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Voile HyperVector BC Touring Skis

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From its inception, we have loved the versatility of the moderately wasted Vector. Nimbleness in tight spots, float on deeper days, and moderate camber underfoot make this a ski you can count on no matter the conditions. Couple in Voile's new Hyper construction which features lightweight Paulownia and carbon fiber, we now have that same versatility we love with 15% less weight to haul uphill. Voile absolutely nailed this ski and if you want to reap the benefits, but are worried that your ski approaches might be too long and hilly to justify an alpine setup, then the BC construction is for you. With a scaled base the HyperVector BC makes hilly approaches a breeze without the need for skins. While this technology doesn't negate the need for skins on steeper climbs, it makes navigating long rolling approaches easier than ever. Without the added weight of skins, these skis feel like feathers on your feet and will have you miles ahead of your partners while they are stuck transitioning time and time again. If your tours include long rolling approaches, but you don't want to ski steep couloirs on nordic skis, then look no farther than the HyperVector BC.

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Specs Product Details
Weight 1265g (177cm)
Lengths 171, 177, 184 cm
Dimensions 130 / 96 / 114 mm (177cm)
Profile Rocker tip and tail, camber underfoot
Construction Polyamide cap, carbon fiber
Core Paulownia
Recommended Use All Mountain
Manufactuer Warranty 1 year

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Ben Hughey
Best of both worlds

I've only used it a couple times, but for low-angle touring, this ski seems to be perfect. The traction base can climb a decent angle without skins and on flats with a lightweight boot, you can kick-glide as if you were classic cross-country skiing. It's way faster to be able to glide up a 10% grade road on scales than trudge along with skins.

Traci Shalow
Voile HyperVector

This is the perfect ski for my needs touring backcountry mine and cattle roads. They work in both hard and soft snow conditions. Skins recommended in steeper uphill hard packed trail. This is my second BC set up I have purchased from these guys. Cripple Creek staff are knowledgeable and great to work with. Ask for Paul.

Heidi Wrighton

Voile HyperVector BC Touring Skis


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