The Kenja has a Sensorwood Light Core along with what Volkl call a 'titanium-enhanced power box construction, with an early rise tip rocker and classic camber profile'.
Add to this a 'bio-logic' geometry and apparently less effort is required in turns which in turn supposedly puts less strain on the knees.
What this meant on the snow was a brilliant all round ski. Grippy and responsive in short turns and on ice and superb in longer and medium turns.
On piste the Kenja is strong, comfortable and stable but with lots of pop, while off piste it manages to be forgiving and floaty.
The Kenja is powerful, sensitive and stable but still fun and will suit advanced and expert skiers progressing further off-piste who need a ski that can take on pretty much anything. You really do get the best of both worlds with the Kenja - on- and off-piste.