For the intermediate to advanced woman skier who values bomber hard snow performance and sticks to maintained runs with brief forays into the deeper stuff, the Völkl Kenja is one of the best choices in the business. Featuring women-specific Bio-Logic geometry and flex, the Kenja is fine-tuned to a woman's stance and needs, and delivers the goods when it counts.
Tip Rocker - An early rise tip with camber underfoot floats in the fresh and aids maneuverability, with forgiving turn initiation in any snow.
Bio-Logic Flex - Völkl carefully matches the flex to complement their Bio-Logic stance and geometry parameters. A bit stiffer in the tip for quick turn initiation and a bit softer in the tail for easy exit from the turn allows you to ski longer with less fatigue.
Bio-Logic Geometry - Bio-Logic sidecuts are wider in the tip and narrower in the tail than unisex designs and feature a tighter radius in the front of the ski and a longer radius toward the tail. This shape lets the skier finish the turn with less effort and reduces stress on the knees.
Bio-Logic Stance - Bio-Logic models with tip rocker use the profile of the ski to create a more level stance, allowing less loading of the quads and better, more relaxed performance.
Multi-Layer Wood Core - Völkl freeski models feature an all wood core that places denser ash in the binding mount area for greater retention and lighter and softer poplar elsewhere for suppleness and snap.
Powered by Titanium - A metal layer just under the topskin delivers dampness and power at speed.
Power Construction - Conventional vertical sidewalls combined with a Torsion Box construction used in Völkl's freeskiing and race lines. Often combined with a Tough Box sheath in the freeski models.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
Volkl products can only be shipped within the U.S.