Short for Wasatch Speed Project and born in the shadow of the Wasatch Mountains, the WSP is the world’s first American-made SkiMo ski.
It’s two days after a huge storm, and across the canyon, there are a bizillion bozos slogging up a cat track at the resort. Go figure.
For those skiers who relish the pain of SkiMo racing, or their newfound association with Eurotrash, Voilé now offers a terribly-reliable ski to further inflict anguish upon themselves: The Voilé WSP.
Yes, “further” is accurate all right. Especially since the WSP is built to finish races without breaking beforehand.
Thanks to its Paulownia wood core, carbon-fiberglass construction and rockered tip, the Men’s WSP is light enough to climb uphill with speed, yet stable enough to ski downhill without embarassment. And most importantly, stay in one piece.
Voilé: It sounds French and has always meant “lightweight skis.” As such, the advent of The WSP was probably inevitable.
Paulownia / Double Carbon
Running-Length Steel Edge
Two lengths of 1.8mm steel with inset teeth wrap the running length of the ski. Each section extends beyond the contact points of the tip and tail, and is painstakingly hand-bent to ensure a precise layup.
Exceptionally durable polyamide, with an irregular texture that slows the accumulation of snow and allows easy removal of snow and ice build-up when the approach is long and/or conditions are freezing.
Double Reinforced Binding Mounts
Heel and toe mounting areas are double-reinforced to prevent binding pull out.
Voile Carbon-Weave x2
Two layers of our proprietary carbon fiberglass regulate the ski's flex without an impact on bonding strength.
Paulownia Wood Core
The lightest wood core offered in our line, with an impressive strength to weight ratio. Paulownia provides the ideal foundation for building a lightweight touring ski.
Sintered Black Base
This ski passes on the base graphics for the sake of an ultra-high molecular density base; making for faster downhill performance and greater wear/impact resistance.
Many claim that a black base increases a ski's maximum speed. Something about "snow melting faster," which apparently has the effect of "increasing lubrication". Sounds pretty nice, right? Of course we don't really know if it's true. Maybe it's just marketing hype propagated by nefarious manufacturers...
Regardless, you can rest assured that your p-tex repairs will be seamless after your day spent breaking the sound barrier.