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Voile Splitboard Hardware Puck Set


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    25 Reviews


    Splitboard Hardware Puck Set

    Get on your way to exploring what lies beyond the resort by outfitting your splitboard with the Voile Splitboard Hardware Puck Set. It includes everything you need to mount traditional bindings on a splitboard in riding mode.
    • Includes:
    • Four pucks
    • Four puck gaskets
    • Two in-line slot discs
    • Two parallel slot discs
    • Eight M6 x 10.7mm truss-head screws
    • Alignment guide
    • Item #VOL001E

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
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    What do you think about this product?

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    Works great.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Compatible with the Burton Hitchhiker bindings. (
    Easy to use, easy to set up, easy to adjust, and very durable.

    Love Canted Option

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've used canted bindings on my resort board for while now and am happy to see a similar option for backcountry setups. I'm using these pucks with Burton Hitchhiker bindings and they have been great. Zero compatibility issues, the bindings fit great without any sanding required.

    I will say that installing these was a major pain. The rubber gaskets are hilariously small, which makes fitting them to the pucks not easy.

    Cant or Flat? Cant away!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    You’ll notice that these pucks come in two different styles 1. Regular and 2. Canted. I’ve had the regular in the past and it’s great. Super easy and straight forward. I made the switch to Canted (2 degree slant) which simply helps with the early rise, easier on the ankles and matches well with the camber of the board under your foot. Can’t go wrong with either option! If you go to the Canted style, you cannot go back to the flat. You’ll be committed to the 2 degrees, so keep that in mind while purchasing.

    Bought these for my Spark R&D's

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these pucks as a cheaper alternative for your my new Spark R&Ds. These are great quality, however the rubber piece is really tricky to place into the pucks. Haven't had the chance to use these yet since there hasn't been much snow to tour.

    What you need with a factory split

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is what you need if you have split specific bindings and a factory splitboard (Karakoram clips or Voile hooks). They work fairly well and the price is right. Like other reviewers said, it is a tight fit and you really have to dial it in before getting out. They are almost half the price of the Spark pucks. If you can afford it, the Spark pucks are a bit easier to get dialed in but these do the same job for $30 less and a bit more elbow grease.

    Essential Gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Do you have Karakoram bindings? Nah, you're too cool for all that mechanical engineering. You've chosen to stick with the OG puck sliding system. These pucks are essential to any Voile binding or Spark R&D binding system.

    Set up is straight forward. I would recommend getting some locktite glue so they stay secure all season long.

    If you're having a hard time sliding your bindings on and off I'd recommend getting some sandpaper and sanding the edges down a bit. When Voile manufactures a big set of these puppies, you can get a bit of extra plastic on some.

    If you have any questions on your new splitboard set up, please reach out to me with questions. As a gearhead I'm here to be your personal expert to get you ready for an awesome season in the backcountry.

    Essential Gear

    ! ! ! WARNING - BEWARE OF USING LOCTITE ! ! ! Loctite chemically attacks the glass-filled nylon which is used to make many commonly found snowboard and splitboard binding hardware. DO NOT get liquid Loctite on ANY plastic components. If you're going to use it, give yourself a couple of days, apply the Loctite ONLY to the TIPS of the screws, and LET DRY. Wipe any excess Loctite off gently with a rag, and when assembling, take care not to let the Loctite touch any plastic/nylon hardware. My experience is that fresh loctite and 1 (ONE!) day of riding will destroy pucks/mounting discs. This is not something that you want to be worrying about as you drop in somewhere in avalanche country....

    These were exactly what I needed!

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

    I was trying to finish my split set up and needed pucks. I have a Jones Solution with Vole Light Rail bindings and these pucks work perfectly! Shout out to my gear head, Zach, for helping me out and answering all my silly questions!!!!

    Highly Recommended!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These pucks work great and are an essential part to a splitboard set up. Being that there are a lot of components to a splitboard, you'll most likely want to take a bit of time to set it all up correctly. When it comes to these pucks, you need to make sure everything is aligned, so that the bindings can slide on seamlessly. However, once you've got these bad-boys set up and locked in, you'll find that they're bomb-proof and you won't have to touch them again (of course, unless you want to). I've had Voile pucks last me years through tons of wild adventures. I'd highly recommend these to anyone who wants a reliable product!

    Awesome, works with Spark R&D

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are great pucks! Lightweight, inexpensive, gets the job done. Make sure you take the time to get your angles right and use the alignment guide!!!

    I used these with my Burton HitchHikers (Spark R&D) and they work great. You may need to shave the sides of the pucks with some sandpaper to get the Spark R&Ds to go on/off easily, but just take enough off to where there is little resistance.

    Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or if you have any additional questions or want to get an awesome set up going!

    Awesome, works with Spark R&D

    Great Price

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought these for a friend, and he has feedback to share:
    These pucks are great and totally worth the money. Other brands are out there, but they do cost more. I've used these on multiple trips and have never had an issue with my bindings not sliding on. Really smooth and easy to install. I was unsure how well they would work with the Spark Surge Bindings, but they work well! Overall, I am impressed with the quality and cost efficiency. Definitely would buy again.

    Do the job well

      These work great with my Voile light rails as they are designed to do, careful of icing, I always bring a brush up to keep annoying ice and snow out when trying to slide on the bindings. Kind of a paint to adjust.


        These pucks work, but are a pain in the butt to install. After you finally get them installed everything has to be PERFECT for them to work, and never flawlessly till you use them a enough to shave off enough plastic for the binding to slide easily. If you can afford the Spark r+d pucks I would highly recommend them over these, with superior installation, better hardware (made with metal Instead of plastic), fast and easy to adjust as well. That being said tho if you're on a budget, these get the job done.

        Are these DIY compatible and will they work with spark arc bindings?


        These will work with Spark bindings. As for DIY compatible, are you looking for compatibility with plates or mounting these to the board with t-nuts and not in a set of inserts? If so, you'd want the pucks that come with the DIY kit for that.

        Feel free to hit me up with any snowboard or splitboard questions!