Voile Vector 2016
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
160 / 115-92-104 / 20
170 / 118-94-107 / 21.7
180 / 121-96-110 / 23
Aside from our SkiMo skis, the Voilé Vector is the narrowest ski in the Voilé line. The ski is essentially a Charger in a smaller package, in terms of both width and length.
The Vector retains the stiffer flex of its portly brother but its smaller dimensions make it more useful for turning in tighter places. Its lesser size also makes the Vector an extremely lightweight ski, and as such, it is an ideal ski for long-distance backcountry tours and ski-mountaineering adventures.
Demanding terrain and uncertain conditions on longer backcountry forays also demand a ski that can easily edge and stick to a dicey slope, if need be. The Vector meets this challenge with verve.
Of course, high-mountain passes and icy couloirs aren’t the only places where a skier might encounter hardish snow. The Vector’s ability to change edges quickly also make it a solid performer for skiing in-bounds at the resort.
And Vectors hold their own on powder days, too. (No surprise, given where they are made and the odd-sounding company who created them.)
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Skier Height: 5’5’‘
Skier Weight: 155
Skier Ability: Intermediate-Advanced
Ski length Tested: 168
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