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Americans are all about speed, so how come we've never made a killer skimo ski until now' There's no good answer, but Salt Lake City's Voile decided it was time to change that, so it made the new WSP Ski to be a superlight randonnee and mountaineering ski in the finest Euro-Lycra tradition. Designed to get you up in a hurry and down with reasonable ease, the WSP (Wasatch Speed Project) weighs just 1. 75 pounds per ski, courtesy of its ultralight Paulownia wood core and carbon fiberglass cap construction. The design also keeps the WSP plenty stiff for serious descents down icy couloirs and techy faces, which compliments the sturdy underfoot camber. It's only 63mm underfoot, but the moderate tip rocker helps the WSP handle soft snow better than it's width would suggest, so you won't be overwhelmed if you encounter some pow on your trip back down to the parking lot.
The Wasatch Speed Project backcountry skis have ample tip rocker and Voile signature lightweight construction for fast ski mountaineering trips and randonee races from the Wasatch to Chamonix.
From the heart of the rocky mountains comes the first American-made skimo ski, the new Voile Wasatch Speed Project (WSP). With ample tip-rocker straight from the Vector and their signature lightweight construction, the WSP is built to climb-from the Wasatch to Chamonix.
- Mountain Gear
Voile says "It's about time we put our spandex on". From the heart of the rocky mountains comes the first American-made skimo ski, the new Voile Wasatch Speed Project. With ample tip-rocker straight from the Vector and our signature lightweight construction, the WSP is built to climb-from the Wasatch to Chamonix. As always, made in SLC, UT USA.