Völkl Kenja: Alpine Ski Review

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Völkl Kenja: Alpine Ski Review

   Photo: Ryan Heffernan

All Mountain

The Kenja is a master of all terrain, thanks to an even flex and a modestly tapered sidecut. On snow, that translates to a huge sweet spot—you don't have to be "on it" all the time—with a low swing weight and silky ride. At 86 millimeters underfoot, it's got a perfect blend of carve and float. There's not quite enough surface area for deep crud, but the Kenja confidently handles mixed snow and leftovers. And, of course, it's a flat-out screamer on groomers. 129/86/105.
TAGS: silky, quick edge-to-edge

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