Voile Charger

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Voile Charger skis combine early-rise tips with traditional camber underfoot for excellent performance in backcountry powder and the ability to carve hard snow on your way back to the car.

- REI

The award winning Voile Charger skis are a sweet blend of progressive, powder ski design, and Voile's tradition of tough and light ski construction. The Chargers are very popular for good reason: they deliver a joyful skiing experience with their rockered and tapered tip, traditional sidecut and camber underfoot, and slightly raised, tapered tail. The stable, yet turny, Voile Charger will charge powder, crud and chop with reliable ease. Fall 2013/Winter 2014 model Rockered tip design initiates turns almost by telepathy and keeps you out of trouble in troublesome snow Traditional sidecut underfoot carves turns nicely on groomers or hard pack Slightly raised tail releases from turns easier Cap construction and aspen wood core for lightweight strength Turn radius for 181 cm is 23m Handmade in Utah, USA

- OMCgear

Forget wasting your time and energy waiting in lift lines, spending cash on a season's pass, or trying to find a table during lunch time when you have the Voile Charger Ski. The nimble Charger delivers an entirely new skiing experience with its rockered and tapered tip, traditional sidecut and camber underfoot, and tapered tail with only a slight tail rise. Thanks to the Charger's progressive powder-ski design, it's easy to ski in conditions ranging from the deepest powder to the most difficult wind slab. Designed with Voile's legendary lightweight construction, the Charger's aspen wood core is super-light, tough, and stable, while the its cap construction reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability. Its waist is wide enough for deep pow and crud yet versatile for variable conditions, while the Charger's mid- to wide-radius sidecut gives you versatility in speed which comes in quite handy when you're maneuvering down tight, techy terrain. In other words, the Charger floats on top of ankle-deep pow, rips through crud, and arcs oh-so-nicely on firm stuff so it's no surprise that you boycott the resorts and spend your hard-earned cash on some avy gear and classes.

- Backcountry.com

The Voile Charger delivers an entirely new skiing experience with a rockered and tapered tip, traditional sidecut and camber underfoot, and tapered tail with only a slight tail rise. Combining this progressive powder-ski concept with traditional side-cut under foot, the Voile Charger is stable and easy to ski in conditions ranging from the deepest powder to the most difficult wind slab. And as always Voile Charger skis are built with Voile's signature lightweight ski construction for the uphill in the backcountry. Your skiing experience will never be the same.

- CampSaver.com