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Volkl Kenja Womens Skis 2017

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Overview

Best Use: All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

Width: Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Flex: Very Stiff - for the biggest, strongest, aggressive skier

Very Stiff - for the biggest, strongest, aggressive skier

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Volkl Kenja is always a favorite ski for aggressive skiing women who likes stability and versatility. Rocker in the tip and tail allows you to maneuver the ski easily, while camber underfoot delivers a high amount of edge hold and rebound. A 90mm waist powers through crud, rolls through moguls, floats in the powder, and is nimble for medium radius carves on a steep groomer. A Full Titanal Layer sits above the Multi-Layer Wood Core for extra stability at high speeds. The Multi-Layer Wood Core has a softer wood in the tips and tails for weight reduction and easier control, with a more dense wood underfoot for extra retention of binding screws. Moderate Taper helps prevent the tips and tails from getting caught up in the deep snow on powder days.


  • Multi-Layer Wood Core
  • Full Titanal
  • Full Sidewall
  • Moderate Tip and Tail Taper
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • 3520g/Pair (@163cm)


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Bindings Included No Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 127/90/110 (@156cm)
Tail Profile Flared Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 15.6m (@156cm) Construction Type Sidewall
Core Material Wood w/ Metal Laminate Used No Metal Layer Dual
Warranty One Year Skill Range AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year 2017
Model Number 116388.149 Product ID 434436   
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Hi I'm Julie I just got off the Volkl Kenja. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 star rating. I think it's an excellent ski for an advanced to expert level lady, that is looking for something with a little bit wider waist. Its going to be more versatile all over the mountain. Its a very lively ski you get the most out of it the more you push it. It's extremely snappy in between the turns and its a ton of fun, as a former racer and a race coach now this is a great all-mountain ski for somebody like me so, 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hey Jess here, I just got off of the Volkl Kenja's. I would give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 stars. I actually own a pair of these, it's a great advanced level ski especially for that skier that's got a little bit more power, a little bit more weight. It likes the fast long arching turns, it will stay on edge very, very easy. It definitely likes to be pointed down hill, so if you're looking for a ski that likes speed and likes those big long carves this would be a great ski for you.
 
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Just demoed this ski in new zealand. Phenomenal ski for aggressive skier. Stability and speed are exceptional but the ski is still nimble enough for bumps and variable terrain. Very damp in crud, a truly fun fearless ski for its size. All mountain, not an ice carver.
 
