The Revelator BC Splitboard by Voile enhances the skinning efficiency of the best-selling Revelator with its signature Traction-Pattern base. Inspired by the fish scale-like design found on cross-country skis, this base pattern delivers skinless grip when you're touring over flat-to-rolling terrain, such as open alpine meadows and low-angle tree runs. Ultimately, it's a great way to improve your touring efficiency when long, drawn-out approaches are mandatory to accessing the goods farther up the mountain. Take note, you'll still need skins for steep uphill travel, so please don't leave home without 'em! You'll find the fish scale-like base blends into a traditional sintered base at the tip and tail, so you won't have to sacrifice much in the way of downhill glide when you're ripping steeps, open bowls, and pristine tree runs. The rest of the Revelator BC is based directly off the standard Regulator, and that's a good thing if you desire a stable, hard-charging split with ample float in the deep stuff. Its directional shape and cambered profile work in tandem, locking into carves and holding an edge precisely on steeps and dicey snow conditions. There's a bit of rocker in the nose, as well as subtle tapering going on in the tail, so you'll reap the benefits of additional float in powder. Shaving weight without sacrificing structural integrity, the lightweight paulownia wood core is supplemented with two layers of carbon-infused fiberglass for enhanced responsiveness, lively snap, and greater vibration damping at high speeds. Voile's signature cap construction helps to further reduce weight, as well as reduce damage from impacts with tree branches and other objects lying underneath the snow. Moreover, you'll find Voile's Channel Puck mounting system, which gives you nearly infinite mounting options without the hassle of traditional splitboard systems. It includes Voile clips and hooks for a solid connection, as well as Voile pucks for easy binding mounting.