Voile HyperVector Skis

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


Make no mistake; the Voile HyperVector is a climbing machine. But, don’t be fooled by its thirst for the up-track. This is a ski that was designed for downhill performance as much as uphill performance.

It shares the same camber profile and overall concept of the SuperCharger, but in a slimmed down version that’s easier to drag along the skin track. Like the other skis in our “Hyper Series”; it has a paulownia wood core and proprietary carbon/ fiberglass weave that drops around half a pound per pair when compared to the standard construction of the Voile UltraVector.

This is a backcountry ski that gets after it from pre-season to corn harvest — it does it all.


Length (cm) 171 177 184
Tip Width (mm) 127 130 133
Waist (mm) 94 96 98
Tail Width (mm) 111 114 116
Radius (m) 18.5 19.5 20
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 5lbs 6oz / 2.43kg 5lbs 11oz / 2.57kg 6lbs 2oz / 2.78kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg) 110-150


171cm: Part No: 5106-171-2223 UPC: 759948917924
177cm: Part No: 5106-177-2223 UPC: 759948917931
184cm: Part No: 5106-184-2223 UPC: 759948917948


Paulownia / Double Carbon

Voile Paulownia Double-Carbon Skis layup recipe:


Camber Profile

Early-Rise Camber
Voile HyperVector Skis Camber Profile

Product Reviews

Lightweight, versatile AT ski
I'm 5'10", 160lbs, and ski the 177 HyperVector. It's a great lightweight ski with a versatile enough shape for ripping hardpack, getting some float through chop and soft stuff, and quickly getting from edge to edge in the steep steeps. HyperVector is a fitting name as this ski absolutely drives with both speed and direction. They are light and nimble while going uphill on the skintrack and are solid and stable on the descent. And the blue graphic is really pretty to look at.
Garry Schlag
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Checks all the boxes
The HyperVector has been light enough for long tours, the progressive shape is fun and forgiving in soft snow, the flex is stiff enough to work well in firm snow, and the construction is durable enough to handle abuse, which is essential for skiing in Western Montana. My fears of the ski being too stiff, and that I would want a more playful shape (i.e. the V6) were unfounded, as the ski is super fun and lively, with the ability to hold an edge and ski fast. This has become my go-to ski.
Brian Story
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A perfect match for the unknown
When I don't know exactly what conditions the day will bring, the HyperVector is my preferred ski. This versatility makes it a great choice for the mixed bag of conditions that are often found ski mountaineering. The HyperVector can seamlessly transition from wind-scoured high alpine conditions to soft sheltered powder, or sunny corn to shady refrozen conditions without missing a beat. I find it to be very comfortable on edge in firm consequential terrain. More often than not, if I am packing an axe and crampons for the day's mission, then the HyperVector is the ski I am going to chose. Not only is the light weight appreciated on the skin track and backpack, but is noticeable when conditions or constrictions require some precise hop turns. The HyperVector is a trusted companion that has been with me on some of my most exposed and committed adventures.
Nate Rowland
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