It just makes sense.
If you want to, you can give some mega-ski-corporation a huge chunk of money, wait for a huge snow, wake up at 5AM to get to a lift line at 7AM, wait til 9AM, and rush around like an idiot until the entire mountain is tracked out by 11AM. Then, go home and wait for more snow. Or you could pick up the Voile Artisan Wide Split Board for half the price of a season pass and ride waist-deep blower every day of the season at whatever time you decide to go. It's your call.
- Wide tip, waist, and tail for the large-of-foot
- Voile's hybrid rocker/camber provides tons of flotation while maintaining edge control on hardpack
- Radial sidecut for even, predictable turns on any type of snow
- Universal split board binding interface will accommodate any standard binding type
- Twin shape for maximum on-snow versatility
- Climbing wires included
Share your thoughts
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Really impressed by this board. Finally I feel Voile has come through with something that doesn't feel like a 2X4 strapped to your feet. The switch from skin to board has become easier with the now flush interface. In ride mode I feel this is Voile's closest production to a resort board yet. Light and easy to rely on the tail with a lot of mobility throughout the deck which is a far cry from the split-decision of yore. The board also boasts quick and precise turning for run outs where it counts. Thank you for listening to your riders via feedback or market demand.