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Voile Speed Rail Splitboard Binding


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    3 Reviews


    Say goodbye to pins forever.

    There's no need to mess with pesky slider pins when you could be touring on the Voile Speed Rail Splitboard Binding's intuitive hook-to-axle interface. Introduced last season, the Speed Rail ditches slider pins for an upward-facing hook that attaches to a solid axle, allowing free-pivoting action when you're touring uphill. When it's time to ride, simply pop off the binding, slide it front-to-back on Voile Pucks, and snap down the rear locking latch. It's really that easy and quick during transitions, giving you an excellent touring and riding interface.

    For this season, Voile tweaked a few things with the Speed Rail, making it more durable and easier to use while touring. Among its best features, the new Ride-N-Stride Highback features a forward lean toggle that pops in and out of place between ride and touring mode. When it's pulled outwards, the forward lean toggle slides away from the heelcup, giving you an additional 25-degrees of stride length. When it's time to ride, simply snap it back down to obtain your pre-set forward lean setting.

    Another new feature is a heel lock-down while touring, which is essential for cruising over rolling meadows en route to the ascent, traversing ridgelines, and sidestepping. Moreover, you'll find it's now reinforced with brass bushings, which provide greater reliability over time. The rest of the binding retains its upgraded straps from last season, 6061-T6 aluminum baseplate, and fully adjustable heelcup.

    Please note, the Speed Rail Splitboard Binding comes with dual-height climbing wires, touring brackets, and mounting hardware for both the climbing wires and touring brackets. It doesn't come with Voile Pucks, which are sold separately.

    • Ditch slider pins for good with the Speed Rail Binding
    • Upward-facing hooks attach to axle with free-pivoting action
    • Slides onto pucks from front-to-back, with locking rear latch
    • 6061-T6 aluminum baseplate and upgraded straps over Light Rail
    • Ride-N-Stride Highback offers additional 25-degrees of stride
    • Heel lock-down for side-stepping and traversing ridgelines
    • Reinforced with brass bushings for greater durability
    • Sizing: small 4 to 7.5, medium 8 to 10.5, large 11+
    • Item #VOL002V

    Tech Specs

    Ride-N-Stride Highback (nylon)
    6061-T6 aluminum, adjustable aluminum heelcup
    Ankle Strap
    core-out, pre-curved strap
    Toe Strap
    toe cap
    compatible with Voile puck system
    Tool-less Adjustment
    yes, Ride-N-Stride forward lean, strap adjustments
    Claimed Weight
    3lb 8oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pioneers in backcountry gear, voiles painless bindings are a dream. Simple no hassle design is minimal yet functional. The heel lever lockdown for riding mode is secure and easy to use. Strips are light and comfortable. The high back tour mode is the perfect angle to avoid fatigue.

    Best deal out there for a great binding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Voile let me demo these last season and I have to say is it is the best bang for buck on the split binding market, all the upgrades are awesome and truly compete with the other split binding companies. Ease of tour/walk mode on the high back, ease of transition in and out of ride to tour mode, and the straps are amazingly light. They made changes to the hinges and made it brass as well. The highback also finally have holes for your ski straps if you want more torsional flex while skinning on traverses.

    If you have any questions, hit me up on your next split set up or if you have questions on split gear.

    Best deal out there for a great binding

    Lemme Upgrade You

      If you have any gear or sizing questions on your next splitboarding set up give me a shout! By phone at 801 204 4694 or email at

      This season I'm super stoked to use Voile's upgraded Speed Rail bindings. Just as I thought I was getting good at telemark splitboarding, Voile swooped in with the heel lock down. In addition, they upgraded the materials on their touring bracket to avoid the cracking that was reported in the 16/17 model. AND THEY HAVE WALK MODE! It's Christmas for Voile lovers.

      Upgrades aside, the east of use and transition in the Speed Rails is top notch. I can switch from uphill to downhill mode in the same time my skier friends do on the hill.

      One point I'd like to hit on in the review is that emergency repairs on the hill are pretty easy and straight forward with the Voile Set up. I've had to do on hill repairs for Karakoram and Voile in the past and Karakorams are definitely a nightmare in comparison.

      These bindings are far superior to their Light Rail or plate set up. The weight you lose the and the responsiveness you gain with this set up is well worth the cost.