The Voile V6 is the Wasatch's hardest-working backcountry ski. Whether you're a beginner looking for an all-around setup for good and bad snow, or a veteran skier in search of the perfect every-morning ski, the V6 has you covered. The V6 is a light, wide ski that floats over powder and hugs chunder. Featuring early-rise rocker and a carbon fiber, aspen, and fiberglass sandwichconstruction, the V6 delivers quick handling and easy edging in variable snow conditions. Each size is different at the tip and underfoot to give every skier a more consistent experience. It isn't the stiffest ski that we offer and it isn't the widest, but it'll be the set that you reach for nearly every day out. Suitable for both AT and telemark riding.
More details and specifications at Voile's website.
Voile V6 Hyper
The Voile V6 Hyper features the same handling and versatility of the original V6 while dropping weight off of the V6's already light design. If you're looking for the lightest setup that will still handle nearly every kind of snow, this is the ski. By increasing their use of carbon fiber, Voile has managed to shave off nearly a pound in most sizes compared to the original workhorse V6. The V6 Hyper's light weight and tight radius mean that you'll climb steep tracks and weave through trees with the utmost of ease. The somewhat stiffer flex means that no matter what snow conditions you face, you'll glide over and through without floundering or deflecting. With the V6 Hyper, you'll be able to squeeze every last possible foot of vert out of your dawn patrol.
More details and manufacturer specifications at Voile's site.
The Voile Supercharger sits on the gnarlier side of the company's venerable V6 but hikes faster than the hard-charging V8. The Supercharger is the lap ski for deep powder: it's light, wide (greater than 100mm underfoot), and is made for a variety of snow conditions. It features a small radius for dancing through trees and, thanks to a layer of carbon fiber weave, early-rise rocker fore and aft for floating through blower powder, andthe stiffness to hammer through bad snow. If your days out are long and involve steep lines and deep snow, the Supercharger is the ski for you.
More details and manufacturer's specifications at Voile's site.
The Voile HyperCharger is the high alpine light ski for those looking to crank out lots of vert and big lines. Voile switches from fiberglass to carbon fiber and from Aspen to Paulownia wood in the sandwich construction of the Charger to make a ski that is significantly lighter and stiffer but still capable of throwing down. A wide tip and waist and Voile's Early-Rise Camber keep you on top of steep chutes while the minimal taper keeps the ski stable at speed.