Flaunting a generous number of accolades and winning multiple awards, the Supercharger represents the culmination of Voile’s 35+ years of ski building experience. Built using Voile’s Hybrid Rocker profile, the Supercharger likes to float, float, and float. The tip rocker contributes to flotation in soft snow, but also helps it stay in charge while skiing the more challenging conditions like wind-blown crud and crust. The tail turns up just enough to help it release from turns and makes skiing crust that much easier. The relatively straight side cut is very stable at speed when you want to stretch your legs a bit on the descent, but also aids in surefooted, steep skiing. The light aspen core and multiple fiberglass layers contribute to the Supercharger’s low surface-area-to-weight ratio. Note it wouldn’t be a true Voile ski if it couldn’t survive a nuclear blast, which is why the durable polyamide top sheet and tip-to-tail edges are there after the first, second, and hundredth rock strike. The Women's Supercharger is the powder ski built by skiers who log 100+ days per year for skiers that log 100+ days per year.
- Aspen Core and two layers of fiberglass contribute to the solid performance of the Supercharger.
- Hybrid Rocker is the tried and true shape that has made Voile famous.
- Outside Magazine’s Gear of the Year in 2017.
- Freeskier Editors’ Pick.
- Powder Magazine Skier’s Choice in 2017.
- Backcountry Magazine Editors’ Choice in 2017.
|Lengths (cm)||154, 164|
|Weight (pair)||2400g 
||Rounded tip and tail|
||Voile Hybrid Rocker, rocker tip & tail w/ camber underneath|
||Rounded tip, medium radius, easy to turn|
||Lightweight aspen with carbon/glass wrap|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Powder hunting in the backcountry|
|Notes||Available in short lengths|
|Bottom Line||For the powder-loving woman|
|Compare to other High-fat Skis|
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