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Voile SR Race Ski


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Like the SR Blackbird, the SR skis from Voile are long-range tools, designed to help you tackle the biggest objectives. While not a ski for the dedicated racer, the SR series aims to provide race ski dimensions with a construction that excels everywhere. With more tip rocker than is found on typical race skis, the SR remains composed in soft snow, and when testing the skis in tricky Spring conditions, we found the rockered tips provided predictable navigation through suncupped snow. Ample camber paired with a supportive tail provides a solid feel underfoot without being overbearing, keeping the ski predictable in technical terrain. Utilizing durable steel edges, the SR skis are more than happy to navigate through rocky terrain while the notched tip makes for quick and easy transitions when paired with race skins. Whether doing long traverses, recreational racing, or a mix of both, the SR series is a smart and fun choice.

  • Larger than average tip rocker provides predictability across a wide array of conditions.
  • Hyper construction combines Paulownia and carbon fiber to create a durable and lightweight package.
  • Notched tip plays nicely with all race-oriented skins.
  • Durable steel edges help fend off errant rock strikes.
  • Black p-tex bases are durable and easy to repair.
Lengths (cm) 151, 161
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815g [161]
Weight (pair) 1630g [161]
Dimensions   89-62-76 [151]
93-63-79 [161]
Turn Radius   18m [151]
19m [161]
Skin Fix   Tip notch
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Full camber with rockered tip
Shape   Single radius sidecut
Construction   Cap construction
Core   Paulownia and carbon
Skimo Co Says
Usage Big objectives, recreational racing
Notes Larger than-average tip rocker provides excellent float
Bottom Line Long range weapon
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Questions & Reviews

Question from superhans
Was curious on the tip rocker measurement for the 161 is? Is it 32cm?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Superhans,

Close! I measured it at right around 30cm.
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JDT (downright abused product)
This is a major upgrade to the WSP. There is slightly more mass (my pair is under 800gms, as opposed to's testing), but this not noticeable on the uphill compared to my WSP's. The construction is the same, but the tip and tail dimensions are a bit wider than the WSP, which makes the downhills feel considerably more stable, and what feels torsionally stronger. The sidecut is tighter and the ski turns on a dime. This ski has a very robust camber, and I find that skiing the camber very hard (aka, staying strong and neutral as opposed to driving the tips or riding the tails super-hard) allows the ski to behave at its best. The tip rocker certainly helps with skiing faster in choppy conditions. Compared to lighter WC level/top of line race skis which I have owned, these are the dampest, and most enjoyable to ski in mixed, technical terrain, where top level skimo skis can be somewhat unforgiving. Don't forget that you have to ski down in skimo racing!!
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Comment from lilb907
Woohoo! Curious about the specs on these. The WSP is my all time favorite ski.
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