Light Rail
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Pros Innovative, simple transitions, affordable, cool forward lean adjusterDownhill performance, comfortable, easy to lower heel riser, pucks includedAffordable, slightly average downhill performance
Cons Heavy, slightly awkward buckles, snow in touring interface an issuePin system, binding swivels, harder to work with gloves on, heavyHeavy, poor uphill performance, average straps, lean, and risers, difficult to adjust forward lean, transitions are more challenging
Bottom Line A decent performer and relatively friendly on the walletA comfortable binding for the descentWhile friendly on the bank account, others will provide higher performance
Rating Categories Voile Speed Rail Union Expedition Voile Light Rail
Uphill Performance (20%)
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Weight (10%)
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Transitions (30%)
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Downhill Performance (30%)
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Straps Lean Risers (10%)
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Specs Voile Speed Rail Union Expedition Voile Light Rail
Measured Weight (pair) 3.4 lbs 3.52 lbs 4.13 lbs
Compatible systems Spark Pucks, Voile Pucks (Regular or Canted), Burton Channel Pucks, One Binding System, and Ibex Crampons Karakoram Splitboard Clips, Union Crampons Voile Pucks, Voile Splitboard Crampons
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