View Post

NTN vs 75mm: Which is better?

In Pro Tips by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

Greetings to the telemark skiers and the telemark-curious. Today we are diving into a debate that echoes through ski shops, chairlifts, and internet forums everywhere: Should you opt for an NTN (New Telemark Norm) or 75mm setup? The discussion of NTN vs 75mm is not just a matter of preference, but a significant decision that will impact your experience on …

View Post

World Telemark Day 2024

In Guest Post by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

Calling all freeheel fanatics Mark your calendars and start doing your lunges because World Telemark Day is right around the corner, and Voile is gearing up for an unforgettable celebration atop the legendary Alta Ski Area! On Saturday March 2nd, join us as we pay homage to the timeless art of telemark skiing amidst the incredible terrain of the Wasatch …

View Post

23/24 Voile Scholarship for Women in the Backcountry

In Giveaways by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

The Voile Scholarship for Women in the Backcountry is back again for the 23/24 season! We’re so excited to be offering this Scholarship for the FIFTH year in a row. This time around we’ll be opening the scholarship for entries on Thursday, February 8th, and closing it on Friday, March 8th (International Women’s Day). Winners will be announced the following …

View Post

Voile Ski Construction Shootout

In Tech Alert by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

With the introduction of the Charger ACE to the Voile lineup, there are now three distinct ski construction options that we offer: Standard, Hyper, and ACE. Each of these options features unique characteristics that cater to different backcountry skier preferences. When it comes to determining which ski is right for you, it’s important to take a look at what skis …

View Post

The Art of Setting a Skin Track

In Pro Tips by Matt ZiaLeave a Comment

During a day of backcountry skiing or riding, the vast majority of our day is spent walking uphill, usually quite slowly, to access our intended objective. It stands to reason then, that we should think about the up track as just as much a part of the day as the ski back down. As backcountry skiing continues to grow in …

View Post

How to Receive a Free Binding Mount, Wax, and Detune

In Tech Alert by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

We’re excited to announce that we are now offering a free binding mount, hot wax, and edge detune with the purchase of a full-priced ski and binding setup from our website or retail store! Continue reading to learn the terms and conditions of this promotion as well as how to claim your free mount, hot wax, and detune when purchasing …

View Post

Hut Trips: How to, Heuristics, and Having Fun

In Pro Tips by Ty GuarinoLeave a Comment

Hut trips… This simple term evokes mental images of endless deep powder runs, quality time spent with friends, eating excellent home-cooked food, and living a life of backcountry simplicity solely centered around what skiing dreams are made of.   Of course, this is likely the general idea of what all of us are hoping for when we drop $1,000-5,000 on …

View Post

Be Curious, Not Judgemental: A Mindset for Approaching Avalanche Incident Reports

In Pro Tips by Aidan Goldie-AhumadaLeave a Comment

All Photos in “Be Curious, Not Judgemental” Courtesy of Aidan Goldie-Ahumada The backcountry is a harsh and unforgiving learning environment. While Backcountry skiing is a uniquely thrilling and multi-faceted activity that can give access to stunning and untouched natural landscapes, interacting with avalanche terrain comes with inherent risks. Over the years, avalanches have indiscriminately claimed the lives of many people, …

View Post

Summer Splitboard Giveaway

In Giveaways by Voile Mfg.Leave a Comment

We’re doing some factory cleaning and thought we’d show the Splitboarders some love with the Summer Splitboard Giveaway! We have tons of new stuff headed your way soon, so we’re letting go of some discontinued graphic splitboards. We’ll be picking two winners! Each recipient gets their choice of an in-stock board from the closeout page on our site. ⁠ To …