Völkl Kenja Skis.

Nov 1, 2011
Outside Magazine
Völkl Kenja

Völkl Kenja Skis    Photo: Courtesy of Völkl

Looking for one ski that can handle bumps, resort powder days, and groomer carving? The poppy Kenja—the sister ski to last year’s Gear of the Year–winning Kendo—gives you quick feet and, unlike its rockered peers, a long running surface from tip to tail that is sure to please women with strong carving skills. The supple tip makes for easy initiations, but the ski releases nicely thanks to a narrow tail. The edge hold is magnetic. It’s a veritable one-ski quiver for easterners or a western carver’s dream ski. 129/86/105

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