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Voile Splitboard Skins Tail-Less


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    7 Reviews


    Incredible grip-to-glide ratio.

    The Voile Splitboard Skins Tail-Less make skinning an easier affair with their bomber tip attachment, tenacious adhesive, and hydrophobic nylon material. The stainless steel tip loop is attached to an anodized aluminum plate for nearly indestructible performance, even when you botch kickturns or smack objects underneath the snow.

    Hydrophobic nylon lends ample grip for skinning up steep slopes while smoothly gliding across rolling terrain. Since they're hydrophobic, the skins won't soak up excess moisture, which is especially important in springtime conditions. High-quality adhesive ensures reliability in extreme conditions, even after seasons of hardcore use. The skins' 152-centimer length and 130-millimeter width fits most splitboards on the market, with an included tool for trimming them to size.

    • Voile Splitboard Skins for backcountry touring
    • Hydrophobic nylon offers exceptional grip-to-glide
    • Steel tip loop attaches securely and resists damage
    • Included trim tool and nylon storage bag
    • Item #VOL001S

    Tech Specs

    [skin] hydrophobic nylon, [adhesive] tenacious glue
    Tip Attachment
    stainless steel loop with riveted attachment
    [width x length] 130mm x 152 cm
    Case Included
    yes, nylon storage bag
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 11 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Great Grip, But Needs Tail Clips

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These skins are a pretty solid choice for your splitboard. The grip is great and they weigh about the same as any other split skin. Voile includes a trim tool that is really easy to use to trim them down to fit your split. Now that I've tried other skins, I'm really impressed with the D-ring on the tip. When you are out on a chilly morning it's super easy to throw it over the tip of your split and it fits instantly.
    My one negative comment is Voile should include tail clips standard on these skins. The tail clips come in handy when you lose grip on an icy skin track to prevent the skin from peeling off and getting the glue wet. You can purchase Voile tail clips separately, but I think they should be part of the kit.

    Best Skins Out There

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    After putting about 140 days onto these, I'm sold. Voile has done a great job of combining a product that works and is incredibly durable. They'll be on their 3rd this coming up this year and I don't foresee any issues being able to use them on a daily basis.

    Great traction makes for easy skinning on steep uphills with just enough give that you can still slide easily when going down small slopes. The glue never comes off on your board, killing all the hard work you just put in either.

    After using G3, Montana, and Voile skins, these will definitely be my go to when my current pair dies out.

    Feel free to contact me with any splitboard related questions, I'd love to chat!

    Solid Skins!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These were my first skins and they work great. With skins , it's always a compromise between grip and glide. I feel that these are a little more grippy than my G3's, but probably have slightly less glide. If you're a beginner, it might be worth getting the tail clip adapters or a pair that has the tail clips, but if you carry a few voile straps with you just in case you blow a skin from sliding back you should be just fine. You honestly can't go wrong with these!

    Going Up

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used these skins for a full season now and I have nothing negative to say about them at all. The glue is still holding up great and they've shown no sign of real wear yet. The grip is good in the steep sections and they glide fairly well when you have to go downhill. Some people use these with no tail clips but I just put some tail clips on right from the start. IMO it's worth the extra money and for the weight weenies out there, the added weight which is minimal. You'll be glad to have them when you're cruising past someone on the side of the skin track rigging their skins up with some Voile straps so that they stay on.

    Great Skins

      great skins for the price the my only negative thing i have to say about them is that there are no instructions for cutting luckily i work in a ski repair shop so the oldtimers showed me how to do so but others would have to go online and research or take them in to a ski shop to have them cut very high traction and great glue

      So far so good

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have these on a Jones Solution Splitboard and so far so good . They are durable, good glide. I also went ahead and got the voile tail clips to go along with them as it made the fit better and more secure. I have them on a 154 splitboard and they fit nicely .

      Been Using These For A Long Time

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you've got any Voile, Splitboard Skins, splitboard set up or any other gear questions, hit me up. Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).

      If you want some assistance building a splitboarding set up, drop me a line and I'll be able to assist with picking everything out and getting you into the proper touring set up (and we can chat avy gear too!).

      Skins Tail-Less:
      I've been rocking a pair of the Voile splitboard skins for the last few seasons. I started out with them having no tail clips and then when Voile started making the tail clip kits for splitboard skins, I picked up a pair and added them to my skins. There have been certain boards I've ridden the Voile skins on with out tail clips and its worked out nicely since the geometry of those boards wouldn't accept a tail clip.

      The thing I really love about them is the durability. My pair is on their third season and still going strong. The grip on the steeper skin tracks has been something I've enjoyed on the steeper skinners here in the Wasatch.

      Shoot me an email or call me and we can size up the skins for your board and work on any extra's you may need..

      Shoot me an email anytime you have questions about these skinsor if you'd like to compare splitboard skin options or work on a full splitboard set up! Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).