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Voile introduces the updated men’s and women’s Light Rail splitboard binding with several new features for the 14/15 season. Take a look below to see whats new with this tried and true splitboard binding design.

Product Description

Simplify, reduce weight, and increase performance of your Voile splitboard with the new Voile Light Rail splitboard binding. The Light Rail integrates the Slider Track and Strap Binding into a lightweight, low profile, but rigid splitboard binding.

The lightweight, laser cut 6061-T6 aluminum baseplate is designed to eliminate ice build-up and the extended vertical sides improve stability and performance. A fully adjustable heel-cup allows the highback to reach negative angles for more comfortable touring and a longer stride. The aluminum rails are CNC machined from solid 7075-T6 bar stock and anodized for amazing durability. The Avalanche Rip Cord is attached to both quick release buckles to better aid when backcountry riding in avalanche prone areas.

2014/15 Improvements:

A new, lower high back on the Women’s Light Rail provides better support and comfort for the ladies.

The new baseplate design allows for stance adjustments to be made with the new Voile channel puck system with out having to remove the binding or us an alignment guide!

Improved ankle straps with a low profile single screw adjustment reduce pressure points for more comfortable touring.

Improved ladder straps for smoother and more precise operation.

Wider pivot-bushing for better durability and side-hill stability.

INCLUDES the new wider Touring Brackets and longer Slider Pins.

New optional Ultra Toe Strap for reduced weight.

Don’t forget about Voile’s Light Rail crampon that features both a fixed and free modes.

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About Voile

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.



Colin Balke is a content editor for who lives in Northern California. When not plucking away on a keyboard, he can be found splitboarding, camping, backpacking, or hanging out with family and friends.