Voile HyperCharger Skis

Voile HyperCharger Skis
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ATTENTION: These skis are intended to be used with AT bindings.
Voile HyperCharger Skis mounted with telemark bindings or quiver killers are not covered under Voile factory warranty.


Big Mountain & Powder
Directional / Carving

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 from what was released years ago.

This latest iteration brings significantly reduced weight when compared to the Voile SuperCharger. This is accomplished by starting at the core. We’ve switched from poplar to paulownia for the HyperCharger. The strength-to-weight ratio of paulownia is renowned, but it is a bit softer than poplar, so we’ve doubled the amount of carbon fiber in the layup to compensate for this while still maintaining the weight savings.

The HyperCharger is classed as a big-mountain ski. It’s a directional “carving” ski with an edge-to-edge feel, capable of big lines as well as daily driving. It features minimal taper and a wider hard-working tail for control in debris and harder conditions. The generous width, early-rise tip and wide shovel provide excellent float in powder. A long running length with less sidecut provides for strong edging ability when driving fast and steep.

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: really, really well.


Shape / Profile

Early-Rise Camber

Tip: Early-rise tip and wide shovel provide excellent float in powder.
Tail: Minimal taper, with a wide and flat hard-working tail for control in debris and harder conditions.
Waist: Long running length. Engineered for strong edging ability when fast and steep. Cambered underfoot for stability.

Voile HyperCharger Skis Camber Profile



Paulownia / Double Carbon

Ultralight "Hyper Series" construction shaves nearly a pound per pair for easier ascents, with an additional layer of carbon for added stiffness.

Voile Paulownia Double-Carbon Skis layup recipe:



* Please note that the width and radius of Voile skis differ from length to length so as to deliver uniform performance across the entire size range. Length (cm): 171
Tip Width (mm) 137
Waist (mm) 104
Tail Width (mm) 121
Radius (m) 18.5
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 5lbs 11oz / 2.59kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)110-150 50-68
* Please note that the width and radius of Voile skis differ from length to length so as to deliver uniform performance across the entire size range. Length (cm): 178
Tip Width (mm) 140
Waist (mm) 106
Tail Width (mm) 124
Radius (m) 19.5
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 6lbs 3oz / 2.79kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)120-190 54-86
* Please note that the width and radius of Voile skis differ from length to length so as to deliver uniform performance across the entire size range. Length (cm): 185
Tip Width (mm) 143
Waist (mm) 108
Tail Width (mm) 126
Radius (m) 20
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 6lbs 10oz / 3.01kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)140+ 64+

