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Your backcountry gear just got a whole lot lighter.
Leave your skins at home and charge in all directions with the Voile Charger BC Ski. With the same killer dimensions as the Charger Ski, the Charger BC features an advanced, waxless base pattern that facilitates backcountry touring on flat or rolling ground and provides the ability to climb straight up moderate-angle ascents and traverse across steeper uphills without the hassle of having to use climbing skins. Clearly a game-changer in the touring ski industry, the BC offers optimal simplicity when you don't want to sacrifice the weight, space, or expense of skins.
Designed with a tip rocker, regular camber underfoot, and slightly raised tail profile, the Charger BC floats through deep pow, busts through crud, and handles wet, manky snow like a boss. Thanks to its cap construction and lightweight aspen wood core, the Charger BC doesn't bog you down on long, epic backcountry tours. Cap construction also reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability. Its wide-radius sidecut gives you high-speed stability when you straightline out of a tight chute or scream down big-mountain lines. In other words, the Charger BC lightens the load and speeds up the pace while providing you with a girthy, rockered ski that charges big.
- Tip rocker, regular camber underfoot, slightly raised tail
- Cap construction
- Aspen wood core
- Wide waist
- Wide-radius sidecut
- Waxless base with fish-like scales
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Anyone have experience with this fishscale...
Anyone have experience with this fishscale version of the Charger in the Wasatch? What, if anything, could you could skin up with these without skins on?
Voile Charger BC Ski
on the scale
1842 grams per ski in 191cm length. Not yet drilled