Voile Switchback Binding

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Voile Switchback Binding
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The free pivoting Voile Women's Switchback Telemark Ski Binding has separate tour and ski modes enabling touring with zero heel resistance, and then switches back into ski mode for the downhill. And with its smaller, more accommodating women's-specific size, the Switchback takes the fairer gender for some laps. In free-pivot mode, the Switchback provides an easier, more efficient stride, and your tips won't dive when breaking trail. Included heel elevators and a light-weight design further help conserve energy on the up-track. When you get to the top, you'll appreciate that this telemark binding's enclosed design eliminates ice buildup the 25mm riser height helps transfer your energy to your edge.


  • Womenメs size Mondo Point 23-26.5
  • Mens Std size Mondo Point 27-31
  • 2 sizes for Men and 1 Womenメs model for smallest boots.


  • Enclosed design eliminates ice build-up.
  • Full-wrap around stainless steel toe plate without rivets.
  • Appropriate riser height, 25mm
  • Includes dual height heel elevators, (men)+65mm/100mm, (women)+65mm/80mm
  • Lightest weight available, 3 lbs/1362g/pair
  • Time tested Hardwire heel assembly instead of braided cables.
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The Voile Switchback Telemark Binding is designed to allow superior flexibility for backcountry telemark skiers. It has a freely-pivoting toe for touring. You can easily switch between uphill ascents and downhill telemark skiing with your ski poles. Dual height heel elevators ensure comfortable ascents at varying slopes. The result is as much energy conservation as possible on the ascent, allowing more enjoyable descents. Additional features of the Telemark Binding include an enclosed design to prevent ice from building up, rivotless steel toe plates that wrap around fully, a 25 mm riser height and a hardwire heel assembly in lieu of braided cables. These are the lightest bindings available, weighing in at just three pounds per pair. They do not work with the Voile Release Kit.


A free-pivoting, alpine touring-style telemark binding, the new Voile Switchback allows backcountry telemark skiers to ascend with zero heel resistance thus conserving valuable energy and allowing for easier trail breaking. The Switchback is easily switched from uphill touring to downhill telemark skiing with use of your ski pole. Also, it comes standard equipped with dual height climbing heel elevators for varying ascents. Challenging the competition, Voile is boasting the new Switchback as stronger, lighter, and with the most competitive retail price compared to the current crop of new telemark touring bindings.

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A free-pivoting, AT-style tele binding, the Voile Switchback Telemark Binding has zero heel resistance so you save valuable energy on the ascent and break trails more easily.
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Binding Compatibility:75mm
Boot Compatibility:Voile SD Pattern
Boot Size Range:24-26.5
Free Pivot:Yes
Materials:Stainless steel
Use:Telemark / Backcountry skiing
Weight:3 lb/1362g
Weight - Per Pair:1,451 grams
women's sizing:23-26.5
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Voile Switchback Binding Review:


Light and user friendly. I have never had a problem with ice or anything. I bought them when they first come out on the market. They were pricey but I'm glad I got them.

Ryj at Backcountry.com on 04/17/2010