Voile UltraVector Skis

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


Introducing the Voile UltraVector, a ski with the long-distance touring abilities of the Vector and the hard-charging, hard-carving powers of the Supercharger. Its softened flex and increased sidecut allow you to initiate quick and playful turns with little exertion, while its relatively narrow dimensions make it useful for turning in tighter places. True to its namesake it’s a ski that will hold an edge with ease, whether moving nimbly through trees, sending an icy couloir, or cutting a line through the hardpack.

It’s a light-weight, effortless, all-mountain ski. It's arguably the best in our line for firm snow. And it wouldn’t be a Voile ski if it wasn’t a fierce contender on powder days.

Say hello to half of your quiver...

Also see our lightweight "Hyper" version of this ski: Voile HyperVector

Voile UltraVector Skis


Aspen / Single Carbon

Voile Aspen Single Carbon Layup Recipe


Camber Profile

Early-Rise Camber
Voile UltraVector Skis Camber Profile


Length (cm): 171
Tip Width (mm) 127
Waist (mm) 94
Tail Width (mm) 111
Radius (m) 18.5
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 6lbs 3oz / 2.81kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)110-150 50-68
Length (cm): 177
Tip Width (mm) 130
Waist (mm) 96
Tail Width (mm) 114
Radius (m) 19.5
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 6lbs 15oz / 3.14kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)120-190 54-86
Length (cm): 184
Tip Width (mm) 133
Waist (mm) 98
Tail Width (mm) 116
Radius (m) 20
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 7lbs 6oz / 3.36kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs-kg)140+ 64+

Product Reviews

Awesome versatile ski
Paired these skis with Voile switchback tele bindings. Light, responsive, hold a good edge and the front tips plough away the heavy spring slush effectively. Uphill movement is easy, provided the snow isn't too wet or slick. Very happy with my purchase, now off to take them for a spin!
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Fun skis
I’m looking forward to this next season. I’ve skied both groomers and off. They are lightweight and quick. I am a little bit apprehensive to get off the groomers but with these skis it was no problem to ski the entire mountain. I also take my grandchildren and it’s so easy to hike back up to them to help when they fall down. Can’t wait to earn some turns this next yr.
Denise Alexander
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A very responsive and playful ski. Quick turners. Two thumbs up!
Dave Meservy
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The most versatile tool in the box
I've put a full season on the UltraVectors, skiing them in everything from early season ticky-tack turns through the rocks, midseason powder tours, icy crust, and spring corn. When I'm unsure of what conditions the day will bring, I reach for the UltraVectors. I've skied them on 20 mile tours in Yellowstone National Park, community skimo races in Bozeman, and off the summit of Dae Wunt (the Grand Teton). They're light enough to keep up on a long tour, have a big enough shovel and rocker for most powder days, and nimble enough for steep and tight couloirs and trees. As far as specifics go, they're reasonably stiff underfoot and hold up well even on steep and firm snow or with a heavy pack on, and the flex softens nicely toward the tip and tail for easy turn initiation and release. Especially for tele skiers, they're a lightweight ski with enough strength underfoot for the stress of a tele binding flex pattern. Mine are mounted at manufacturer recommendation with a 22 Designs Lynx, and I've got no complaints about the mount point.
Matt Zia
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Tight and Playful Turns
Both as an inbounds and backcountry ski, I love this design. I'm six foot and bought a pair of 171cm UltraVector. The camber profile and the wide nose tip are what really makes me drool over its performance. I wanted to shorten my length so that I could make tighter turns and the extra camber (compared to the 183cm V6) makes this my favorite ski to slice up the groomers and my first pick to hikde up the Wasatch . Thanks Voile!
Benjamin Meinking
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The best ski ever
I’ve been skiing since the 1970s and never experienced anything thing like the UltraVectors. Outstanding in every way.
Ken Hardcastle
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These skis are great.
I've recently replaced the ultravectors I've been skiing for years with another pair of ultravectors. These are outstanding skis, designed to rip, designed to tour, durable and attractive, made in the usa. I'm an outdoor professional who often skis for work or patrol. To me, these are an ideal Vermont backcountry ski: maneuverable for forest, fun float in powder, can ski aggressively on edge if needed. Mine are mounted with 22D ntn telemark bindings. For the deeper days, I swap these skis out for the Superchargers, slightly shorter. Those rip too. The combination of those two skis has become an ideal simple quiver, skiing well in varied conditions and locations. Great ski!
Doug Connelly
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Amazing all condition ski
Just finished 3 days on this ski. 1st day was a groomer day and I was impressed by how well this ski held an edge and was super stable even late in the day on chopped up snow. 2nd and 3rd day it snowed and WOW this ski took it all in its stride. Voile certainly know how to make a ski for Utah and beyond
bryan Shedden
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Absolute medium
This is a great all around backcountry ski for the west coast. I've had wider skis that were perhaps better in powder but overkill hauling all the way up a volcano in the spring. And I've had narrower skis that got bogged down and hung up in our heavy west coast powder and crud. The Ultravectors have been all around great in powder, crud, corn and slush. Light, but stout enough for resort use too (I generally use some downhill gear at the resort, though). Using these with tech bindings. I also have the original Vector BC with telemark bindings, Switchbacks. I'd highly recommend the BC fishscale version for lower angles, mixed terrain and complex exits. Really helps navigate those situations. I'm 6'1", 165#, skiing the 184 cm version.
Doug Goldenberg
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Perfect for slaying volcanos
I have used these primarily for skiing on volcanos in the PNW and have found them to be a perfect tool. They are light enough to carry easily and move fast while being stable enough and plenty of ski to make the descents a ball. Love 'em. Plus it's amazing that they are made in the USA.
Graham Zimmerman
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If I had one word to describe this ski it would be "smooth". This ski really can work in all conditions. Its my every day ski. I have skied the Grand Teton on this ski, and countless powder days and Aguilli Du Midi laps. I finally said "forget it" to bringing 2 or 3 pairs of skis when I travel, and feel great only having the UltraVector with me. It is the perfect width for all times of the year. When the snow gets mushy in the spring it stays right on top. When its Janurary deep powder its nothing but fun. When you want to hold an edge on steep terrain it is smooth and predictable. Amazing ski and plenty stiff to open it up on bigger terrain, and my favorite ski in the moguls!
Blake Votilla
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171cm: Part No: 5104-171-1920 UPC: 759948915296
177cm: Part No: 5104-177-1920 UPC: 759948915302
184cm: Part No: 5104-184-1920 UPC: 759948915319