Voile Women's HyperCharger Skis

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


The Voile Women’s HyperCharger evolution can be traced all the way back to the beginning of our current ski line. An Engineering Eve, if you will. It shares the same shape and profile as the Voile Women’s SuperCharger — the ski that inspired our entire line Charger and Vector skis. This isn’t a women’s ski that came about as an afterthought. It is the genesis.

While the Women’s HyperCharger shares the same downhill performance as the Women’s SuperCharger, the construction has evolved into the hyper-light realm. With a paulownia wood core and more carbon fiber added, the Women’s HyperCharger sheds hundreds of grams per pair—while still maintaining the Voile standard of durability and strength.

This is a women’s backcountry ski that: eats up switchbacks on the climb, deftly navigates the tightest trees, shreds open bowls and charges down big mountain lines. The Women’s HyperCharger is so good, we made a men’s version.


Length (cm) 154 164
Tip Width (mm) 125 133
Waist (mm) 99 102
Tail Width (mm) 112 118
Radius (m) 17.6 18
Pair Weight (lbs.oz./kg) 4lbs 9oz / 2.08kg 5lbs 5oz / 2.42kg
Suggested Skier Weight Range (lbs/kg) 90-140


154cm: Part No: 5211-154-2223 UPC: 759948917900
164cm: Part No: 5211-164-2223 UPC: 759948917917


Paulownia / Double Carbon

Voile Paulownia Double-Carbon Skis layup recipe:


Camber Profile

Early-Rise Camber
Voile Women's HyperCharger Skis Camber Profile

Product Reviews

Hyper chargers
So far so good! Light, maneuverable, very easy to ski on.
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Skiing made easy
I'm a splitboarder and recently made the change to skis. After trying many pairs of skis I found these to be the best fit for me. This ski climbed the uphill best, even in comparison to the hyperv8(women's). The flex was cruisy in powder, soft or heavy. Absorbed the turns I tested on the iced/chunky ski hill, which ended up a blessing on a tough skin track out of a difficult river canyon. Killed it breaking trail and setting the skin track, where the hyperdrifter's fun pow flex struggled. As a beginner skier, I crossed the Tetons on a multiday trip, over all sorts of terrain, weather, conditions...and made it out alive and happy. Many skis could accomplish each part of the terrain we crossed, but few would succeed at all the terrain as well as these did. Perfect for my quiver of one.
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A Ski Ready For Any Mountain Adventure
Slogging up a mountain and day dreaming about a ski you can crush the uphill with? Trying to have enough energy to do another lap and earn some more turns? Looking to send some of your dream lines this winter? I have found the HyperCharger to be the ultimate ski for the backcountry. They tackle the Wasatch skin tracks and outperform on the downhill. Having used these skis in deep powder, a light dusting on crust, icy moguls, and trees, they have continued to prove to be an incredible balance of weight/performance. The HyperChargers favor backcountry untouched powder turns on an open face or in the trees, but they are always up for whatever conditions surprise you in the backcountry or some cruisy resort laps. The HyperChargers are the ski I would reach for on any backcountry adventure or trip where you can only bring one set along for all conditions. Day dreaming about the HyperDrifts already as well....
Mary Sarbaugh
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