Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding

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The Voile Light Rail Splitboard bindings integrate the slider tracks and the straps to bring you lightweight touring bindings that offer amazing control and comfort while exploring the backcountry. Bindings feel just your regular snowboard bindings when you're strapped in; Light Rails slide over Voile splitboard pucks (sold separately) and secure on board via Slider Pins. CNC-machined aluminum baseplate rails are highly durable; baseplates feature strategic cutouts to reduce weight and ice build-up without reducing strength. Adjustable heel cups personalize bindings to your boots and allow highbacks to adjust to a variety of negative angles for touring. Lightweight, flexible highbacks offer tool-free forward lean adjustments; improved ankle straps offer enhanced comfort and cushioning. Includes one pair of Light Rail splitboard bindings and two Slider Pins with lanyards. Pivot bushings are wider than last season to offer increased durability and stability. Avalanche Rip Cords have been added to both quick-release buckles on each binding for quick on and off.

- REI

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 buildup and reduce weight The baseplate aluminum rails are CNC machined from solid 7075T6 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 The new 20132014 Voile Light Rail splitboard binding includes a new wider Touring Bracket and longer Slider PinsOther improvements for 20132014 include Extending vertical sides to baseplate for improved stability and performance Also for more adjustment of heel cup to achieve negative angles on high back for more comfortable touring 3 sizeswidths base plates where all base plates length has been increased for better heel side support Improved and more comfortable ankle straps with low profile single screw adjustment better for uphill touring Improved ladder straps for toe and ankle to better match buckles smoother and more precise operation Wider pivot bushing for better durability and stability Note The wider base requires matching touring brackets and crampons

- Bentgate.com

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. The new 2013-2014 Voile Light Rail splitboard binding includes a new wider Touring Bracket and longer Slider Pins. Other improvements for 2013-2014 include: Extending vertical sides to baseplate for improved stability and performance. Also for more adjustment of heel cup to achieve negative angles on high back for more comfortable touring. 3 sizes/widths base plates where all base plates length has been increased for better heel side support. Improved and more comfortable ankle straps with low profile single screw adjustment, better for uphill touring. Improved ladder straps for toe and ankle to better match buckles, smoother and more precise operation. Wider pivot bushing for better durability and stability, hence need for wider touring bracket and longer slider pins. Also requires new Splitboard Crampon for Light Rail.

- CampSaver.com

Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding

MSRP:
$299.00

The Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 24, 2014 at REI.

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