Product Reviews

Awesome ski, but Pomoca tail clip is not compatible
This ski is awesome for backcountry powder skiing! Probably the best I have had. Very light, agile, easy to maneuver, yet also fairly stiff. But the tail is not so stiff which allows for some playfulness. If rating just the skis, I'd give it 5 stars. The reason I give it 4 is because the Pomoca skins that Voile sells to pair with this ski is not compatible with the tail of this ski. In other words, the tail clip constantly and consistently slides right off the tail. Even after switching out the standard Pomoca tail clip with the Pomoca twin tip tail clip, the tail clip still slips off constantly. So either buy a different skin for this ski, or Voile has to alter the tail of this ski, or have Pomoca engineer a different tail clip specific to this ski.
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Good upgrade to Supercharger
Used these as an upgrade to my worn out Superchargers, which I've loved. I also owned the Chargers before that. What a nice way to drop weight. They ski familiar, and the light weight is easy to move around in playful terrain. Skied a couple days on them. The one downside: I got 3 spinners mounting one of the toes, which is a first in mounting ~5 skis. A shop was able to helicoil fix the toe. Be careful with the light core.
Kameron Harris
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Great Ski
I used them for the first time this week. They are light and very responsive. A delight to ski in.
James Pilkington
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The go to ski touring ski
This has become my go to ski touring ski for any conditions I suspect I may come across on a trip. If it's super deep I'll grab my 193 HyperV8 skis but otherwise it's a no brainer. It has the perfect dimensions I look for in a ski. As a 200 Ibs advanced skier I have always stayed far away from super light carbon fiber skis, however I am very impressed what Voile has done with their Hyper series skis. I do wish they made this and the regular SuperCharger in a 190cm for us taller folks - that would be my ultimate dream ski :)
Nick D'Alessio
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Light and Stable
I have gone through multiple skis looking for a balance of light weight, uphill performance and solid down hill performance. I am 6'2", 195 lbs, like to ski aggressively and want a wider, full length ski in the backcountry. I mostly ski the eastern sierra and often encounter conditions that range from powder, hard pack/ice, corn and most recently slush. This is the one ski I have found that checks all the boxes, oh and if you find it on sale its a really good deal!
Eric K
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Love this ski
I recently bought a pair of these and loved them so much I had to buy a second pair for my dad (main ski partner). They are super light and are very playful in boot top cream or deep blower powder. Hands down one of the best skis i've been on. Dad agrees!!!!
Trent Meisenheiemr
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Voile HyperCharger is even better than the old Charger!
My first intro to the Voile Charger ten years ago as a Tele ski made me giggle with joy. Well, the improved HyperCharger still promotes plenty of "giggle" but it is a much better all around ski in many ways. I ski the HyperCharger as an AT ski and it is super solid and floaty in the deep powder due to ski width and early rise tip. The HyperCharger is quick and stable from turn to turn in the steep Sawtooth couloirs. I believe the real strength of the HyperCharger is their versitility in all conditions, not just powder. I am 5'9" and 160lbs, I ski 178's comfortably in wind crusted crud, hard scoured spring plaster and sweet corn. I skied the HyperCharger on a 6 day ski trip into one of the 10th Mountain Huts last spring. We experienced all types of snow conditions, from light powder to schatchy, solar refrozen pitches. With the longer running edge length, the HyperCharger holds when it needs too and floats though powder when your giggle meter is pegged!
Terry Patterson
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Aptly named!
These skis are stiff enough to slash through crud and hold an edge on icy hardpack and wind crust alike but still float through pow like a god damn dream. I'm 175 lbs, 5' 9" on a good day and ski the 185's as 50/50 resort/backcountry skis with Fritsci Vipec's in Colorado. My setup comes out to about 9 lbs. They are big skis and short fast turns take effort but the edge hold and stability more than makes up for it. These will reward aggressive and precise skiers but make beginners feel a little out of control. Definitely a great "quiver of one" ski for the Rockies that will still put a grin on your face in the biggest powder dumps. Trail breaking is excellent with the wide shovel and 108mm waist. Side hilling on crust is not great because of the side cut but split boarders will still be complaining long before you. I would not choose these if you primarily ski tight trees with thin cover *cough*newengland*cough* but would be great for those areas as a more versatile powder ski for when conditions are ripe.
Mike Henrick
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Long-Distance Touring Machines
Pow Pow or Pow-Fresh: highly desirable powder—loose and fluffy. Voile Hyperchargers: Lightweight, responsive, predictable, solid, floaty, variable snow-crushing long-distance touring skis. After logging countless days for many years on my Voile Chargers I decided to ditch some weight but, not any performance and upgrade to the Voile Hyperchargers. Simply put, these skis are a joy to tour on. Touring in the San Juan Mountains of Southwestern Colorado, I've used these skis in all snow conditions from deep, blower powder to steep corn decents. The Hyperchargers are a versatile choice for someone looking for a powder-oriented ski that can tackle whatever the mighty Ullr may throw at you-be it a short distance from your rig, or deep in the backcountry.
Doug Goodwin
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My dad uses the Voile chargers and I am known to snag them sometimes to shred a little bit, they're great for back country powder with excellent turning, very lightweight, and a neat design.
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My Favorite Ski!
These are my go to powder ski in the backcountry. They are mind boggling light for their size which I appreciate much on the up and on the down they are sooooo floaty, super playful and fun.
Ann D
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Super Light and Super Fun
I like my skis on the fat side, so the 106mm underfoot suits me well in using this as an everyday ski, regardless of the conditions. I got these because I loved my SuperChargers so much, I felt that a lightweight version of that ski was something I must have. I was right! Voile really hit it out of the park with this one. I've recommended them to several friends, who took my advise and purchased them and then fell in love with them :)
John Van Hook
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Fun and Predictable
I have never owned any skis with carbon fiber before and was a bit skeptical at first, but have found hyperchargers to be great all around mid winter skis in all kinds of conditions. Super predictable and so light!
Ben Zavora
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