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Lightweight touring skis that sprint up the skin track and handle versatile conditions like a champ.

Sprint up the skin track with the lightweight Voile Vector Ski and begin your quest for soft, shady snow stashes. The win-win combo of tip-and-tail rocker with traditional camber underfoot and a slightly raised tail lets you carve, slarve, shralp, and slash. After all, backcountry terrain can vary from side to side, morning to noon, and top to bottom.

Its rockered tip, slightly raised tail, and traditional camber underfoot lets the Vector float in untrack terrain, provides stability and pop in the tail, and supplies supreme edgehold in bulletproof conditions. Designed with Voile's legendary lightweight construction, the Vector's aspen wood core is super-light, tough, and stable, while its cap construction reduces weight for quick climbing and easy maneuverability. Its waist is wide enough for ankle-deep pow and crud yet plenty agile for quick turns, while the Vector's semi-wide-radius sidecut gives you high-speed stability when you're ripping down tight tree runs or charging down wide open bowls.

  • Tip rocker, regular camber underfoot, slightly raised tail
  • Cap construction
  • Aspen wood core
  • 92-96mm waist (depending on the ski's length)
  • Semi-wide-radius sidecut
  • Sintered base

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5 5

Love 'em

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great. I have the BC version but will probably get the normal ones as well this season. Super lightweight, great floatation for their size and weight.

The Vector BC climb pretty well in spring conditions too, but they're slow on flats and won't go backwards. Charger BCs are even more slowed/grippy than the vector bcs in my experience.

5 5

Ski Mountaineer's Dream

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have three seasons on my Vectors. They are the best ski I have ever been on for high altitude missions. They are stiff enough for bulletproof conditions, and are lively enough to be fun in the powder. The mount point makes them ski a bit longer than you would think. Don't be fooled by their width, which is narrow by any modern ski standard. I have skied these in 3 ft. of fresh powder and they were super fun, TONS of float for their width. That said, their forte is gobbling up thousands of feet of vertical on spring corn and those 6-10 inch powder days. The fact that these skis cost about 200.00 less than anything in the same weight category is nothing short of amazing.