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It just makes sense.

The Voile Light Rail Split Snowboard Binding eliminates all the extra material inherent to splitboard systems that use regular snowboard bindings by combining the Slider Track and the strap binding into one part. The result is less weight and complexity, easier operation, and greater stiffness and durability than other systems.
  • Cut-away baseplate for reduced weight and less icing
  • Machined 7075 aluminum rails add stiffness and durability and reduce weight
  • Avalanche rip cords on both quick releases for an added measure of safety

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Great Bindings! If You Must...

Great splitboard specific bindings... solid/bomb proof construction as with all Voile products... Do you need them? No... Will they save you a few measly ounces of weight? Yes... Do I use them? No... but then again I drive a truck and not a Cadillac... if your pocket book allows, then buy the Cadillac!

Just picked up a pair of these bindings...

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Just picked up a pair of these bindings and am curious if anyone out there has any feedback regarding the avalanche quick release strap. Should I install them or not? In concept it seems like a no brainer but the setup instructions that came with the bindings make it sound like in addition to the safety aspect it could also lead to unintended release...

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Hey Ted, I have used them both ways; never had to release them in an avy yet... most customers are mixed on their use... I think a lot of it depends on your experience level, folks wrecking/not picking good lines, etc. might find them releasing/catching on stuff... I have never had them just release on their own without some sort of outside intervention... I personally would install them just for the insurance/peace of mind...

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Will the M/L size fit women's boots size...

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Will the M/L size fit women's boots size 7.5? Do they make a S/M?

Is that a walk mode toggle on the back of...

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Is that a walk mode toggle on the back of the bindings? I am just curious about these bindings and the voile interface. I am interested in getting a splitboard setup as I want to start exploring the backcountry. Does anyone know about the Karakorams and how they match up to the Lightrails? Thanks.

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Hey JV, not sure what you are referring to/looking at "walk mode toggle", do you mean the metal hanging down in the back of the binding in the first picture? This is a support tab that fits into the heel puck and keeps the binding from shifting when in touring mode and standing flat foot. It is also there as a guide to stop the binding from sliding off the pucks when in riding mode... If you go with Karakorams you have to use their splitboard hardware; one more thing to buy... drop me an email for more information.

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That would be the Forward Lean Adjustment tab for the highback(see last photo). Cheers.

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I know what you mean. That lever on the high back is a forward lean adjuster. I'm old school (started SB'ing in '88) and I still ride a SL/GS race setup with my original Burton Reactor boots that use a plate binding (see hardbooter.com or carver's almanac). The Reactor's have a Ride&Relax lever that does 2 things: Releases the upper cuff for walking comfort and has 3 presets (newer boots have 5) to lock in forward lean. At this time no highback binding has a similar lever.

Hey just wondering if you know if anyone...

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Hey just wondering if you know if anyone else was having problems with the Voile light rail binding fitting properly on the pucks. I just bought some and the pins don't quit fit into the holes because the plastic puck is just barely in the way, I might just shave a millimeter or two off but don't want to if I don't have to. Thanks

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I had to micro adjust the pucks also. I set the rear puck and loosened the front just enough to allow the front puck to move, slide on the binding and slammed the pin in. than tightened down the front puck. works great now.