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Rip and rise above it all.
Nothing's too deep, cruddy, or manky for the Voile Buster Ski. With a rockered tip, 120mm (in the 186cm length) waist, and wide-radius sidecut, it will shred snow that would gobble up and spit out skinnier skis. Over-the-handlebars, slow, and auguring: you don't need that on glorious deep days.
- Rockered tip, raised tail, and traditional camber underfoot provide float in untracked, more stability and pop in the tail, and supreme edgehold on bulletproof
- Aspen wood core is superlight, tough, and stable
- Cap construction reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability
- 120mm (186cm length) waist floats on pow, crud, mank, and mashed potatoes
- Wide-radius sidecut gives you high-speed stability
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This has turned out to be the ultimate BC set-up for me: The Dynafit TLT Radical FT Binding, Scarpa Mobe and Pomoca Skin.
Only skied in powder, wet powder, what some around here called wind slab (but still flew in the air when turning) and variable low elevation (bony) conditions in the backcountry. These turned well in all speeds and shapes, from hop turns and weird obstacle avoidance through run-out gullies and steep rock gardens with tight trees and fast rocks and logs traverses to wide open bowls and deep glades. There is nothing these would not do.
Touring on the Buster was amazing for the girth of the sticks. The configuration from tip to tail is made for the backcountry and the light weight seems unreal when considering the downhill performance.
The downhill performance in powder is outstanding. Turn up the speed when you feel like it. Floats through tight trees with ease and powers in medium to large radius turns (loves the speed!)