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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.

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5 5

Ski Strap made by MacGyver Himself

Is this a ski strap or an anything strap? I think I use this more for everything under the sun. Specifically securing bikes on hitch mount racks. They work great, are super cheap and tend to last a long time.

5 5

Gotta have piece of gear.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The more you use it you'll wonder how you got on without one. Use them on my skis and the tip below to secure fatbike tires to the racks is great!

Broken Dynafit heelpiece? No Problem.

Broken Dynafit heelpiece? No Problem.

Used one to keep everything together on the way down after discovering that the whole tower blew up.

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

Best Answer Responded on

They should be sold individually, Laurance. I haven't ever seen them packaged in pairs.

Responded on

Harrison is correct Laurance, these are sold singly.

5 5

Really great at holding stuff together.

Or you can strap your ice ax to your ski pole for a make shift whippet!

5 5

Mission Critical

Don't leave home without em. You could probably fix the handle on your coffee mug with these guys if it broke. Just sayin'.

5 5

Length matters......

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love them! I have the 15inch ones which work great but would recommend the next size up. They work great strapping skis together. I have used them snowmobiling as well as hiking Tuckerman's Ravine as you can see from the pic.

Advice: Don't leave home without them!

Length matters......
A Scary Story...

A Scary Story...

If you can see behind me there, I encountered a wild and also untamed gaper in the wilderness.
I dared not approach it directly and was advised not to feed it.

I humbly made my way around it, providing ample space and distance. Yet it fixed it's steely gaze upon my personage and began to follow me with great stealth.

I made conscious efforts to avoid eye contact and refrained from making sudden movement. Making my way atop the barren ridge, I glanced back in fear watching it continue to track me.

It was only miles later that I realized it was after my voile strap.
See - you can determine that the skis of the gaper are not secured at the tips. I had taken the time and care to secure my own skis with my favorite GO-TO piece of essential gear: the exalted Voile strap.

The gaper fixed his beady eyes upon my treasure and pursued me across the ridgetop at great speed. It was only a stroke of sheer luck and my lightweight dynafit setup that allowed me to escape: both with my life and my voile strap.

Moral of the story: You need this in the backcountry.

Ski Strap as Powerstrap

Ski Strap as Powerstrap

After my powerstrap snapped on my ski boot, the strap is working awesome for a temporary fix!

5 5

Awesome? Yep...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These have so many uses its crazy! I had a friend break the buckle of his helmet on a tour and gave him a voile strap to fix it. He copped it pretty bad with chaffing on his chin as you'd expect with hard rubber on soft skin but it meant he didnt have to ski without a helmet.

Someone needs to write a book: "101 Ways To Use Voile Straps". Or tell me if its already been done so I can buy it.

Ski Strap Usage Tip #692

Ski Strap Usage Tip #692

Side-hilling on steeps with no place on the pole to get a good grip?

No problem, just tightly wrap a ski strap around your pole and you have an instant grip!

Ski Strap Usage Tip #59

Ski Strap Usage Tip #59

After a day touring in the Hokkaido backcountry, breaking trail up to our thighs during massive snowfall, it was no wonder the small clip on my backpack chest strap was clogged with snow and I couldn't clear it. A 24 inch strap fixed the problem!

5 5

How did I manage without these?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things are great! A million and one uses and practically bullet proof. I need to get more and so should you

5 5

The Best!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Hands down these are the best ski straps out there. Super burly and durable. Quick on off. Range of sizes is awesome. Get more than a few!