Seeking backcountry slopes to make turns can mean spending most of the time just getting to the goods. Backcountry skiing can encompass a wide range of experiences. To build a ski worthy of doing any or all, one might start with the Voile Vector; wide enough for powder, narrow enough for quick response in tight couloirs, rocker enough to handle deep mank, camber enough to handle hardpack. Build the Vector with Voile's Ultra construction and the weight goes down, saving ones legs for the turns. Add in Voile's BC base with a Nordic ski type traction pattern, and the miles that can be covered without resorting to full skins will take less time. Put together the result is the any snow, any terrain backcountry ski, the Voile UltraVector BC.
- Traction pattern scaled base means you only need skins on the steepest climbs
- Very light, a 177cm pair weighs under 6lbs 15oz
- Sidecut in 177cm is 130-96-114mm; sidecut is proportioned in each length
- Sizing suggestion/skier weight: 154cm/90-140lbs; 164cm/110-150lbs; 171cm/110-150lbs; 177cm/120-190lbs; 184cm/140+lbs
- Construction of aspen wood laminate, Carbon weave, rubber foil, and an anti-ice topsheet
- Please note, use of quiver killers will void warranty