It's remarkable how fast the resort's groomed corduroy goes from neat and organized to messy and chaotic before lunchtime, but you rarely notice a difference because Volkl's Kanjo Ski keeps you speedy regardless of the time of day. Heavy on the camber, the Kanjo cuts into corduroy and crud with equal tenacity, and there's just enough rocker in the tip and tail when snowfall's keeping the resort soft and variable. Volkl made this ski on the stiffer side for more intermediate to advanced riders. The multi-layer wood core blends poplar with stiff beech wood so you can feel a little pop with each turn, and titanium stringers ensure proper stiffness; if you feel like you should ski with something stiffer than titanium, then you might be a superhero.
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