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Voile Revelator BC Splitboard

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    Don't forget to bring a snorkel.

    If you're lucky enough to live in a place where chest-deep turns are the norm, then you want the Voile Revelator BC Splitboard when you head into the backcountry. It has a long, rockered nose and a tapered tail to keep you afloat in bottomless powder.

    Splitboards have traditionally used drilled inserts to mount the binding pucks. Because these inserts offer a finite range of angles, getting the pucks lined up exactly has always been a hassle. However, the new Channel Puck System makes setting up your pucks easy because it offers an infinite range of angles and stance widths so you can get it exactly right. The Revelator BC also has a unique traction pattern on the base for low-angle climbs. Not intended to replace skins, the traction pattern simply makes it so you don't have to bust out the skins for long, flat approaches and ridge crossings, saving you time and effort.

    Camber underfoot provides pop and power, and improves edge hold on hardpack, while early-rise rocker in the tip and tail gives it float in powder and offers a more forgiving feel. A setback stance helps you keep your nose up in the deep stuff, and carbon glass ensures a stiff, responsive flex for control and precision. Paulownia wood in the core decreases weight without sacrificing strength, and it comes from sustainably-harvested trees. The Revelator also includes clips, pucks, screws, and T-nuts so you can get into the backcountry right away.

    • Camber with early rise tip and tail
    • Directional shape
    • Channel puck system
    • Traction pattern on base
    • Stiff flex
    • Carbon glass
    • Paulownia wood core
    • Includes clips, pucks, screws, and T-nuts
    • Item #VOL000B

    Tech Specs

    159 cm, 162 cm, 165 cm, 169 cm
    camber/early rise
    Effective Edge
    [159cm] 1037 mm, [162cm] 1067 mm, [165cm] 1097 mm, [169cm] 1127 mm
    Waist Width
    [159cm] 257 mm, [162cm] 261 mm, [165cm] 263 mm, [169cm] 265 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [159cm] 8.8 m, [162cm] 9 m, [165cm] 9.2 m, [169cm] 9.4 m
    Stance Width
    [159cm] 25.5 in, [162cm] 25.75 in, [165cm, 169cm] 26 in
    Stance Setback
    1.18 in
    carbon glass
    sintered 4000
    Hardware Included
    yes, channel pucks, screws, t-nuts
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [159cm] 130 - 200 lb, [162cm] 130 - 210 lb, [165cm, 169cm] 150 + lb
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Dressed to Impress

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The revelator is one badass split board! I am fairly new to backcountry snowboarding, but was able to get out and test this board in the Little Cottonwood Canyon here in Utah in March and was really impressed.

    My first impressions were how light this set up is. With the Voile bindings, skins and hardware it is pretty damn light (relative to the other older Voile boards I had tried when renting them from the University of Utah for my first couple of tours). I was blown away at how light it was, even when boot packing.

    So let's talk powder. Besides the peace and serenity - powder is what draws us all to the backcountry. Right?

    After ascending for 2.5 hours up a ridge in the LCC it was finally go time. The slight setback on this board, rockered nose and tapered tail is a powder hound. The Revelator tore up the 1-1.5' of pow that was out there and had me smiling ear to ear after getting to the bottom of the run.

    If you are looking to upgrade the current split board and looking for something that surfs pow, fairly light weight and crushes the backcountry - look no further.

    Hit me up if you have any questions or just wanna talk about this board as your next option.

    low angle dream

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Let's get right to the point... you probably won't be able to go up anything over 20 degrees without skins and or crampons. If you live somewhere that has mellow approaches these would be a lot faster transition then having to deal with skins. That being said if you are on steeper tracks most of the time, these will have their moments of use but not as handy as it could be.

    The board handles like you would think. It is pretty easy to flex and the nose really helps the float. The Channel system is nice. It allows for a more precise stance width and easy stance changing

    if you would like to talk about this splitboard or any other splitboard/snowboard we sell, hit me up.

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