Released December, 2010
The Pros:Versatile design makes it useful over the entire mountain. Handles a fair amount of abuse without showing signs of wear. Good carving ability in almost all conditions, great edge grip.
The Cons:Lose some of the edge grip in powder, a little too slender.
The Volkl Kendo is a mid-cost freeski. This ski is geared toward skiers at the intermediate level of skill. This ski is made for 50/50 frontside/backside skiing, all mountain. The Kendo has a thin layer of titanium between the core and the surface, which gives the ski more integrity and dampens vibration.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
The Power construction of this ski consists of traditional vertical sidewalls that offer grip and stability. The Kendo's Sensorwood core is CNC milled using vertically laminated poplar and beech wood, a design that makes for a solid feel. The Kendo has the same design as Volkl's Mantra model, but with a 127-88-109 sidecut, which is 8mm narrower in the waist. There are size options available for the Volkl Kendo freeski.
- Size options
- 127-88-109 sidecut
- Power construction
- Sensorwood core
- Color: Black/White
- Titanium layer
- 170 - 19.9 radius
- 177 - 21.9 radius
- 184 - 24.1 radius
- 191 - 26.2 radius
User Reviews (1)
versatile design makes it useful over the entire mountain
handles a fair amount of abuse without showing signs of wear
good carving ability in almost all conditions, great edge grip
adequate floatation for deeper snow and powder
plows through powder and crud without losing stability
light enough to be easy to carry around
lose some of the edge grip in powder, a little too slender
You may also like...