2015/2016 Völkl Kenja ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s All-Mountain Front Category and awarded it an Editors’ Choice honor.

The Kenja’s new design includes a wider waist (now 90 mm underfoot) tip and tail rocker as well as early taper in the tip. Testers awarded the all-mountain ski equally high scores for versatility and stability. “This is a well-rounded ski,” says Kelly. “It’s rock solid, fun and effortless all at once.” The Kenja retains its race-ski style construction, which includes titanium, vertical sidewalls and multi-layer wood core where Völkl used dense ash underfoot and snappy poplar in the rest of the ski. Johnson calls the Kenja “a trustworthy go-to ski you’d want to take around any mountain.”