Voile Switchback: Backcountry Skis Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Voile Switchback: Backcountry Skis Reviews

   Photo: Ryan Heffernan

Fast and Light

Designed to tackle the steepest Wasatch skin tracks and the deepest Utah powder, the three-year-old Switchback is still the lightest and least expensive free-pivot tele binding around. Testers gave props for its icing-resistant toe piece and its easy-to-operate, spring-loaded mode switch. "It's not for driving big sidecountry sticks," lamented one tester, but paired with light boards and boots the Switchback fulfills its purpose. 3 lbs;
Tourability: 5
Power: 3.5

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