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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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What the Splitboard community really needs is a step-in binding system. Strap bindings don't cut it in the backcountry.

Anonymous said...

this is AWESOME! I hope they're going to be way more reasonably priced than the spark bindings, which even used cost upwards of $250.

Bill "Gusty" Gillin said...

Sounds good to me, shave the weight and gain more vertical each day. Glad to hear the news, and don't stop thinking while we WAIT for snow. Let me know when you have a Product ASAP. Frothing till then...

Dr Seth said...

Maybe these will be more solid than the Sparks. I bought them last year and they fell apart FAST!! I lock-tighted the screws that hold the baseplate to the uppers and they rattled out in less than a week. Worse off.....their "board crampons" actually BROKE the baseplate. There is a climbing bar on the top of the crampon, and if you know anything about lever arms doesn't make a bit of sense. I broke BOTH baseplates after a solid weekend of touring icy sidehills on the E. side of the Sierras. NOT STOKED at all!! Voile stock set-up is heavier but more reliable!!

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