Voile Manti Skis

Voile Manti Skis
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ATTENTION: Voile Manti Skis mounted with quiver killers are not covered under Voile factory warranty.


"A ski that can handle it all." Sounds to us like a vision worth striving for... and as it turns out, the fabled "Quiver Killer" may have been hiding right under our noses. Introducing the Voile Manti: a ski that spans both of our legendary ski construction platforms.

Its early-rise tip and gradual tail rocker—a further exaltation of the V8's camber profile—equate to playful performance when the snow is soft and deliciously deep. The Manti also has a hard-working tail—an evolution of the renowned SuperCharger—with a radius that executes quick and controlled turns in conditions however firm.

With its lightweight and durable aspen core, the Manti truly embodies our commitment to simple and solid backcountry equipment. But of course, you've come to expect that much by now.

Voile Manti Skis


Aspen / Single Carbon

Voile Aspen Single Carbon Layup Recipe


Camber Profile

Voile Hybrid 2.0
Voile Manti Skis Camber Profile


Length (cm) : 171
Tip Width (mm) 134
Waist (mm) 102
Tail Width (mm) 121
Radius (m) 17
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 6lbs 14oz /​​ 3.13kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)120-190 54-86
Length (cm) : 176
Tip Width (mm) 136
Waist (mm) 103
Tail Width (mm) 123
Radius (m) 18
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 7lbs 9oz /​​ 3.42kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)130-190 59-86
Length (cm) : 181
Tip Width (mm) 138
Waist (mm) 104
Tail Width (mm) 124
Radius (m) 18
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 7lbs 11oz /​​ 3.48kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)140+ 64+
Length (cm) : 186
Tip Width (mm) 140
Waist (mm) 105
Tail Width (mm) 127
Radius (m) 19
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 8lbs /​​ 3.64kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)150+ 68+

Product Reviews

Great New England Backcountry Ski
East coast review. I've taken these out a good 8 to 10 times in the Vermont backcountry and on Mount Washington in NH. I've skied pretty much everything from 6-10" blower pow to ice to mashed potatoes and so far so good. These are plenty responsive and maneuverable for the tight trees, but if you want to open it up it is stable enough to do that as well. I definitely appreciate how light the ski is - definitely been taking an extra lap compared to my usual total. They also look pretty sweet, but that's just an added bonus.
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A wonderfully designed backcountry ski. Perfect for the average pow day, and still a ripper ski for the less optimal days in the backcountry. This ski rocks! Fast ascents, great floatation, very high speed limit, and about as versatile as they come.
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A must have for any skiers collection
Ryan Kempfer
Wow. Today was my first experience skiing the Manti and to say it skied awesome is a understatement. First run out this ski was fast, stable, easy to turn, fast to release. We were able to ski it on a snowy fresh 4" new day and every turn I wanted another. This ski is perfect for that one ski quiver in that you can ski it anywhere. The turning control i experienced skiing the trees was out of this world. I feel its one of the most responsive skis i have had the privilage of skiing. I have been selling this ski at the ski shop i work at and I finally can speak from experience when it comes to selling. I noticed that i feel it skis a little short in general so i enjoyed the 181 length. That allows you to just be in such control from top to bottom on these. After the first run i already would have given this ski a Editors choice award. Bravo Voile you truly crafted a do everything powerhouse ski. Im already looking forward to the next demo .
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Quiver Killer is right!
Adam Drummer
I've had the 181 Manti's for about a month now. I picked these up to be my daily drivers. These are my 4th pair of Voile skis I've owned over the years and hands down the most fun and "all-around" model I've been on. I'm 5'9" and 170#'s and I've been telemarking exclusively for 20 years. During a typical ski season, I spend 80% at the resort and 20% in the backcountry. I've got about 15 days on them so far and I've mostly skied them in hardpack and variable conditions as the snow in Central Oregon has been nonexistent for the past few weeks. I must say the Manti is a very fun ski. It's very stable in firm conditions. Like no chatter that I experienced with my old Chargers. I love the surfy feeling and I feel like Voile really nailed the shape for a tele stance with the nice early rise and flat-ish tail. The dimensions seem perfect for me for all the conditions I'm usually skiing in. We've finally received some low density powder these past few days and these skis are really shining. They have great float and just blast through the chop. My previous resort specific skis from a different brand were about 2 pounds heavier per pair and I really notice how much easier the Manti is to get into the turn and I find myself still being able to drop easy tele turns at the end of the day. I've got these mounted with the 22 Designs Outlaw X and using Scarpa TX Pro boots. I feel like this setup will serve me well for any day of the week in any conditions. Well, except for those meter fresh days in Japan ;) The awards this ski is getting seem well deserved. I appreciated that they're made in the USA and at a reasonable price point!
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My other skis feel abandoned
Parker Sorensen
After struggling on 96 underfoot dynafits on the first day of this exceptionally deep season, I bought the Mantis as a ski for deep days and bigger lines. I am transitioning away from a few season focus on ski mountaineering back to more free riding this year. As I Skiied them more in varying conditions I realized I didn’t want to ski any of my other skis! They can really do it all. My first run was touring up a small mountain In the back yard. I had a honest out-of-body experience as I clicked in and proceeded to float above myself and watched as my body absentmindedly executed effortless turns on snow that was anything but perfect. The next few days were in deep coastal Alaskan storm snow. This is what I had wanted the mantis for, and oh they preformed wonderfully. Mounted with dynafit speed bindings at voiles recommended position I was perfectly centered, easily balanced and transitioning from turn to turn, stoping landings in the deep snow was easy with the ample stiff tail, and nimble turns through tight trees was a breeze. 104 under foot is no pow board, for the die Hards, I’m sure the V8 is even better for the truly deep! I have 25 days so far, varying from deep days in the Chugach, wind buff on our local glaciers, and ice, snot, mash and hard pack at the local ski hill. I say the Manti is living up to the ridiculously high precedent set by voiles website description! Other + factors - They’re light! - Simple! Have had a few carbon fiber skis snap on me now, nice to know there’s hardwood under my feet again. - The texture of the top sheet seems to repel snow better than others. I am 5’11” bought a 181, would feel right at home on a 186 as well though. Mounted with dynafit speed radical. Dynafit tlt6 boot @parkerjaysorensen
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Voile Manti / Freeheel Life (Salt Lake City
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Craig Christopherson
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I ski the Manti in the 181cm length. The turn shape is what I’ve been looking for. Easy into the turn, easy out of the turn, and light on the up. I’m not a speed demon. It’s all about those nice medium sized turns, and lots of them.
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171cm: Part No: 5706-171-2021 UPC: 759948916101
176cm: Part No: 5706-176-2021 UPC: 759948916118
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