Voile Revelator Splitboard - Men's
VoileRevelator Splitboard - Men's

Explore beyond the resort.

Once you discover the freedom of the backcountry, you may have a revelation that leads to you never getting a season pass again. The Voile Revelator Splitboard helps you get to the top of distant peaks and shreds untracked powder like a solid board.

Splitboards have traditionally used drilled inserts to mount the binding pucks. Because these inserts offer a finite range of angles, getting the pucks lined up exactly has always been a hassle. However, the new Channel Puck System makes setting up your pucks easy because it offers an infinite range of angles and stance widths so you can get your stance exactly right.

Camber underfoot provides pop and power, and improves edge hold on hardpack, while early-rise rocker in the tip and tail gives it float in powder and offers a more forgiving feel. A setback stance helps you keep your nose up in the deep stuff, and carbon glass ensures a stiff, responsive flex for control and precision. Paulownia wood in the core decreases weight without sacrificing strength, and it comes from sustainably-harvested trees. The Revelator also includes clips, pucks, screws, and T-nuts so you can get out into the backcountry right away.

  • Camber with early rise tip and tail
  • Directional shape
  • Channel puck system
  • Stiff flex
  • Carbon glass
  • Paulownia wood core
  • Includes clips, pucks, screws, and T-nuts
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Alaska Tested

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought the Revelator this year for my first season splitting in AK. Impressions? This is an bomber splitboard. I beat the hell out of it this season.

We have had a pretty decent snow year in Anchorage area, followed by long dry and windy periods, so I have had the opportunity to test this board in both blower powder and wind-crusted, sluffy bulls**t. I have to say it performs everywhere that Voile claims it does. For being a positively cambered board, it does exceptionally well in powder. A gap is starting to appear in the middle of the board when I clip everything together into ride mode, but I may just replace the Voile clips with some Karakorams to remedy it.

Highly recommend.

Sick Splitboard!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

This was my hubby's christmas gift and I feel like I made him a kid at Christmas--he is OVER THE MOON with this split board. He's used it a handful of times now and has only the best say about it. The other reviews will give you all tech specs and I can tell you that I'm sure this board will be well loved and worn by the end of the season.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This board is a great tool to efficiently get you into the backcountry. All those lines you have been thinking about but haven't quite had the right equipment. This is the board to get you there and Voile's best offering in the splitboard market. Made from 2 layers of glass/carbon, and paulownia wood this baby is light on your feet, and steady at high speeds. Comes in at 6 pounds 6 ounces in the 159 version i tested. A few things i really loved about this board was the profile with the hybrid camber shape. Felt like this board shape provides a secure attachment to the snow compared to others due to the elongated camber present. Where the camber ends the rocker begins with an early rise tip/tail to keep you floating. I also really loved the nose on this board as it acts a PFD in deep pow. The board features a nice medium flex allowing you some room for error, but stiffens up at high speed blasting through any chunder.

I really enjoyed my time on this board. Everything from the way it toured to the decent was perfection. The voile system was outdated with the old pin system but with them coming out with the new Voile speedrails i fell in love with the whole voile package again. The bindings are lightweight, and switching over without the pins i am finally as fast as my skier friends:). Finally they are a local Salt Lake company who has been leading the charge in backcountry riding for years. You get a high quality, locally built board that is designed for everything the wasatch mountains have to offer and beyond. At the price of this board and the other voile products you get the best deal without sacrificing performance, and usability. If you want to chat about this board or any other splitboarding questions feel free to reach out anytime to my contact information below!

Think Snow!



  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There are two things about this plank that were most apparent right off the bat: how well the camber performs on the up and a wonderfully easy ollie. Torsional flex and the overall solid feel of the board when together was a huge step up from my K2 Panoramic (which was surprising considering the cap construction edges-- less surface area meeting along the sidewalls/edges).

It does have a big ol fat nose and early rise, but the overall shape is still cambered and I sometimes find I have to consciously keep the nose up in deep or grabby snow. Definitely more oriented towards a variety of conditions over just pow. I was skeptical of the canted pucks at first (e.g., what if ice gets underneath, or my bindings don't align, etc.), but they've been great.

I got some Jones 70% mohair Universal Skins for these boys, and I've been mostly satisfied. For the Wasatch and places with good/steep access, I'd go full nylon. But for places with longer approaches the mohair really shines and I wonder what I'€™d do without it.

The 162cm was my choice, but I'€™m used to larger boards. I'€™m 5'€™8 160lbs, so the 162 is maybe a little big, but with the softer flex, oversizing a bit is fine. I did demo a 154, which was very playful and I could see it being useful in tight coulie€s... But I wouldn't want it for a daily driver.

But the best parts? 1. The weight. 2. The price.
You won'€™t find a lighter board at this value. For me, the low cost makes the board a little more disposable-- which is important because I tend to go through boards in the same timeframe regardless of the price point. Plus I think it performs as good or better than pricier decks.

Voile is a great company. This is a great board.

Photo (c) Niles Andrus


Incredible splitboard design!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Voile Revelator is light underfoot when climbing on the skins. Its versatile in variable conditions, and floats like a dream in the powder. The channel puck system makes for on the fly stance adjustments which makes splitboarders happy. I was able to splitboard the Wasatch for a whole season last year on this board. It is my go to split now. I feel I got to push it to the limits on this board with all the terrain it traveled on. Voile has really brought it to the game with this split. If you are looking for a new splitboard you are gonna want to consider this one. I know I am glad I have mine.

Has Voile changed anything for the 15/16 version?

The Revelator is the same board this season. What is new this year is the Revelator BC. With its “Voile Traction-Pattern Base,” the Revelator BC lets backcountry snowboarders ride up and down moderate, rolling terrain without the bother of applying climbing skins. You still need skins on this board, but in a flat meadow when in touring mode these can save time from putting on the skins because you can just throw the board into touring mode and cross the terrain. I would not consider this a replacement for skins, but another tool to use when accessing long approaches or flat run outs.

On Backcountry.com- Voile Revelator BC Splitboard- Item # VOL000B http://www.backcountry.com/voile-revelator-bc-splitboard?skid=VOL000B-ONECOL-S162CM&ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6Vm9pbGU6MToyMzpWb2lsZQ==


Channel System is Nice!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Conditions: Groomed trails

Location - Solitude Ski Resort

Size: 162cm

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My specs:

Height: 6’0” (just under)

Weight: 180lbs

I took this deck for a few laps on resort the other day. So my review won’t provide the best picture of the boards true capability. It’s a nice board that in the one section that had a patch of powder it floated nicely due to the early rise in the tip.

On hard pack, the handling was a bit tough. The edges didn’t seem to have the best hold when powering through turns. I grew up on the ice coast and love throwing down a good carve but struggled a bit with this deck.

The channel system for the bindings is awesome. The micro adjustments it allows and ease of tweaking my stance was phenomenal.

Hopefully I’ll get the chance to get out on a tour soon with this board, that way I can use it in some powder.

Jared D.

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800.409.4502 ext 4055


In the product description it states that voile hardware is included. So my question is, would I still need to purchase a split kit?

Best Answer

Hey jason D.,

The board comes with the hardware to keep the skis connected together. You will need to purchase binding interface hardware separately.

2015 Voile Revelator