Voile Objective BC Skis

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


Inspired by skimo racing, the latest members of our ski family place an emphasis on fast ascents and long-distance travel. They reside somewhere between our WSP and UltraVector skis.

Witness the new Voilé Objective.

Equally at home atop The Haute Route or on a long jaunt in The Catskills, these skis are light enough to go the distance and stiff enough to hold an edge on boilerplate. They won’t exactly shine in deep powder, but many an East Coast skier will likely press them into service at their local ski resort.

And as for the Voilé Traction Pattern Base, you already know the deal with that, right?

*The Traction Pattern base does not eliminate the need to carry skins.

Voile Objective BC Skis


Paulownia / Double Carbon / BC

Voile Paulownia Objective BC Skis layup recipe:


Camber Profile

Early-Rise Camber
Voile Objective BC Skis Camber Profile


Length (cm): 164
Tip Width (mm) 112
Waist (mm) 80
Tail Width (mm) 97
Radius (m) 18.0
Pair Weight (lbs-oz./kg)4lbs 3oz / 1.90kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)90-140 41-64
Length (cm): 171
Tip Width (mm) 115
Waist (mm) 82
Tail Width (mm) 99
Radius (m) 18.5
Pair Weight (lbs-oz./kg)4lbs 10oz / 2.10kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)120-150 54-68
Length (cm): 178
Tip Width (mm) 117
Waist (mm) 84
Tail Width (mm) 102
Radius (m) 19.5
Pair Weight (lbs-oz./kg)5lbs / 2.27kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)140+ 64+

Product Reviews

NNN BC and Leathers
Verified Buyer
I have been having a blast on these. I wasn’t sure NNN BC and Leathers was going to be realistic on this wide a ski, but it seems to be working out great so far. I have been skiing mostly spring snow, and some older, not very deep (8”-12”) powder. I know these skis are not intended for NNN BC and Leathers, but I’m not the only one doing this (search TelemarkTalk.com). It’s great to be able to ski up or down with no concern about wax or skins. I’m not expecting great performance on hard snow with this setup — the boots and bindings probably don’t provide enough support for that. I mounted the bindings using epoxy soaked into the wood core to distribute the binding screw load over a bigger area. Bottom line, really happy I gave this a try.
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Best exploration ski
Guy Bouchard
They are my go everywhere exploration ski and i own several Voilé skis and others. Around here, we have a lot of rolling hills and the fish scale works perfectly to get up with installing skins. In fact, i don't use skins very often. They are not powder ski but they do alright. I can't do 30km day with them. We are several Objective BC skiers as today in eastern Quebec, Canada!
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Remarkable Design
Cameron Brailey
I have been backcountry skiing in Alaska for 22 years and am currently skiing the 171 voile objectives with dynafit radical bindings. I am 6'1" and weigh 180 lbs. I have carried these skis over 60 miles on my back, skied them in July on 13,000ft+ peaks in the Alaska Range and am currently using them to ski deep blower powder. They easily make tight turns in steep couloirs, float well at high speeds and are incredibly light!
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Living up to their name
These are great. I bought a pair of the first generation and I find myself using them more and more each season. I use mine for primarily for low angle trees and meadow skipping, but they are often pushed into steeper terrain when conditions are stable. I mounted the mountaineer binding on top of the hardwire riser (prior to the statement against using w/ telemark bindings) . I use the lightest/softest tele boot I could find. No skins, no need for wax and zero transitions make for many easy laps in most conditions...I've pretty much ditched my T1/22designs setup at this point and come full circle back to light & simple telemark... My only gripe is that I would have bought a longer length than 178 if it were available. It's a great bc telemark ski & seemed to be a step up in performance from similar patterned skis on the market which is why I chose a pair. I totally understand the statement against using telemark bindings on these as they use lightweight construction. Skiing the resort or very firm conditions with these and a telemark binding feels like it'd contribute to a ripped out binding fast. It'd be cool for Voile to keep a skinny ski like this around for pinheads though, just sayin'
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164cm: Part No: 5220-164-1920 UPC: 759948915579
171cm: Part No: 5220-171-1920 UPC: 759948915586
178cm: Part No: 5220-178-1920 UPC: 759948915593