The Voile Speed Rail Binding retains the simplicity and durability that you expect, and then ups the ante.
Those who are averse to fiddling with slider-pins can rest easy. Upward-facing, totally-bomber hooks create the fore ends of the slider track’s 7075-T6 aluminum rails. In touring mode, these hooks grip around a full-width solid axle, now featuring reinforced brass bushings for a more reliable free-pivot action while climbing. When you're ready to ride, simply slide everything across some Voilé pucks and clamp down the rear latch plate.
It couldn’t be easier to transform your stance from tour mode into a perfect forward lean with the all-new Ride-N-Stride Highback. Tilting the Highback forward and pressing on the bottom half of the lean block secures it over the heel cup, locking it into the forward angle of your choosing. When you’re back on the skin track, simply pressing on the upper portion of the lean block allows you to sink the Highback for an additional <25° of movement.
And in situations where a splitboarder needs better control and maneuverability of their individual board halves, the all-new Heel Lock slides in for the win. While traversing ridgelines, sidestepping, or when cruising rolling terrain to the next ascent, the Heel Lock does just what its name suggests.
Expect the same 6061-T6 baseplate, easy puck access, fully-adjustable heel cup, and other bomber features of past bindings, but in a fully featured and more rider friendly package.
First of all let me say that this is my first splitboard setup, so I don’t have anything to compare it to- with that being said- my whole setup is voile- which works well because everything was compatible & fit together well.. there are a lot of adjustments that can be made with the bindings and I used every single one of them. Now that I have everything dialed in, I’m loving my setup. It took me three days of riding to get it just right. My only gripe is all the screws!! All adjustments need to be done with a screwdriver and each adjustment is a snowball effect to other adjustments needing to be made. So here I am backcountry riding with a screwdriver and puck stencil in my backpack. Having to adjust everything with screws becomes tedious and time consuming. The weight that I imagine was saved by using screws in the design, is lost by having to carry screwdriver & stencil. Now that I’m dialed in, I’m hoping that I’m over the adjusting phase of things, but holding onto the tools in my pack just in case. I’ve tightened everything down, but a screw coming loose at some point is a minor concern. Just a lot to check before heading out each time. The plastic straps on the bindings kinda feel like cheap plastic compared to the K2 bindings I typically ride, but guessing this was a weight saving choice as well. Voile seems to be a legit brand so I trust everything will hold up well.
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Simple, relatively lightweight, and bombproof - I've had two pairs of these and they're awesome. Easy negative forward lean adjustment works great in touring mode. Only difference in "womens" binding is the purple base... otherwise they seem exactly identical.
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Small 5-8.5 USW: Part No: 1132-69-WSP UPC: 759948913117
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