Voile V-Tail Splitboard
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The only reason you're in the backcountry in the first place is to score untracked snow after the storm has ended, so you might as well have a powder-specific shape while you're out there. The Voile V-Tail Splitboard has a long, rockered nose and a swallowtail to keep you afloat in the deepest snow you can find out there. Camber underfoot provides pop and power and improves edge hold on firmer snow, while early-rise rocker in the tip gives it float in powder and offers a more forgiving feel. The swallowtail keeps your tail down and your nose up, and it improves maneuverability in deep snow. A setback stance helps you keep your nose up in the deep stuff, and carbon glass ensures a stiff, responsive flex for control and precision. Paulownia wood in the core decreases weight without sacrificing strength, and it comes from sustainably-harvested trees.
When on the search for deep powder, trust the V-Tail splitboard from Voile for all your touring needs. Featuring an early-rise nose and a V-tail, this board is the ultimate powder machine. Camber and sidecut still exist under the bindings to provide versatile performance in a variety of backcountry snow conditions. Aspen wood core and triaxial-carbon glass top and bottom offer lightweight durability, so you can move uphill quickly. Offers quick conversion from uphill touring to downhill snowboarding without sacrificing performance. Updated hardware includes lighter touring brackets, more durable slider tracks, durable plastic-coated climbing wires and new binding shims for better uphill skinning. The entire V-tail splitboard system is simple, durable and lightweight; now uphill journeys may almost be as fun as the downhills! Includes durable 130mm tractor skins (and skin trim tool) with stainless-steel tips to get you to the top. Voile universal slider track will accept virtually any snowboard brand binding on the market. Universal Puck system and custom insert pattern let you dial in your stance width and angles.