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Voile Ski Straps 9 Through 24 inches

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    Voile Straps—carry a couple extra, just in case.

    No matter how wide your skis are, you're going to be able to find a Voile Ski Strap that'll keep 'em from banging together when you're booting up a ridge or just trying to cross the road after an epic dawn patrol. Made of tough and stretchy polyurethane, Voile straps are much more versatile than duct tape, zip ties, and bailing wire combined.
    • Item #VOL0083

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [strap] polyurethane, [buckle] aluminum, (9 inch) [buckle] nylon
    Recommended Use
    holding skis together, fixing a broken ski, a-framing your skis, attachment to your pack
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    What do you think about this product?

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    Must have gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Bought these to replace Velcro straps that ice up on the way to slopes when skis travel on roof rack. I am sold, they remain soft and pliable even when iced up.

    Made a trip to Vermont to go ice climbing during the 2017 ice festival and used them to secure crampons to my pack and never came loose.

    I will be buying others that are longer to secure snow shoes and other gear.

    Have already sold a pair when a buddy that saw me using them.

    Voile Ski Straps

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These straps are tried and true. Fast, easy, and durable.

    In addition to using them with my splitboard, I also keep a few with my backpacking kit for attaching odds and ends to my pack when a carabiner just doesn't cut it.

    Essential

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things are great to have in your pack and could be used for many different situations. Holding skis or your split together, temporarily fixing a broken pole, strapping your foot to your snowboard binding if a strap breaks. I have a bunch of these in different sizes and use them all.

    Better than Duck Tape

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Can't rave about these enough! My ski poles broke deep in the backcountry of the Tetons this winter, and my handy voile ski strap held it together (25inch). Was able to wrap it around 5 times and secure it for the skin out. I've also used these to hold a pair of skins on when a friends' adhesive failed after a wet day in the backcountry. these things do-it-all.

    Essential

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    A few of these live in my backcountry pack at all times. They really are indispensable. Hold your skis and poles together in the car, strap your skins to your skis when your skin glue fails, strap your boot to your skis when your Dynafits break... the list goes on. They're great at holding broken stuff together and in all the years I've used them I've never seen one break. Only problem is they tend to walk away when you loan them out, so buy extras!

    Does The Job

      I use a couple different sizes of these straps to keep my snowshoes and trekking poles wrapped up in a tight little package. They work great, even down to sub-freezing temps, and the bright green color means they're easy to find when I need them.

      Not much is more useful for so much stuf

        I see this as a critical piece of equipment for backcountry adventures. I keep about 4 in my pack for typical tours (mostly in case no one else has any). But these along with a small roll of duct tape will save your ass when it needs saving. My buddy's ski broke in half during a tour(pictured). 4 Volie straps were the only way his skin would stay on. While it wasn't a life or death situation, it allowed us to get back to the car without much extra turmoil. Without voile straps, it would have been a much much worse day.



        They are also great for holding things in general. Having varying lengths is helpful as well.

        Not much is more useful for so much stuf

        Must Have

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        These things are necessary for anyone going into the backcountry… or for pretty much anything else in life. I have used these to keep my skis together for long treks to the top of a steep peak or for securing your bike to a rack when the tire strap broke. It’s worth having a few in your pack just in case and for the price there really isn’t a reason you shouldn’t have them. I prefer the 20” ones but all sizes can be used for various things.

        Silly question... do these come as individual straps or as a pair?

        What size for Spatulas?

        What size for Spatulas?

        I have the praxis powderboards which are the same size as the spatulas. I use the 18" strap around the very center of the ski, and they fit perfectly. 18 inches is about 46 cm. the ski is 136mm underfoot or 13.6 cm. Back to back that's 27.2 cm together plus let's say 6cm of thickness to account for the sidewall of the skis. That's still under 34 cm or 13.4 inches. Leaving plenty of extra strap. I've been very happy with the amount of room and easy on and off with the 18 inch strap. You can use 24 for sure but there will plenty of extra strap hanging off.

        Do you have in stock Voile straps with the...

        Do you have in stock Voile straps with the metal buckle instead of the plastic buckle?? Strapping bags to off road motorcycles and fear the plastic may snap under the duress of offroading.

        Thanks in advance.

        What size do I need for A-frame with a...

        What size do I need for A-frame with a Volkl T-Rock (119-87-111) ski? Should I go bigger than required for other purposes?