Voile Mojo RX Spiltboard 
Sold complete with Voile Mojo RX splitboard deck, Voile splitboard hardware, and Voile splitboard climbing skins. Mount any regular snowboard binding to the Voile Slider Track.
Voile Mojo RX splitboard - A Backcountry Magazine 2011 Gear Guide Editors' Choice
New shape, new profile, a prescription for your powder flu!
The Voile Mojo RX splitboard is an all-mountain ripper that keeps the best of the original Mojo, but adds the powder friendly benefits of a rockered nose and more tapered tail.
Camber and snappy tail are maintained to make the new Voile Mojo RX splitboard a go to deck for serious backcountry riders.
Also includes new updates to the splitboard hardware: Lighter touring brackets, more durable Slider Tracks, durable plastic coated climbing wires, and a new binding support shim for better uphill skinning.
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|Recommended Use:||Freeride, Powder|
|Hardware Included:||Voile Universal Splitboard Interface|
|Nose Width (cm)||30||30.7||31||31.1|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.1||28.7||29||29.1|
|Nose Rocker (cm)||28||30.5||32||32|
|Tail Length (cm)||14||15||16||16.5|
|Tip Height (cm)||5.5||6||6.5||7|
|Tail Height (cm)||3||3.3||3.3||3.5|
|Effective Edge (cm)||112||115.5||118||122.5|
|Stance Width range(in)||16-22||17-24||17-24.75||17-25|
|Board Weight (kg/lbs)||3.2kg/7lbs.1oz.||3.57kg/7lbs.14oz.||3.6kg/7lbs.15oz.||3.71kg/8lbs.3oz.|
|Suggested Rider Weight Range (lbs-kg)||
4 of 5 stars
|This new update to the Mojo rides well. i really like how light the boards have become. Because of this new shape, choosing the right size doesn't have to be as big as it was in the past. I used to ride the 166, but with the 15mm taper, the rockered nose and the slow-rise shape to the nose and blunt tail, I dropped down to the 161. The new top sheet is awesome. It is like a teflon coating, so sticking sunbaked snow can easily be brushed off. Out of all the split boards I've tried, I was really impressed with this board. However, I wish it had a little more rocker, and camber in the back tail. That would give it quicker turns, better float, and great ollie pop.|
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