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Q: I'm also interested in the Kenja and cannot decide on the length. 163 or 170 cm? I am 155 lbs, 5'11'', 50 yo. I ski a few weeks yearly in B.C., and Alberta, but also ski in Ontario/New York. This would be my out west ski mainly as I have a hard surface carver. I am a good skier in the east, but just an ok skier out west... I do ski black diamonds, but not always gracefully...
Asked : Mar 20, 2017
By : Ada, Canada
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A:Based on your weight, ability and the terrain you intend to ski with the Kenja, I would recommend the 163cm for to.
Answered : Mar 21, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 5'7" tall and 52 years old. I am an expert skier who loves skiing powder, moguls and trees when they are good. I will ski groomers if that's what's available. I have been skiing on Volkl Fuego 158s for everything but tried a 2013 Kenja at 156 (the only size they had to try) on a great powder day. I really liked them but are the new Kenjas similar? And what size would be best. I do tend to make lots of quicker turns. Would the 160 be better than the 156??
Asked : Mar 07, 2017
By : Julia, Lodi California
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A:The 161cm would be the appropriate size for you if you are height/weight proportionate. Your weight is the most determining factor in selecting ski size. The major difference between the 2013 and 2017 Kenja is that Volkl added a bit of tail rocker and widened up the waist a couple of millimeters. Rocker in the tip and tail makes the ski ride about 5-7cm shorter than it measures.
Answered : Mar 08, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 4'10" about 120-125lbs and looking for a good all-mountain ski. I mainly ski in northeast but will also head out to CO. My current skis are 143 length and feeling a bit unstable this season with all man-made snow and lots of ice here in upstate NY. I ski just about everything (all bowls at Breck and Vail, etc.) but after a few broken bones and torn ligaments, I'm not looking to ski aggressively. I'm looking for a good all mountain ski that offers stability and can move over moguls. The Kenja keeps coming up as the ski to get. What size would you recommend? I was thinking 149.
Asked : Feb 17, 2017
By : QuarterLB, United States
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A:If you are looking for stability, versatility and edge hold the Kenja in a 149cm would be the perfect option for you.
Answered : Feb 20, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I'm looking at the Kenja. I'm 5'6" 130lbs , 44 years old and I am an intermediate skier. I'm looking for a more groomer oriented ski for on piste days out West. I ski the Nanataq in a 170, smallest size, about my head height. I'm wondering between the 156 and 163 Kenja. The sizing chart says 156, but it seems quite short compared to what I'm used to.
Asked : Feb 16, 2017
By : Jenny, Vancouver, BC
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A:Based on your weight, ability and intended use of the Kenja I recommend the 156cm.
Answered : Feb 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hey, I am looking at the Volko Kenja in either 156 - 163. I am about 160cm and weigh around 55KG, i'm pretty small and petite but a confident skier . I love skiing fast, and happy to tackle any of the black steep and moguls runs. Wanting something that easy to throw around and have fun on, but also needs to have good float in powder. I'm moving to Japan for a ski season at the end of this year, will this ski be suitable for me?
Asked : Feb 14, 2017
By : Jess, London
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A:The Kenja sounds like a great option for you. Wide enough for deep snow, sturdy enough to go fast anywhere. Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 156cm for you.
Answered : Feb 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I would like to buy Kenja skis. I am 5'8" 140lb. I ski aggressively on blue and black diamonds, happy off piste (have done backcountry touring). I want to get better in moguls. Should I go for the 170 or 163?
Asked : Feb 12, 2017
By : Christine, Vancouver, BC
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A:Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 163cm Kenja for you.
Answered : Feb 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am undecided between the 149 and 156 length Kenja. I'm 5'3 1/2, 108lbs, 45yrs. Skiing in Northern California. I demo ed the 149 which was great but just wondering if I can get away with the 156 for that bit of extra speed. Any recommendations on length would be appreciated.
Asked : Feb 11, 2017
By : Jane, San Jose, California
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A:Based on your weight and ability, I would recommend the 149cm Kenja for you. You may find the 156cm a bit sluggish and fatiguing. Never hurts to demo it though.
Answered : Feb 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I was riding the Volkl Sol Attiva for the last six years and I absolutely loved it on piste. However I am looking for a new ski that is also great off-piste without losing the ability to carve on well prepared pistes like the Attiva. I've been riding for 17 years now and consider myself an advanced level skier. Is the Kenja a good fit for me? If so, which lenght do you recommend? (I am 5' 5'' and 144lbs)
Asked : Feb 04, 2017
By : Dani, Switzerland
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A:The Kenja will be just what you are looking for. You will notice a much stronger off trail performance. On the groomers it will feel sluggish edge to edge compared to your Sol, but it is way more versatile. Based on your weight and ability the 156cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Feb 06, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 5'6" and weigh 145lbs. I am 62 and used to be an advanced skier but now I like to ski intermediate runs expertly and black diamonds when conditions are perfect. I don't ski enough anymore to be versatile on all types of conditions. I do ski aggressively. I am looking at the Volkl Aura and Kenja. Am wondering what a good length would be and which ski would be better as an all around ski.
Asked : Jan 31, 2017
By : Anniej, United States
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A:Based on your age, weight, ability and preferred terrain the Kenja would be the better option for you. The narrower waist widths will give you flotation and stability without being cumbersome. The 156cm size would be my recommendation.
Answered : Feb 01, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am also stuck between the 156 and 163. I am 5'5" and 150 pounds. I am 44 years old and ski the North East. The reason I am looking at this ski is I currently ski a tweener Rossignol SL 150 ski and love it but I need something wider for when we get powder or heavy wet snow. I am advanced to expert.
Asked : Jan 21, 2017
By : Jill, United States
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A:Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 163cm to be the optimal size for you. It will be a much more stable and versatile ride for you.
Answered : Jan 23, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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