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Volkl Kenja 2013 Ski Review

Volkl Kenja 2013

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

149 / 127-87-106 / 15.2
156 / 127-87-106 / 17.0
163 / 127-87-106 / 18.2
170 / 127-87-106 / 20.2

Manufacturer's Description

Sporty, slope-oriented freerider with Tip Rocker.

If groomed trails are where most of the action is, but an occasional jaunt outside the lines is fun too, then the Kenja – the woman’s counterpart to the Kendo – is the clear recommendation.

It features a titanium deck for very quick responsiveness and a classic camber for stability, providing a highly sporty run on groomed terrain yet with enough width to achieve the right lift out in the soft backcountry powder. Lighter skiers in particular are practically ensured days of fun with the Kenja.

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Reader Ski Reviews of the Volkl Kenja 2013
Volkl Kenja 2013
Written by w wells on 11/21

Skier Height:5’0 Skier Weight:103 Skier Ability: advanced Ski length Tested:

Ski Review: want to know best height ski for kenja if do a lot of skiing through trees/ moguls

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