Sunday, November 22, 2009

New! Voile Light Rail splitboard binding.


Simplify, reduce weight, and increase performance of your Voile splitboard binding system with the new Voile Light Rail splitboard binding. The Voile Light Rail integrates the Slider Track and Strap Binding into a lightweight, low profile, and stiff splitboard binding.

The binding base plate is cut away to eliminate ice build-up and reduce weight. The baseplate aluminum rails are CNC machined from solid 7075-T6 bar stock aluminum for amazing durability.

An Avalanche Rip Cord has been attached to both quick release buckles to aid when backcountry riding in avalanche prone areas.

Available January 2010.

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New! Voile Trax splitboard binding.


A lightweight and inexpensive way to upgrade your current Voile splitboard binding system.

Bolt the Voile Trax splitboard binding to your existing Voile Slider Track, with included t-nuts and screws.

The Trax binding baseplate brings your binding closer to the board and with 4 points of contact on the outer edges of the baseplate it is as stiff as the Voile Light Rail splitboard binding.

An Avalanche Rip Cord has been attached to both quick release buckles to aid when backcountry riding in avalanche prone areas.

Available January 2010.

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New! Voile splitboard dual height climbing heels.


Upgrade your splitboard with the new Voile splitboard dual height climbing heels. The back climbing wire is the standard height of 55mm and the front wire is 75mm.

Also new, a durable plastic coating is applied to the top of each wire to prevent wear on your splitboard binding base plate.

Available January 2010.

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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Switchbacks - for those in the "snow".


This post is from a Voile customer that last winter visited the Icefall Lodge in BC, Canada. He expressed his satisfaction in the performance of the Voile Switchback Telemark Touring binding. As you can see from the photo he attached, 7 other customers share his point of view. Those that know, know the Switchback is the lightest weight, durable, high performance and ice-free telemark touring binding on the market.

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Attention! A major Voile product announcement Monday Nov. 23.




Please visit our website on Monday Nov. 23 for a major product announcement within our Voile splitboard product line.

If you really want to be the first to know, get a copy of the Dec. issue of Backcountry Magazine for there will be a product review and advertisement in the magazine. The Dec. issue of Backcountry Magazine ships on Thur. Nov. 19 to subscribers and newsstands.



See you all here Monday Nov. 23.

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Tech Update! Voile Splitboard Touring Bracket Loses Weight.


Voile's backcountry product focus has driven us to obsession when it comes to light weight. Yet another example of this obsession is illustrated below.

Voile is now including a new lighter weight splitboard touring bracket with the Voile Mojo splitboard. Without any compromise in durability, we have shaved off a scant 14 grams per pair. (Smile)

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