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Queen of the mountain.
With splitboarding's popularity exploding in recent years, riders are seeking a simple and solid solution for skinning up and ripping down their favorite backcountry lines. The Voile Women's Light Rail Split Snowboard Binding hits all the right notes for the ambitious backcountry rider, namely an incredibly robust, lightweight design with an adjustable fit. Seamlessly sliding over Voile's puck system, the Women's Light Rail Binding offers a solid riding interface without excess material inhibiting uphill efficiency or sacrificing feel underfoot.
The 6061-T6 aluminum base plate and 7075-T6 aluminum rails ensure long-lasting use, even through the extreme rigors of backcountry touring. The open base plate design eliminates ice build-up while allowing adjustment of your Voile pucks without removing the bindings or messing with an alignment guide. Fully adjustable, the heelcup moves forward and backwards for the perfect fit to your specific boot size. This adjustable heelcup also allows the highback to reach a negative angle for better efficiency and comfort in tour mode.
Updated straps for this season are plusher than ever, creating a comfortable fit without pressure points holding you back on demanding tours. The lower highback maximizes support without pinching calf muscles. Another improvement are re-designed ladder straps, which create smoother ratcheting action with the aluminum buckles. As with previous Light Rail Bindings, the long slider pins deliver a reliable touring interface with the included brackets. Please note, the Light Rail Binding does not include dual height climbing heels.
- Light Rail Binding with wide slider pins and touring brackets
- Slides onto Voile pucks for solid riding interface
- 6061-T6 aluminum base plate and 7075-T6 aluminum rails
- Adjustable heelcup allows for negative highback angle
- Female-specific highback with tool-less forward lean
- Plush, 3D-shaped ankle strap for maximum comfort
- Sizing: Small 5 to 8.5, Medium 9+ boots
- Proudly made in Salt Lake City, Utah
- Q & A
Best Entry Level Split Binding
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
If you've got any Voile, Light Rail, splitboard set up or any other gear questions, hit me up. Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).
If you want some assistance building a splitboarding set up, drop me a line and I'll be able to assist with picking everything out and getting you into the proper touring set up (and we can chat avy gear too!).
The Men's Light Rails were the first split specific bindings I rocked and loved them because of the low price point and simplicity. The one major draw back is the pin system, but I wouldn't let that be the thing to hold me back if I was looking to get my first pair of split bindings. If I had more coin to drop, I'd look at the Speed Rails.
Shoot me an email or call me and we can size up the bindings for you and get the rest of the parts you'll need.
Shoot me an email anytime you have questions about these bindings or if you'd like to compare splitboard bindings options or work on a full splitboard set up! Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).