Voile UltraVector Ski

Voile UltraVector Ski
Voile UltraVector Ski
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UltraVector Ski by Voile
Some argue that you can have too much of a good thing, but Voile's UltraVector Ski begs to differ. Voile blended the ultimate ripping powers of the Supercharger and the backcountry-devouring characteristics of the Vector to bring you a hard-charging, backcountry-ready pair of sticks that will see you smoothly through just about any terrain.The 96mm waist and early rise tip makes the UltraVector a solid choice for pre-dawn pow laps, and camber underfoot keeps you smooth and stable while you're careening down boilerplate ice with a little more speed that you intended. The aspen wood core is feather-light on the uphill, and with a slightly softer flex and more sidecut than the original Vector, you'll be slicing and dicing quick and playful turns all over the slopes.

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