Voile Universal Splitboard Interface 2016

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Voile Universal Splitboard Interface 2012: Looking to equip your factory-built, non- Voile splitboard with your regular snowboard bindings? No problem, with the Voile Universal Splitboard Interface you have all the hardware and slider plates you need to get on the snow.

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All hardware for the Light Rail and a pair of Universal Slider Tracks and Slider Pins to quickly move from touring to riding mode and back


Works with the following factory-built splitboard designs: Burton Snowboards, Jones Snowboards, K2 Snowboards, LTB Snowboards, Never Summer Snowboards, Prior Snowboards, Spark R&D, Unity Snowboards, Venture Snowboards, Voile Splitboards, Winterstick Snowboards

To be used with any regular snowboard bindings


  • Made in the USA: Yes



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Voile Universal Splitboard Interface 2015

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Good set-up, could use a few improvement


from Park City, UT

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  • Tough


  • Heavy
  • Plate System Not Ideal

Best Uses

  • Backcountry Shredliness
  • Powder

Comments about Voile Universal Splitboard Interface 2015:

This is a pretty good system, especially at the price I scooped it at. The pucks are a tight fit for the sliders at first, but after a few uses they allow for easier sliding on and off.

The big complaint I have with this system is that when you stack resort bindings on top of the sliders, you end up with a big gap between the binding and the board, making for a less responsive set-up. It was bad enough that I scrapped the sliders and bought a pair of Spark R&D bindings. MUCH better set-up. I HIGHLY recommend going this route over using resort bindings.

Either way though, it sure beats post-holing or snow-shoeing.

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