Voile builds all their skis and splitboards out of Utah, and as such, their splitboards need to be versatile enough to ride through Utah's thick trees, steep couloirs, and the occasional apron in spring corn or the best powder on earth. The Spartan Splitboard sports Voile's freeride camber, which combines an early rise tail and nose with soft camber that can float the deepest pow and edge through the iciest hardpack. This unique shape provides a snappy turn radius that can maneuver around tight trees with ease, or bomb down a powdery aprons with minimal turning. If it were a snowboard, the Spartan would be considered all-mountain, but since it splits in two, this board could be considered all-backcountry. Voile built the Spartan out of aspen wood for a stiff feel, but its easy flex accommodates riders of all levels. The triax wrap amplifies the wood core's torsional rigidity for a naturally surfy ride in powder. Voile capped the core and wrap without adding sidewalls to keep the splitboard's weight down, and added full steel edges to make up for overall durability. Without any frilly top sheets or intricate designs, the Spartan keeps a low price so every rider can have an opportunity to tour the backcountry.
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Voile Spartan Splitboard - Men's
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