Superior backcountry performance for the ladies.

Backcountry babes shouldn't have to rely on men's equipment when they want to slay untouched lines. The Voile Women's Light Rail Splitboard Binding has a highback that's specifically designed to fit women's legs for increased comfort and performance. The Women's Light Rail also interfaces directly with your Voile pucks to eliminate the need for the thick baseplate found on standard snowboard bindings. This works with the lightweight aluminum construction to simplify your setup, reduce weight, and improve performance.

The Women's Light Rail essentially makes the slider piece that you would normally use to attach your standard bindings into the baseplate. This means the Women's Light Rail's baseplate slides directly onto the pucks, putting you closer to the board. It also creates a more stable, secure feel, so your splitboard performs more like a solid board.

The Avalanche Rip Cord release system allows you to undo both straps with the pull of a cord so you can bail out in avalanche rescue situations. A negative forward lean setting allows for longer strides so you can tour across flats more comfortably and efficiently. New straps this season reduce pressure points, and redesigned ratchets operate more smoothly. If you like to reach your lines with your own two feet, the Women's Light Rail will help you get there.

  • Interfaces directly with Voile pucks
  • 6061-T6 aluminum baseplate
  • Padded highback
  • Stiff flex
  • Avalanche Rip Cord binding release
  • Touring mode negative lean
  • New improved straps and ratchets
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Voile Light Rail Bindings

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I picked these bindings up for my Roxy splitboard after using regular bindings for one sizing. This was a huge improvement. Having your boot closer to the board will make the board more responsive and easier to turn. I find these bindings very easy to transition between touring and riding. I

Great bindings

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

People seem to complain a lot about splitboard bindings being a pain to use, but these are straightforward and extremely easy to switch from touring to riding. They seem to be durable and are definitely comfortable and fit perfectly with the Voile pucks.

game changer

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Last season I had the Voile plate system to use an older pair of regular snowboard bindings, which elevates your foot from your board by a lot. It worked, but I wasn't a huge fan. These babies make the board feel natural and are so much easier to use, and way more comfortable! You wont be bummed if you get these, promise!

Is this a pin system to secure the binding to the puck, after sliding it on?


You're correct. The Voile Light Rails work with the Voile pucks. You slide the bindings over the puck interface and then to lock in place, you'll slide the pin through the front bushings on the bindings and that'll keep the bindings secure and in place.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead


What is the sizing for the women's bindings?

Sizing for the Women's Light Rails is as follows:

Small: 5 - 8.5 (Womens)

Medium: 9+ (Womens)

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead

800.409.4502 ext 4055

What other hardware is needed to mount these on a Salomon split (the board says it has inserts set up for voile)?

If your Salomon board is a blank split you will need the Voile universal hardware kit.

If you are referring to the Salomon Premier Splitboard, that board comes with the hardware you will need.

If you would like to talk about this splitboard binding or any other snowboard product we sell, please contact me at the info below.

1-800-409-4502 ext 4420

Light rails and snowbows

Light rails and snowbows

Gorgeous photo Cindi Lou!

Trustworthy and light

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The women's light rail has a customizable fit to make it hug your boot for comfort and performance. The base plate slides over the voile pucks seamlessly so that they are quick in transition and you are as close to the deck as possible. The high back is adjustable for full range of motion on the ascent and however much forward lean you like on the descent. The light rail is light years better then the old plate system.

thanks for the info cindi lou! what splitboard are you using these with? i just ordered the nitro volta. would love to chat split with you!