Attention details maniacs, over-discriminators and general malcontents: Your ski has just arrived.
To remain a contender in the backcountry ski category, Voile haslearned two valuable lessons. (1) Never rest on your laurels. (2) Never think that minuscule tweaks in any ski's design will not alter its performance.
Introducing the Voil̩ SuperCharger
Now, before you think it's an even-stiffer and more-aggressive version of theiroriginal Charger, think again, because the SuperCharger is absolutely none of those things. In fact, it's a ski probably more akin to theirvenerable V8. Except that it's not quite as fat. And has a slimmer waist. As well as a wider, hard-working tail. Oh, and a more-subdued version of theirsignature 'ÛÏVoil̩ Hybrid Rocker."
You can expect it to stick and hold a well-carved turn, yet weave through tight trees and rocks with ease. It's definitely not a ski for riding switch, but it may be our best ski ever for the bumps. (Did we just say that?) And, of course, it wouldn't bear our quirky name if it couldn't hold it's own in powder.
So, for skiers on either coast, and all points in-between, this might be the ideal ski. For skiers who enjoy making a variety of turn shapes and sizes in an even-larger variety of terrain and snow conditions, so much the better. And for skiers who just want to work a bit less while tearing up the hill, ditto that, too.
The all-new SuperCharger. Far from just a blend, it's true varietal. And one grown right here in Utah, USA.
Lightweight Aspen Wood Core
Carbon Fiberglass Layer
Triaxial Fiberglass Layer
Durable Polyamide Topsheet
2mm, Full-Perimeter Steel Edges
Voil̩ Hybrid Rocker