Blizzard Zero G 105 vs Voile HyperCharger
- Great for advanced skiers
- Lightweight touring binding
- Ski well for its weight
- Freeride characteristics of the 120 but in a skinnier waist
- Hold up well in carving
- Great for deep, fluffy backcountry days
- Light and easy to use
- Charges quickly
- Good value for the money
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Surf and Float - Voile HyperCharger Ski Review - The Backcountry Ski Touring Blog
Moderate camber underfoot lends to stable footing when sidehilling in firmer conditions and the ultra lightweight construction is noticeable when tackling big days in the mountains that require an extra boost of energy (or fewer grams underfoot).
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