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Powerful yet nimble, the V8 Backcountry skis have a wide shovel and tapered tail for effortless, agile float whether you're in the trees, on a ridgeline or in an open bowl.
Ya, in case you're wondering, the Voile V8 skis are as good as they look! Backcountry magazine calls them ''Voile's best skis to date''. It's a powder ski that's quick and lively on hard pack, and a BC touring ski that can rip at the resort. This is very impressive, because it weighs less than the Voile Charger.-- New fall 2014/winter 2015 cosmetics-- Built with Voile's signature, lightweight ski construction-- Wide shovel and rockered tip offers plenty of float in powder-- Tapered, slightly raised tail for smooth turn completion-- Turn radius for 186 cm: 18.4 meters-- Made in SLC, UT USA
Powerful yet nimble, the Voile V8 has a wide shovel and tapered tail for effortless, agile float, with a shortened running length and tighter sidecut to keep it playful when you want it, and stable when you need it. This is true next-gen hybrid rocker, as much at home in the trees as it is on the ridgeline. All hail the V8, the one true king of the big mountain backcountry.
- Mountain Gear
Imagine if your pickup got 40mpg, drove like a sports car, and cost as much as a hatchback. That's basically what the Voile V8 Ski does, except, you know, it's a ski and not a car. It's a fat, powder-loving touring ski, with a waist that's well over 100mm, a wide tip, and a tapered tail that help you float over deep snow like you're not even trying. It has traditional camber underfoot to provide plenty of edge grip when you hit icy patches or spend a day crushing the resort, but a rockered tip that planes over soft snow effortlessly, working with the narrower tail to let you surf and slash your way down the mountain. The V8 has a pretty tight turning radius for such a large ski, so it's easy to handle when you're navigating through tight trees and down tight chutes without giving up the stability that a large-platform ski offers at speed. It's surprisingly light, too--just eight pounds per pair in the 186--so your legs won't hate you if you need to haul it up a long approach. Voile's lively aspen core has been laminated with carbon and fiberglass to stay light and stiff, so you can push the V8's speed limit on the skin track and the descent without getting scared, but it isn't like skiing one of those "touring" skis with a sheet of metal in it. Voile's still a backcountry company through and through, so just because the V8 can charge doesn't mean it can't handle its own on the skin track, too.
Powerful yet nimble the V8 has a wide shovel and tapered tail for effortless agile float with a shortened running length and tighter sidecut to keep it playful when you want it and stable when you need it This is true nextgen hybrid rocker as much at home in the trees as it is on the ridgeline All hail the V8 the one true king of the big mountain backcountry