Material: UV-Resistant Polyurethane
Buckle: Super Tough Nylon
For 35 years, the name Voilé (vò-lay) has been synonymous with backcountry winter adventure. Rather than the Alps, they are located minutes away from what they claim is the best snow on earth: the Wasatch Mountains of Utah.
Their focus in the early 1980s was aimed toward backcountry skiing and the resurgence of the telemark turn. Then, in 1991, Voilé turned the snowboard world upside-down by introducing the much-needed design of a backcountry splitboard. The original concept was the brainchild of avid Utah rider and Avalanche Forecaster, Brett “Kowboy” Kobernik. He sought out the technical know-how of Voilé’s namesake and CEO, Wally Wariakois. The rest is history.
Today, their straps – orginally made 30 years ago to bind skis together – are big in the bikepacking and adventure cycling world. So much so, we had to have our own…
…straps: the one piece of bikepacking kit you should always have on a trip, and there is no better than a Voile. Carry one for strapping smaller items to your bags/bike or (best) a couple, incase you need to strap two together for a long ol’ strap…
Voile Straps® were invented more than three decades ago as a unique way to bind skis together. They have since evolved into an incredible way to secure, bundle, and repair almost anything on the go
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