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Voile Ski Straps 9 Through 24 inches

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      $5.50
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      $6.50
    • Orange, 32in
      $9.00
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      $5.50
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      $6.00
    • Blue, 25in
      $6.50
    • Blue, 32in
      $9.00
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      $5.50
    • Green, 20in
      $6.00
    • Green, 25in
      $6.50
    • Green, 32in
      $9.00
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      $5.50
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      $6.00
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      $6.50
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      $9.00
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    Details

    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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    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.

      It can come in handy in a tight spot

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Basically I bought this to carry skis but i take it almost everywhere with me so i can strap my stuff to other stuff when i find myself in a pickle. Now I dont leave the house without it. I even keep a couple in my car in case of emergency.

      Burly Strap

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I picked this up to keep my skis together, but it has ended up in pretty much any situation where stuff needs to be attached to other stuff. My only problem is that now I can't live without them.

      Multi Purpose, Multi Sport

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Pretty much any adventure I'm on, I have at least one or two Voile straps with me. They come in a clutch when things go wrong. I carry them with me skiing & touring, biking (note the Voile strap in my fanny pack here), hiking, on the river, you name it, I have it with!

      Multi Purpose, Multi Sport

      A million uses, indestructible.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These things are beefy. I use them to secure soft luggage bags to my dual sport motorcycle for overnight/multi-day trips. They have just enough flex to hold heavy loads securely in place and can be cinched up very tight yet not so much that the load shifts. Truly a great product. They get a serious workout off road on the motorcycle and show no signs of giving up. Get them.

      Jack Of All Trades

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The single most useful item in any skier's backpack. We spent 45 minutes rigging make-shift rescue sleds using skis and shovels all somehow held together by these straps. Never leave for a tour without one or more likely four.

      It's life saver!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Always throw a couple of these in your pack whenever you're venturing outdoors. There are so many uses for this strap it's crazy. I have most uses for this strap when I'm touring in the backcountry. I've used it multiple times when I've blown skins or in most recent times, when my binding strap broke. You never know when things can go wrong, so be sure to have a few of these things handy and you'll be ready for the unexpected.

      It's  life saver!

      Don't leave home without one, or twelve.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      It's always a good idea to keep a few of these in various sizes in your pack whenever you go touring. I prefer Voile straps to other ones out there, mainly because the metal prong seems stronger than the plastic you'll find on other brands.

      Must have

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have 3 different sizes of these and they come in handy for many situations in the Backcountry. You can strap gear on your pack with them, temporarily fix a broken binding, strap your skis together, and more. These are a must have for going in the backcountry.

      Backcountry essential

        I never go touring without a few voile straps stashed away, and they have come in handy on too many occasions to count. From holding on a slippery skin to jury rigging a broken binding, these are invaluable and I recommend stocking up every season.

        I just bought 10.

        Straptastic

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Used these to keep skis together on my Black Diamond pack while hiking with skis in cross carry configuration. Skis didn't wiggle around and these are really easy and quick to put on. I'm not using Velcro straps anymore. These straps are much more versatile. I will carry these in my pack from now on.

        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?