2022 Volkl Kanjo 84 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack 11 GW Bindings

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The Volkl Kanjo 84 provides a blend of a lightweight construction and an energetic feel that a lot of intermediate and advanced skiers would enjoy. Featuring Volkl's multilaminate core and Glass Frame Construction this ski remains impressively light and exceptionally snappy while remaining fairly damp and stable at moderate speeds. While it doesn't provide the same power as the Titanal frame featured in other skis like the Kendo 88 and the M6 Mantra. It still provides the torsional stiffness needed to make a nice turn on a firm groomer. A fairly elongated rocker profile in the tip and tail add to this skis maneuverability overall making it very fun for short, skidded turns, ump runs and tight trees. At 84 millimeters under the boot, the shape of this ski suits a skier that prefers frontside or groomed terrain over other terrain types, but it provides just enough versatility for those who want to be a bit more adventurous. As a matter of fact, the Kajo 84 is a phenomenal bump ski thanks to its forgiving flex and maneuverable profile. It won't feel like you have to fight against the ski to maneuver it through the bumps, but instead will flex with the quick terrain changes and allow you to shuffle around very quickly for an elegant and graceful performance. This ski just provides a very agreeable package that so many different skiers would enjoy.


  • Sidecut: 125/84/107
  • 3D Radius: 25/17/20 meters at 184 cm length
  • Core: Multilayer Wood Core
  • Full sidewall
  • Fiberglass Frame Construction
  • Titanal Band
  • Rocker Camber Rocker
  • Early Taper
  • Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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I am about to pull the string on the Volkl Kanjo 84 skis (175 length). I was wondering about mounting location and where it is relative to center. I am a bit like Jeff and like it to be slightly forward, like a +1 or 2, and I was wondering if these have an alternative forward location.or is the recommended mounting location sufficiently forward to be a good carver without being too far forward to loose their other fun characteristics (hope that makes sense). I plan for mostly hard pack, but still want something to go off piste with... thanks Jon
Question by: Jon Skalwld on Dec 12, 2021, 10:31 AM
Hi Jon,

Volkl recommends a center mount for all of there skis with the exception of their twin tips which can be mounted either more forward or back from center mount depending on your skiing preference and style for park or switch skiing. Center mount on the Kanjos will put you right where you need to be to carve and for off-piste.

Thanks and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 13, 2021, 10:40 AM
I am an intermediate to advanced skier. I am 5' 6'' and 162 lbs. I am 68 yrs old. I should get about 10-15 days out west this year. I ski with the grand kids but still enjoy attempting moguls and some trees. I am currently on Salomon X Drives at 161 length. I am looking at three pairs of skis you have in your inventory. 2021 Kastle FX 86, 2021 Stockli Laser AR's or 2022 Volkl Kanjo 84's. Any ideas on which skis and at what lengths would be best for me.
Question by: Keith Kirkpatrick on Dec 29, 2021, 8:31 PM
Hi Keith,

At your height, weight and skiing ability, you should be on 161-165 length ski, depending on the make and model offered by each brand.

I think the best ski for value is the Kanjo- approachable, versatile and precise. The Laser AR and and Kastle FX 86 are on the stiffer side, and need to be driven hard to perform at their best. Go for the 161 cm length.

Have Fun!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 30, 2021, 10:27 AM
Greetings, I am interested in the Kanjo 84, but I am trying to figure out what the height of the ski should be. I am an intermediate, to novice advanced skier at 148 lbs 5’7” 52 years. It looks like these skis come in 161, then 168. I am hesitant to get 168, however I’ve seen mixed reviews. Some say go high at 169 or 170 on certain skis. Which height would be appropriate? Would 161 be too short?
Question by: Harry on Dec 30, 2021, 10:52 AM
Hi Harry,

At your height and weight, we would normally size an intermediate skier on a 175-170 cm length ski. I am a bit confused on what level skier you are, as you describe all three. if you are a beginner, you could go down to the 161 cm length. Intermediate to advanced, go with the 168.

Hope this helps and have fun!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 30, 2021, 11:43 AM
How’s this compare to the Rossignol Experience 82 Basalt? I’m a 37 year old East Coast intermediate/advanced skier. I have a pair of Kendos and they’re just a bit too much for me anymore. They’re still great when I want to charge hard but I’m looking for something a little more mellow and less fatiguing. Pretty much focused on the frontside and groomers at this point. Thanks!
Question by: Greg on Feb 8, 2022, 11:03 PM
HI Greg!
The Kanjo is a great mix of Kendo and Experience 82. Very energetic and snappy with a good amount of versatility. We got on them yesterday and remembered how much fun they are. I'd go that route!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 10, 2022, 2:46 PM

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