Voile V8 Alpine Touring Ski

Voile V8 Alpine Touring Ski
Voile V8 Alpine Touring Ski
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V8 Alpine Touring Ski by Voile
Burly enough to rip spines in Alaska and light enough to conquer springtime objectives in the Rockies, Voile's V8 Ski is a powder-hungry touring machine that doesn't lack versatility to eat up any conditions. With all-mountain capabilities to keep you entertained all day long, you'll feel like a little kid in a candy shop with these sticks on your feet. The V8's waist ranges from 107 to a portly 119-millimeter depending on your preferred ski length, with a rockered tip and tail to add a surfy feel and dreamy float when you're blasting through powder-filled bowls. If the storm doesn't deliver, camber underfoot securely holds an edge on unexpected boiler-plate ice at the top of your line.

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SKU: VOLP07F
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