No frills, add-ons, or special features, the Spartan is a board born for a single purpose-getting your butt in the backcountry. It's base is basic black. It's topsheet looks like it was designed by a monk. It has our new channel puck system, but that's as fancy as it gets. It's tough and scrappy, with an easy flex, snappy radius, and enough taper at the tail for quick flicks in the trees, but not so much you can't ride it switch. It has our legendary lightweight construction, but not a whiff of carbon. Because you don't need it. This is the Spartan. True to its name and to our motto-simple, solid, backcountry. ATTENTION: mounting quiver killers on your Voile Spartan Splitboard will void the Voile factory warranty.
For the demanding rider, the Voile Revelator is indeed backcountry's ultimate riding machine. The combination of board's light weight, shape, profile, flex and camber helps make long uptracks a done deal and downhill rides a dream come true. And when it's time for the latter, nothing beats our patented system of "Voile Hooks & Clips" for easy assembly of Revelator's halves into a single downhill plank. Thanks to our signature "Voile Channel Puck System," adjusting stance width and toe angles is a snap. Using the Voile Alignment Guide, the screws are loosened and the pucks can then be relocated in virtually any position quickly and without fuss. Many riders will also appreciate how easy the Revelator's 2.5-degree canted pucks are on their knees. The Revelator's Paulownia wood core reduces the overall weight of the board without compromising strength and performance. Carbon fiberglass layers and a longish camber area make for very efficient skinning on the way up and increased stability on the way down. And of course, the board's large, early-rise nose and tapered tail make deep powder riding seem virtually effortless. The Revelator. It's all business in the backcountry, except for huge intervals of fun. ATTENTION: mounting quiver killers on your Voile Revelator Splitboard will void the Voile factory warranty. Topsheet Artwork by Stefan Bast
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