If you‚re in the market for one touring ski to do it all, the Hyper Vector might just be for you. Boasting a lightweight and durable combination of paulownia wood and carbon fiber that sheds upwards of 15% weight, the Hyper series gets you deep into the backcountry. With a moderate waste and nimble turning radius, the Hyper Vector performs well in tight spots such as dense trees or narrow couloirs while early rise in the tip helps the ski float on deeper days. Camber underfoot delivers energy along the length of the ski keeping you glued to the mountain all day long (if that‚s what you‚re looking for.. of course). The Vector has been a staple of versatility in the ski touring world and we are excited at the upgrades Voile has made to this backcountry weapon.
|Lengths||171, 177, 184 cm|
|Dimensions||130 / 96 / 114 mm (177cm)|
|Profile||Rocker tip and tail, camber underfoot|
|Construction||Polyamide cap, carbon fiber|
|Manufactuer Warranty||1 year|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
At fist I didn't like these skis. But after getting more time on them, I realized it was my technique. You need to actively transfer weight early in turn transition. But if you do they ski like a dream. If you don't, they tend to grab. They are incredibly light and a no brainer for touring. They turn very well, and are dynamic in that you can change directions and turn radius very easily where there are obstacles -- and in my case when my dog is running in front of me ;-). They are, however light and will get pushed around a bit in chunky snow, so be prepared for your tips to be banging together. I would definitely recommend. In fact I may be buying a pair of Voile Objective BC skis next year for low angle touring where it's all up-and-down all day with very little elevation gain.