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Voile Hyper Vector BC

Brand: Voile
Model: Hypervector BC
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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 transitions as well as superior glide over climbing skins. When employed in the right areas, the Hyper Vector BC is the ski that will take you further and allow you to find the areas where you won’t be competing with others for tracks. Perfect for those true adventurers with big plans over vast terrain, the scaled version of the Hyper Vector is made with the same modern lightweight core. It also boasts Voile’s legendary durability so you don’t have to worry about your gear out there. The Hyper Vector BC will take you further than ever before.

  • Paulownia and carbon core keeps weight low and energy high.
  • Voile Hybrid Rocker smooths all snow conditions and keeps the speed high.
  • Medium radius side-cut allows for variable turn shapes.
  • Full 2mm edges make no compromises in durability.
Lengths (cm) 171, 177, 184
-> ounces
1150g [164]
1245g [177]
1305g [184]
Weight (pair) 2300g [164]
2490g [177]
2610g [184]
Dimensions 127-94-111 [171]
130-96-114 [177]
133-98-116 [184]
Turn Radius 18.5m [171]
19.5m [177]
20m [184]
Skin Fix Rounded tip and tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile Voile Hybrid Rocker, rocker tip & tail w/ camber underneath
Shape Rounded tip, medium radius, easy to turn
Construction Polyamide cap
Core Paulownia wood and carbon
Skimo Co Says
Usage All-rounder for long flat or rolling terrain approaches
Notes Scaled base underfoot reduces climbing skin usage.
Bottom Line Go deep fishing with this scaled ski
Question from Shane Knowles
Hey, just wondering how much resistance you feel from the scales while skiing? Also, just wondering what size You'd recommend? 171 or 177. 5'8" 140lbs
Answer from Jeff m
Shane, that is a question that's as old as " Fish Scale " skis. How much resistance and how well they grip depends on the terrain and snow conditions you plan to use them. If you are doing rolling terrain ( not much steep climbs) and in mostly settled snow conditions, most people love them. When using in snow on either end, light powder or frozen old snow, they tend not to grip much. More to your question of resistance, there is not much. Most common complaint I have heard over the years is the noise they make on older/firm snow conditions.
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Question from Dan
What length in this ski for 190 lb guy (in my underwear), 5’ 10”, who will use this for skiing tight trails and trees across rolling wooded terrain of fairly mild slope? Vermont. Eastern snow. Highly variable conditions. Mix of following existing skin tracks and making my own fresh tracks to explore new glades. Currently ski old Karhu Guide 175’s. Looking to update my touring setup. For true AT downhill I use Rossignol Sky 7’s in a 180 length. Thx for your input.
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Dan! I think I would shoot for the 177cm length in this ski. 171cm seems a bit short and the longer 184cm seems unwieldy for your usage.
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