideal conditions. The thick 2mm edges and durable base will shrug off early season impacts while the carbon-weave shaves off the grams. From midwinter powder, to variable spring conditions, to slushy couloirs on the fourth of July - the Voile Hyper Manti is built to ski them all.
- Anti-ice top sheet keeps the extra snow weight away.
- Reinforced mounting area keeps the bindings where they should be.
- Voile Carbon-Weave saves weight while keeping the performance high.
- Laminated paulownia wood core offers an impressive strength-to-weight ratio.
- Thick 2mm steel edges and sintered base foretell durability.
- Rubber foil provides damping throughout the ski.
Update 2023/24: Voile has revised the topsheet, otherwise, the ski remains unchanged.
|Lengths (cm)||171, 176, 181, 186|
|Weight (pair)||2560g 
||Rounded tips and tails|
||Early-rise tip, camber, gradual tail rocker|
||Rounded tip and tail, gradual taper|
||Double woven carbon cap|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Powder, corn, crud, and more|
|Notes||Made in the USA|
|Bottom Line||A versatile all-arounder|
|Compare to other High-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
Do you agree with the recommended Voile mount point? At a length of 186 cm, recco point -6 cm from the center..its quite progressive to me. Thank you.
The TR1 is a sweet binding and would make for a great pairing with your sweet ski. We are excited to be carrying them this year!
The mounting point is quite progressive compared to most, but this positioning favors the playful nature of this ski.
I was in between sizes and usually with touring skis would size down, but the very progressive mount point had me decide to go with the longer ski. I don't regret it.
Of course with skis this light they aren't super damp in variable snow, but honestly no light skis with pin bindings are.
I guess I was thinking something more along the lines of the more progressive the mount point, the more ski tail I have to work around when making kick turns. I have a pair that has just a few cm too long of a tail that always gets in the way when planting that first foot on steep slopes.
I am thinking about getting a new daily driver ski for the PNW. I stuck between these (Hyper Manti), K2 WayBack 106 and then Blizzard 105. These skis would be driven by a beef style boot. Looking for something that can handle a good mix of conditions from firm spring snow, slush and some pow (I do have specific skis for big pow days and mountaineering missions).
I am really curious on how these compare and really why one should choose one or the other.
I am a type III skier and have been touring for almost 10 years and fairly confident diving skis in most conditions.
They'll all ski the conditions you're going for and will do it well with a beefier boot, so it'll come down to what you want to prioritize. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to get further into the conversation!
The Hyper Manti is an awesome ski to pair in a quiver with the Hyper Vector! Driving this ski with a TLT8 Carbonio would be pretty conditions dependent. In softer snow, skiing is less demanding, and a TLT8 Carbonio should have no issues with this ski.
However, in firmer snow, you may feel that you are not maximizing the output of the Hyper Manti with a TLT8 Carbonio, and driving such a large ski could cause premature wear and tear on your boots.
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