Voile Artisan Splitboard

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Freestyle meets backcountry in this splitboard built for control, stability, float and an easy ride. Get out of the lift line and into some untracked, powdery solitude!

- REI

The Voile Artisan Splitboard is a directional twin board with an innovative rocker/camber profile. The Artisan spares no expense or detail in design and construction. The unique rocker/camber profile incorporates rocker into the overall shape with camber tucked in beneath the bindings. The rocker offers amazing float in powder, the flat center section is efficient for uphill touring, while the camber sections offer a poppy and stable ride on firm snow. From top to base, a durable 3D nylon topsheet graphic, full aspen wood core, double sintered UHMW sidewall, and sublimated sintered base are just few details Voile's sweated over on this beautiful new split. Voile splitboard climbing skins and hardware sold separately. Live out your backcountry splitboarding dreams with the Voile Artisan, an all-mountain splitboard that does it all. Length (cm): 162 Wide, 165. Effective Edge: 116.2, 119. Sidecut (meter): 8.5, 8.55. Waist width: 26.7, 25.8. Nose Width: 30.7, 30.1. Tail Width: 30.7, 30.1. Nose Height: 5. Tail Height: 5. Camber: rocker/camber. Nose Length: 23.5. Tail Length: 23.5, 23.5. Stance: -2, -2. Stance Width (max in): 26. Board Weight (kg/lbs): 3.49 kg / 7 lbs, 10 oz.. Suggested Rider Weight Range (lbs-kg): 150+ / 68+

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Designed for big mountain freeride and skiing the Sabre Pant is waterproof breathable hardwearing and combines a relaxed fit with clean lines Storm protection and warmth come from the N80pX GORETEX 3L fabric with 3L loloft soft shell construction The materials brushed liner provides light insulation and a flannel like feelFeatures are selected specifically for the snow and optimized to handle the transition from groomed run to backcountry descent Ultra durable 100D laminated Cordura PowderCuffs seal out snow and fit under snowboard highbacks and colour matched Keprotec instep patches prevent abrasion and ski cuts Large cargo pockets with internal volume channel cargo away from impact zones and double side zips can open wide for rapid ventilation on ascents and traverses Integrated Sliden Loc attachments link with the Sidewinder SV Sabre and other compatible jackets creating a unified clothing system that helps seal out driven snowFULL FEATURE LISTTechnical Featuresbull Waterproofbull Snowsheddingbull Windproofbull Breathablebull Lightly insulatedbull DurableConstructionbull Microseam allowance 16 mm reduces bulk and weightbull DWR finish Durable Water Repellent helps repel water from fabric surfacebull Taped seams for added weatherproofnessbull GORETEX threelayer constructionPatterningbull Articulated knees and seatbull Gusseted crotchZippers Fly Configurationbull WaterTight external zippersbull Front fly with snap closurebull WaterTight thigh zippers for easy ventingWaist Belt Configurationbull Adjustable integrated webbing beltbull Belt loopsPocket Configurationbull Hip stash pocketbull Two cargo pockets with WaterTight zippersbull Note Our WaterTight zippers are highly water resistant but not waterproof We do not recommend keeping items in your pockets that may be damaged by moistureSnowsport Featuresbull Hidden Recco reflectorbull Powder cuffs with gripper elastic

- Bentgate.com

If you want to, you can give some mega-ski-corporation a huge chunk of money, wait for a huge snow, wake up at 5AM to get to a lift line at 7AM, wait til 9AM, and rush around like an idiot until the entire mountain is tracked out by 11AM. Then, go home and wait for more snow. Or you could pick up the Voile Artisan Wide Split Board for half the price of a season pass and ride waist-deep blower every day of the season at whatever time you decide to go. It's your call.

- Backcountry.com