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All the mountain you'd want to ski.

A mid-fat waist and torsion box wrap give the Volkl Kiku Ski quick edge-to-edge power and control, and the wide tip and Full Rocker profile make the ski feel a hovercraft on deep pow. It features a wide-radius sidecut for high-speed stability and arcing turns top to bottom; and the carbon reinforcement silences chatter on those long run-outs. You're probably thinking, 'But that sounds like an all-mountain ski,' and you're right. Just don't leave the Kiku in the garage on a powder day; its 107mm waist makes it the girthiest ski in Volkl's women's freeskiing lineup, and the ski most eager to get after the fresh stuff.

  • Full rocker profile
  • Power/Tough Box construction
  • Vertical sidewalls and internal torsion box
  • Multi-layer Sensorwood vertically laminated poplar and beech core
  • Powered by Carbon reinforcement

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5 5

Get em while you can

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

My girlfriend replaced her everyday (110 mm ish in waist) ski with unnamed backcountry touring ski last year and hated it. I quickly sold those and got her a pair of arguably the best women's skis made. She loves the Kiku! Every girl I have spoken with that owns these skis loves them. Get them while they last, they are discontinuing.

5 5

Great Woman's ski

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

I got this ski for my sister, a hard charging Telluride and she absolutely loves it. She skis it on everything - groomers, bumps, chalky snow and naturally powder. She has nothing but rave reviews. And, to top it off, she really appreciates the new graphics.

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my sister rides the kiku as well. She frigging loves this ski.

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She should stock up using your "connections"! Although the Gotama remains.

What have they changed on this ski versus...

What have they changed on this ski versus one of the original Kikus? Comparison to samba other than width??

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The Samba and the Kiku are a bit different. Samba's have traditional camber underfoot while the Kiku is fully rockered. You will notice much better performance on groomers with Samba because of the camber and narrower waist and smaller sidecut (it turns quickier). It's a slightly more versatile ski than the Kiku. You are going to see better flotation with the Kiku in powder due to the fatter girth and rockered shape.

5 5

Best womens ski on the market, hands dow

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Finally an aggressive female ski! I love everything about this ski. It rails with power on groomers, with a rockered profile it wiggles in the trees, steeps and bumps and holds up to high speeds. It's the perfect combinations of playful and agile while holding up stiff and strong. Also, I love that it comes in a 178 for the tall ladies out there! This ski is a must have for intermediate to expert female skiers. You will love it!!!

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Im 5'4- they're out of 162's - could i run with the 170's?
Currently skiing 165 VJJ

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Hey Patsy.
I am 5'3" and 120 lbs - expert and fairly aggressive skier.
I would choose a 170 in this ski, I am currently on the 175cm VJJ.

can someone compare to Rossignol Savory...

can someone compare to Rossignol Savory 7? Looking to buy these as a gift for my wife. She has rented the Kiku's in the past and has loved them. I was thinking she may prefer the Savory's because they appear to be softer possibly more forgiving? Any insight would be welcome. Thanks

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My wife, an non aggressive expert (5'7", 110 pounds) has skied the Rossi line and the Volkl line, and she far prefers Volkl.