Though the Charger name has been a part of the Voile ski-line since 2011, the new Voile HyperCharger has evolved into something quite different than what was released years ago. What this latest iteration brings, first and foremost is: significantly reduced weight when compared to the Voile SuperCharger. This is accomplished by starting at the core. We’ve switched from Aspen to Paulownia for the HyperCharger. The strength to weight ratio of Paulownia is renowned, but it is a bit softer than Aspen. So, to compensate for that while still maintaining the weight savings—we’ve doubled the amount of Carbon Fiber in the lay-up, and re-enforced the binding mounts. The HyperCharger width has minimal taper from the shovel to the tail, and a longer running length (when compared to the Voile V8) that give it strong edging capability to tackle steep terrain. While the generous width and Early-Rise Camber profile provide exceptional float—even in the deepest, lightest, snow. There is a fine line between weight savings and performance. The Voile HyperCharger rides that line as nicely as it dices narrow couloirs, rips wide-open aprons and dances through powder-filled tree lines—you know—really, really, well.
The Premium S2 is the universal skate solution. More splay and a universal base make this ski extremely versatile. That said, the skis are still made from pressing wood (each piece of wood I’ve seen is unique unto itself) into shape using heat and pressure, so having a pair selected for fit and quality is extremely important.
For athletes who push classic skiing to the highest level of performance. S-Lab Classic Zero combines pure precision with exceptionally light weight. Engineered for zero snow conditions.
Conditions change during long races and all-day events. S/RACE SKIN is based on S/LAB classic yellow: it incorporates formula Pomoca skin inserts for true race speed and confidence in changing snow conditions. Win without waxing.
In a world where women’s skis are often just tweaked men’s skis, the Supercharger was an exception—the women’s version came first. The idea came from discussions and feedback from our female customers, who wanted a more playful, faster turning ski that could still handle the big mountain terrain they loved. And so the Women's Supercharger began to take shape. A flat tail, tightened turning radius, and a rounder flex mean more responsive, intuitive turns. Meaning it’s fast in tight, technical terrain, but still holds its own when carving big bowl turns or carving hardpack. And with a detuned version of our hybrid rocker, it blows through crud and floats like a powder god (or powder goddess, as it were).
The RS SKATE combines the key benefits of each S-LAB Skate models but uses a forgiving and lightweight D-Carbon core for improved ease of use and stability. With its versatile camber, G5 World Cup base and structure, the RS ensures a fast glide in all conditions.
The robust wax model for newcomers gives you speed and fun on the trail. Thanks to this model, initial progress in classic style is just around the corner.
For athletes who push classic skiing to the highest level of performance. S-Lab Classic combines pure precision with exceptionally light weight. Engineered for hard wax snow conditions.
The RC CLASSIC combines the key benefits of the top performance S-LAB Classic models, but uses a forgiving and lightweight D-Carbon Core to provide a smoother kick. With its versatile camber, G5 World Cup base and structure, the RC ensures fast glide in all conditions.
New: the special Power Layer on the SC Skate means huge weight reduction. The entry-level model for the skating style is now lighter to give you even greater speed and fun on the trails.
RS 8 is a versatile but fast ski that is lightweight and easy to ski. Ideal for developing racers and high school athletes, its Powered Camber provides the optimum balance of stability and speed that young racers will love.
RS 7 is a performance skating ski that delivers smooth glide and stable, easy skiing via the Powered Camber.
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