Voile Manufacturing launches new site and domain Voile.com

Published on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 09:54 , Category: News Written by Chris Gallardo

Salt Lake City Utah — Voile Manufacturing is pleased to announce their new website launch and new domain name: voile.com

The new site includes the newly minted and much anticipated 12-13 Voile splitboard line, the new ultimate backcountry skis: the Buster, and new hybrid, waxless base Charger BC skis.

Since 1980, Voile Manufacturing is a Salt Lake City, Utah USA based manufacturer and innovator of Voile backcountry splitboards, skis, telemark bindings, and avalanche shovels.

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    The new Light Rail

 

About Voile Splitboards

In 1991, Brett "Cowboy" Kobernik brought a crude prototype of the first splitboard to Mark "Wally" Wariakois, the founder of Voile. At the time Wally was intensely focused on innovating new backcountry ski and telemark binding designs, but he saw the future of backcountry snowboarding in Cowboy's crude design.

Over the next few years, Cowboy and Wally refined this idea and in 1994 released the first DIY Voile Split Kit. This was the beginning of the splitboard revolution. For the first time riders had a truly innovative and easier way to access backcountry powder.

Voile went on to develop and produce a more refined, adjustable, Voile splitboard interface and Voile splitboard insert pattern. This is the foundation for all Voile splitboards and other splitboard brands that have followed.

Today, Voile is as committed to the growth and innovation of splitboarding as those exciting early days. From the beginning, Voile splitboards and Voile splitboard hardware is proudly made in Salt Lake City, Utah USA.

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As we reported last month from the SIA trade show in Denver CO, Voile has really stepped up their game next year thanks to the new partnership with Sentury Snowboards founder Ben Harmon. Ben brings his experience in the way of everything from core construction, board design, manufacturing, graphics, and more. His influence is evident as Voile is proud to announce the new Artisan splitboard! Read more...

Big news in splitboard-land as Voile Manufacturing announced their acquisition of Reno based Sentury Snowboards. Hit the title link for the official press release and we'll let you know as more information becomes available. It has been confirmed Sentury will close it's doors and owner Ben Harmon will relocate to Utah to work with Voile, bringing with him over 10 years of snowboard design and production experience. We're stoked on the news and can't wait to see the Voile splitboard line evolve. Congrats guys! 











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