Hard-charging women skiers from Kirkwood to Killington loved ripping groomers to shreds on the old Kenjas. The skis are redesigned for 2019-2020, but these ladies need not worry. Borrowing tech from the much-loved Secret, the new Kenja retains that classic power and aggression. How? Volkl strategically places metal in the places you need it, a design they call Titanal Frame. This gives you power, stability, and precision, but it also saves weight and makes the skis more accessible by cutting down on bulk. So on the one hand, the new Kenjas rip just as hard as the old ones, while on the other, they are easier to ski and more versatile for a wider array of skiers. Adding to the Kenja 88’s credentials is the addition of a 3D Radius Sidecut, which can also be found in the Secret 102. This technology allows for easily variable turn shapes and lengths. From bumps to ice and all the powder or corduroy in between, the Kenja 88 will be at home wherever you take it. Similar skis: Nordica Santa Ana 88, Blizzard Black Pearl 88.