Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding
VoileLight Rail Splitboard Binding

Earning your turns never felt so good.

The Voile Light Rail Splitboard Binding fulfills the needs of splitboarders seeking a no-nonsense binding that's reliable, easy to use, and comfortable for long days in the backcountry. It's compatible with Voile's puck system and works harmoniously with virtually any splitboard on the market. You'll find it effortlessly slides over your mounted Voile pucks (sold separately) and secures into place once you've attached the slider pin to the front of the binding. When it's time to skin uphill for another lap, simply detach the slider pin, slide off the binding from your Voile pucks, and attach it to the touring brackets with the slider pin.

New for this season, the Light Rail features Voile's Ride-N-Stride highback, which toggles between tour and ride mode for optimal performance. When it's pulled outwards, the Ride-N-Stride's forward lean toggle slides away from the heelcup, giving you an additional 25 degrees of stride length. Once you've reached the summit and need to transition to ride mode, simply push the toggle down to secure the preset forward lean and you're ready to ride. Another new feature for this season is the Heel Lock feature. Heel Lock means no more pseudo-tele action when you'd rather have extra security, such as scenarios requiring side-stepping, traversing ridgelines, and cruising across rolling terrain.

Please note, the Voile Light Rail Binding includes wider touring brackets, longer sliding pins, dual-height climbing wires, and mounting hardware for brackets and wires. It does not come with Voile Pucks.

  • No-nonsense splitboard binding is simple and durable
  • Includes touring brackets, pins, dual-height climbing wires
  • Ride-N-Stride highback for 25% longer strides in tour mode
  • Slides onto pucks with slider pins securing them in place
  • Heel lock feature for side-stepping and traversing
  • 6061-T6 aluminum baseplate is lightweight and stiff
  • 3D-curved ankle strap and toe cap for a secure fit
  • Sizing: small 4 to 7.5, medium 8 to 10.5, large 11+
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Super Sendy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I gave these to my brother for his birthday, here is his review: "These bindings are just what I wanted! I compared a lot of options, and stoked I went with these. Easy to set up, and super fun to take out on the hill! "

Great binding for all levels

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Whether you are looking for a price point binding or something that will take you to the far reaches these are your bindings. They aren't going to be the lightest bindings you can get but they will hold up to a beating and when you are miles away from your car and standing on a peak you won't have to worry about these bindings breaking.

Excellent Choice for Serious Splitting

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've run the same pair for 3 seasons, close to 100 tours, in everything from subzero temps to mid-summer slush, and they haven't let me down once. I've seen numerous pairs of the other brands of bindings fail and break in that time, in some cases putting the user at serious risk in the BC. The simple design makes them fool proof; the only part that can fail is the pin and that can be replaced with a spare in minutes. Not the lightest binding on the market but they've never felt cumbersome on the up or down. If you are a dedicated backcountry rider that gets themselves deep enough into the mountains that reliable gear is a must, these are a no brainer.

The best basic bindings!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These bindings are functional, durable and dependable, everything that you need in the back country.