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 sibling, just shorter. The Women’s Hyper Vector is an awesome all-around backcountry ski. It handles powder, chop, crud, and even boilerplate without trouble. All that at an impressively light weight, owing to Voile’s modern Paulownia/carbon core. If you want a ski you don’t have to think about, check out the Hyper Vector. You won’t be disappointed.
- 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.
- Polyamide topsheet withstands use and abuse for many seasons.
|Lengths (cm)||154, 164|
|Weight (pair)||1990g 
|Turn Radius||16.5m 
|Skin Fix||Rounded tip and tail|
|Profile||Voile Hybrid Rocker, rocker tip & tail w/ camber underneath|
|Shape||Rounded tip, medium radius, easy to turn|
|Core||Paulownia wood and carbon|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||All-day, all-around ski touring machine|
|Notes||Carves hard on firm, floats well in the soft|
|Bottom Line||Durability and light weight in a solid all-around package.|
|Compare to other Women's Skis|
Questions & Reviews
I’m considering getting the Hyper Vector for my wife. She’s 110 lbs. (5’6”). Would the 164 cm length be too long? She’s an advanced skier, although now skiing pretty mellow in her 50’s.
She’d be using them with lighter AT boots, primarily for backcountry touring for turns.
At 5'6" and an advanced skier, she should be able to handle it just fine. If she prefers shorter skis (you did not mention what she skis on now) and at only 110, the 154cm could also work. We can get it in.
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