2020 Volkl Kanjo Skis

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2020 Volkl Kanjo Skis

The 2020 Volkl Kanjo skis are a fantastic choice for all-mountain skiers who are looking for both strong carving performance as well as versatility. This is a highly utilitarian ski that has a ton of upside and very little downside. They make a variety of turn shapes and sizes, and many skiers form many different backgrounds will love the performance and versatility of the 2020 Volkl Kanjo. Thanks to the construction, profile, and shape, the Kanjo is poised to become one of the most sought-after intermediate to advanced skis on the planet. Built with a multi-layer wood core and a titanal band, the Kanjo is light, quick, and stable. The metal layer runs the central portion of the skis, but leaves the edges alone, and this gives you great fore/aft flexion while letting the edges of the skis be playful and forgiving. Quick turns are a snap while longer turns can hold up to some serious speed. You'll love the versatile nature of these skis on all terrain and snow conditions, as they're built to stand up to quite a load. From front-side carvers to back bowl skiers, the 2020 Volkl Kanjo is a surefire winner. The tip and tail rocker keep you on top of any fresh snow, and the tail helps you release your turns making the ski feel more playful. The camber underfoot hoods up and makes some clean turns and helps keep you in control on steeper and more technical terrain. At 84 mm underfoot, the 2020 Volkl Kanjo will tame any terrain that you can find.


  • Sidecut: 123/84/104 mm at 168 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 17.6 meters at 168 cm length
  • Multi-Layer Wood Core
  • Titanal Band
  • Full Sidewall
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
  • Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced skiers

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2020 Volkl Kanjo Skis
I skied on these skis last weekend and LOVED them. Are the Blizzard Brahma 82 skis similar? I skied on 168s. Thanks!
Question by: John Husted on Feb 4, 2020, 8:17 AM
HI John!
The Brahma is a tad narrower and more precise thanks to two full sheets of metal versus the titanal band that runs the central portion of the Kanjo. As a result, the Brahma is heavier and more stable at speed, but also more demanding of your time and energy. If you LOVED the Kanjo, I'm not going to talk you out of them--great skis!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 4, 2020, 2:28 PM

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