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Kenja 88 Ski [2022]

Volkl Kenja 88 Ski [2022]

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Item No. 25562729_000_170
CAD$ 799.99 CAD$ 559.94 (30% off) Final Sale
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When it comes to the buffet of skiing, if you are a glutton that cannot decide between groomers or powder, bumps or trees, the Volkl Kenja 88 is the plate (ski) that can handle your hearty appetite. The impressive carving performance comes from the three different radii in the sidecut, aka: the 3D Radius Sidecut design. Depending on speed and edge angle, the snow connects with a different part of the ski, supporting that specific turn, managing the terrain and forces smoothly.

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3D RADIUS SIDECUT

3D Radius Sidecut: R1=Tall Radius | R2=Centre-Main Radius | R3=Tip Radius

P-TEX 2100

A sintered high-density and high molecular polyethylene base with great gliding characteristics and high durability.

Features

  • Multilayer Woodcore
  • Titanal frame
  • P-Tex 2100 base
  • Tip & Tail Rocker
  • 3D Radius Sidecut
  • Carbon tips
  • Radius: R1 = 18 | R2 = 12 | R3 = 22 m (at 156 cm)
  • Sidecut: 129-88-111 mm
  • Weight: 1650 g (at 156 cm)
  • Skill level: Advanced/Professional
  • Product ID#: 25562729
  • Vendor Style#: 121416
Fit & Sizing

Alpine Skis Sizing Guide

In addition to other important factors like skill level and terrain type, choosing the right ski for you depends on knowing which size is best suited for your height. This simple measurement provides an approximate guide for beginners who are new to the sport and are unsure where to start when it comes to sizing. Use the following size chart to help guide you to the perfect ski.

Alpine Skis Size Chart

Height (in) Beginner (cm) Intermediate (cm) Advanced (cm)
3' - 3'1" 65-74 cm
3'2" - 3'3" 75-79 cm
3'4" - 3'6" 80-84 cm
3'7" - 3'8" 85-94 cm
3'9" - 3'10" 95-104 cm 105-109 cm
3'11" - 4' 105-109 cm 110-114 cm 115-119 cm
4'1" - 4'2" 110-114 cm 115-119 cm 120-124 cm
4'3" - 4'4" 110-114 cm 115-119 cm 120-124 cm
4'5" - 4'6" 120-124 cm 125-129 cm 130-134 cm
4'7" - 4'8" 125-129 cm 130-134 cm 135-139 cm
4'9" - 4'11" 130-134 cm 135-139 cm 140-144 cm
5' - 5'1" 135-139 cm 140-144 cm 145-149 cm
5'2" - 5'3" 140-144 cm 145-149 cm 150-159 cm
5'4" - 5'5" 145-149 cm 150-154 cm 155-165 cm
5'6" - 5'7" 150-154 cm 155-159 cm 160-169 cm
5'8" - 5'9" 155-159 cm 160-164 cm 165-175 cm
5'10" - 6' 160-164 cm 165-169 cm 170-185 cm
6'1" - 6'2" 165-169 cm 170-174 cm 185+ cm
6'3" - 6'4" 170-174 cm 175-185 cm 185+ cm
6'6" + 180+ cm 185+ cm 185+ cm

On average, your skis should fall somewhere between your chin and forehead when held upright. There are a few additional details that play a significant role in determining which ski size is best fit for you. After consulting the size chart, be sure to consider your weight, skill level, skiing style and the type of terrain you’ll be frequenting.

Here are some reasons for sizing up or down:

Weight

  • Size up if you are closer to the high end of your weight range or above average weight for your height.
  • Size down if you are closer to the low end of your weight range or below average weight for your height.

Skill Level and Style

  • Size up if you are an advanced/expert skier who prefers to be fast and aggressive in style.
    • Longer skis tend to have a more stable feel.
  • Size down if you are a beginner/intermediate skier who prefers skiing at a more leisurely pace with quick turns.
    • Shorter skis offer higher overall manoeuverability.

Terrain

  • Size up if you love to explore the backcountry. Most off-piste skiers lean towards longer skis.
  • Size down if you prefer carving your way down a well-groomed mountain or hard pack snow.
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