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Get your powder fix long after the lifts are dishing out wall-to-wall hardpack. The Voile Split Board has been the industry standard for years, and now Voile cranks it up a notch with the Mojo RX. The Mojo gives you a rockered nose and tapered tail for better flotation in powder, while keeping the best qualities of the original Mojo. The Mojo comes with all the splitboard hardware and skins, so just add bindings and watch the powder fly.

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3 5


Let me preface my review with this: I have never splitboarded before. Never ridden any other splitboards besides this.

I guess maybe I had different expectations for what this board would feel like. It's heavy. Like... really heavy. Could definitely be because I'm used to riding light park boards, but this thing felt like a tank.

Something about this board just felt... off. I consider myself a pretty good rider and this thing had me totally off my game. Tons of things this could be attributed to (heavy PNW snow, me being used to riding a true twin vs a tapered directional powder board, me having size 9.5 boots on a board this wide... the list goes on).

It felt like it just wanted to point in a straight line, and if I tried to force it to do anything else I felt the flex of the board hindering me.

It's a splitboard, you can get out in the backcountry with a lot less effort (ONCE YOU MASTER IT!)

Doesn't handle hardpack well
Too wide for smaller feet? (I got a 161)
Difficult to learn without guidance
Flex is weird

Guess it's back to the park and riding inbounds for me!

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not come off like im attacking you, but if you ride in the park a lot this is a completely different arena, i get a burton custom x, and driver x boots every few years and thats a pretty stiff setup, and i have to say the voile isnt too bad, the hard pack sucks but this board is meant for the soft fluffy stuff, i actually really enjoy it inbounds as well if im gonna do a little sidecountry, maybe try to playing around with how you have your bindings setup, and check how your binding is on the slider plate, you may need to move it back (or forward), i brought my stance back but still kept it really responsive and floaty at the same time, like i said before the trick for me was adjusting my binding back on the slider plate and this made a big difference.... play around with it some more, it took me a while to find my sweet spots but once i did i fell in love....... good luck

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I've never ridden this board but I have ridden splits before and I guess I'll throw in my 2 cents:

ANY splitboard is going to weigh more than any comparable normal board - there's just more to it... BUT that's not really a fair comparison. For most users a splitboard is replacing snowshoes AND a board, so I guess that's a more appropriate weight comparison. That and the fact that you're not carrying a massive piece of gear on your back (where it messes more with your balance) either going up or down.

Some friends - one owns a significant board co (and has a split in his lineup) and another a lauded AK big mountain guy put it like this: If you took a performance car, gas-axed right down the middle, then reattached those two halves with a few fixtures you wouldn't expect the same performance... It might be okay, it might be awful, but no way is it going to ride like a normal board. A splitboard is a compromise. If you're happy to give up some down hill performance for up hill / flat ease then you'll be happy.

I wouldn't be hiking if it weren't for the ride down. That's really what it's all about for me. I'm out there for the ride.

So I snowshoe...

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Do yourself a favor and buy a splitboard. There are a tiny minority of those who snowshoe out there (Chris Chan). There are also those out there who get nasty looks from everyone in the backcountry because you're royally messing up the hard worked for smooth skin track with those awful snowshoes (also you chris chan!). Anyone who thinks a splitboard ruins their riding ability probably hasn't spent much time riding big mountain boards. If you took a mojo in the halfpipe, it'd be a train wreck. If you take a mojo where it's designed to go, big mountain pow lines, it'll perform incredibly well.

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If youre worried about rigidity along the joint you should check out Karakoram. They make spliboard bindings as well as new clips that eliminate the slop that the stock Voile hooks have in them. The difference is astounding.

i love the backcountry.....but im confused...

i love the backcountry.....but im confused to why these board would be the best for the trees....and also the binding setup is weird to me

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This is a split board. It is not "best for the trees". The boards splits down the middle and acts as skis so that you can skin up a mountain side to gain access to hard to reach areas. You then put the board back together and snowboard down, that is why the bindings look so weird. They convert from a ski type binding that lifts in the heels so you can walk in them, to a legit snowboard binding for the ride down.

5 5

Pure Happiness on Your Feet!!!!

I am riding the 161 with Spark bindings and Burton Driver X's (165 lbs 5'10"). This is the second split from Voile I have owned the other being the 166 Mojo. I am also riding the following solid boards: 162 Burton Malolo, 159 Burton Vapor. This board and the 162 Burton Malolo (camber only version) have very similar dimensions the only difference being the tip rocker on the Voile Mojo Rx.

Riding this split makes me feel like I am on a gravy train with biscuit wheels. It climbs great and descends even better. Riding this board is almost like cheating the amount of rocker is just enough to make the tip unsinkable without sacrificing stability. The rocker also makes it hard to hook the tip when you are not intending to. This is especially noticeable when riding conditions are not ideal (crust, upsidedown snow,etc..). While on groomers the rockered part of the tip does vibrate, but it does not effect edge hold or performance (the part that vibrates is off the snow and it is dampened). If you have ridden a board similar to Malolo and like it this is the split for you.

What is included with this board? It says...

What is included with this board? It says it comes with skins, is this true?

Basically what I'm asking is if I have bindings already, do I just need to purchase this in order to get out there?

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Yes, all you need is a pair of bindings-as far as the board goes...... Collapsable poles, beacon, avalung, shovel/probe etc etc.

Unanswered Question

How much does a Mojo-RX splitboard weigh...

How much does a Mojo-RX splitboard weigh in the 171cm length?
How about the Never Summer Summit splitboard in the 169cm?

the night before

the night before

geting ready for trip in around 150 years old cottage in back - country of Slovakia

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make sure whatever skins you're using connect securely at the tails, too (i.e. don't rely on the sticky alone). Skins seem to not stick well once it's around 5 degrees F or colder, and you aren't going to want to have to worry about that. Have fun!

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make sure whatever skins you're using connect securely at the tails, too (i.e. don't rely on the sticky alone). Skins seem to not stick well once it's around 5 degrees F or colder, and you aren't going to want to have to worry about that. Have fun!