Voile Hyper Manti Ski - Women
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If we had to use just one word to describe the Hyper Manti W, it would have to be “exceptionally well-rounded.” You may now be wondering why we in fact used three words instead of the self-imposed one-word limit and to be honest, it's because one simply wasn't enough. With the shedding of an impressive amount of weight from the non-hyper Manti W, the Hyper Manti W will grant you access to far-out powder fields while the rockered tip and tail will float like a water ski once you get there. The supportive (e.g., stiffer) tail will be a welcome addition for those who like to arc big turns down the apron while the full perimeter steel edges and sintered base help withstand unwanted meetings with high-density objects. Whether acting as the soft snow specialist in your current quiver or an all-around ski as a quiver of one, the Voile Hyper Manti W is a compelling choice.
- Anti-Ice Topsheet keeps the snow at bay.
- Reinforced Binding Mounting area helps with binding retention.
- Hyper Construction keeps things exceptionally light.
- Laminated Wood Core is laminated, duh.
- Rubber foil helps keep things damp.
- Full perimeter steel edges and sintered base lends themselves to durability.
|Lengths (cm)||158, 165|
|Weight (pair)||2180g 
||Rounded tip and tail|
||Early-rise tip, camber underfoot, gentle rockered tail|
||Rounded tip and tail, gradual taper|
||Paulownia and double carbon|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Powder and corn hunting and anything else you might find|
|Notes||Can make quick turns in firm conditions with confidence|
|Bottom Line||A true powder surfer and crud buster|
|Compare to other Women's Skis|
Questions & Reviews
The Voile Hyper Manti is a very versatile ski. Its borrows from both Voile's more powder oriented construction in the V6 and V8, as well as the more all around construction in the Charger and Vector shapes. The goal was a ski that performs well in a wide range of conditions. The Hyper version is quite light weight, while maintaining an admirable amount of dampness.
The ski that is right for you is certainly subject. If you value dampness above all else, the aspen core of the non Hyper version will soak up vibrations from the terrain slightly better, at the expense of uphill performance. If you have further ski questions, feel free to reach out to email@example.com!
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