Voile Revelator Splitboard - Men's

Voile Revelator Splitboard - Men's
Voile Revelator Splitboard - Men's
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Revelator Splitboard - Men's by Voile
The Revelator Split helps you get to the top of distant peaks and shreds untracked powder like a solid board. Unlike traditional splits, this board uses the Channel Puck System, which makes setting up your pucks easy because it offers an infinite range of angles and stance widths for you to get your stance exactly right. Camber underfoot provides pop and power, and improves edge hold on hardpack, while early-rise rocker in the tip and tail gives it float in powder and offers a more forgiving feel. A setback stance helps you keep your nose up in the deep stuff, and carbon glass ensures a stiff, responsive flex for control and precision. Paulownia wood in the core decreases weight without sacrificing strength, and it comes from sustainably-harvested trees. The Revelator also includes clips, pucks, screws, and T-nuts so you can get out into the backcountry right away.

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SKU: VOLP077
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