Volkl Kenja Skis 2019 // Women's

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Volkl Kenja Skis 2019 // Women's


r: 15.6 meters @ 156 centimeters // weight: 1560 grams @ 156 centimeters // Rocker-Camber-Rocker

127 - 90 - 110

Well just like her brother the Kendo, the Kenja was revamped in 2016 with a tighter turn radius and the addition of rocker in the tail.  With the addition of tail rocker the Kenja is significantly better in soft snow and off-trail conditions -- this level of versatility was attained without sacrificing a ton of frontside carve-ability.  Whenever you construct a ski to perform well in soft snow the sacrifice is the frontside.  What's cool about the new Kenja is the frontside sacrifice was minimal and the soft snow gains we're tremendous.  

Now on paper the Volkl Kenja and Blizzard Black Pearl 88, two women's skis that are often compared, are even more similar.  Where the difference lies between the two of them is grip and float.  The Kenja will grip better and the Black Pearl will float better, the Kenja will have a little more rebound and the Black Pearl will be a little more forgiving.

We didn't mean for this page to end up being a 'Volkl Kenja vs. Blizzard Black Pearl 88 Review' but if you're looking at one it's best for us to bring up the other.  

If you have skied any of the previous Kenja models the new construction (2016) is a little more forgiving on the frontside and floats a heck of a lot better, if that sounds good to you add it to the cart.

What changed from 2018 - 2019?

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Beech/Poplar Core


Designed by: Volkl // Built by: Volkl, Germany Factory

TLDR: You're a bad ass, that knows how to turn a ski and can get down anything, that's why you don't like other skis.

Recommended Binding: The Volkl Kenja's do NOT include a binding -- the best skis come flat.

Marker Griffon ID with 90 mm Brake

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