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Ramelle Knight: Kore Pro Skates

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Ramelle Knight: Kore Pro Skates

Photo: Robert Czajko.

Ramelle Knight: Kore Pro Skates

Previously: Kore Skates Prototypes.
+ Behind the scenes: Flatlines Skate Shop x Kore.

Kore Skates Prototypes (NYC)

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Kore Skates (NYC), Ramelle Knight
Thread on FB (Nov 7, 2012).

Note: the photo below is not the final product. The boot is not completely done.

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Larger picture of the skates | another angle of the shot (sept 2012). Thanks Hedonskate.

Behind The Scenes: Flatlines Skate Shop x Kore (Sep 16, 2012).

During Brian Scott’s memorial session, I Roll NY got the first word on the newest skate about to hit the market.

Robert Czajko, owner of Flatlines skate shop and Ramelle Knight, team rider, introduces us to Kore. The first skate to ever come out of New York City.

Kore Skates (NYC), Ramelle Knight
Thread on FB (Nov 8, 2012). Kore Website: (offline).

Ramelle Knight: B-Unique 1131 Profile

Sunday, April 8th, 2012

Ramelle Knight: B-Unique 1131 Profile

Ramelle Knight‘s profile from the classic skate film “1131” by Chris Brown (B.Unique).

More B-Unique 1131 Sections: Gonzo Jaquez, Jeph Howard, Alex Nunez | Visit

Ramelle Knight: One Minute at Shields Skate Park

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Ramelle Knight: One Minute at Shields Skate Park

Ramelle Knight: Fitted Section (2011)

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Ramelle Knight: Fitted Section

More Media: Fitted | Ramelle Knight.

Ramelle Knight: Aug. 4th Quick Session

Friday, August 7th, 2009

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Rammelle Knight: Haven Arts Gallery Session

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Rammelle Knight

Dipskate’s Ramelle Knight exhibits his ‘art’ with the new Deshi Carbon Skate at the Haven Arts Gallery.

Ramelle Knight: I Roll NY Interview

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

Ramelle Knight

Today I Roll NY presents our first online interview featuring Bronx, New York native Ramelle Knight.

He gives us the inside scoop on the creation and future events of Dipskate, his rap persona Fetty, and the coining of the term Freestyle Rolling along with many other firsts.

Always making his presence known, we provide Ramelle’s interview for your online viewing pleasure:

Thanks iicraigmacii.

Ramelle Knight on Hiphopgame Tv

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Ramelle Knight & Calvin Sayles-Deadly Combination

Friday, April 27th, 2007

By Cy Young

When you think of dominant sports, freestyle rolling may not come to mind, but pro skaters Ramelle Knight and Calvin Sayles are out to change that perception. Freestyle rolling follows in the footsteps of extreme sports and is often referred to as “aggressive skating.” It’s a modern day progression of inline skating which blends music and fashion, just don’t call it rollerblading.

In early 2006 two New York filmmakers, Chris and Courtney Brown, released a documentary on freestyle rolling called, Know Difference, which featured Ramelle and Calvin. The film eventually caught the attention of Diplomat Records co-CEO, Jim Jones. When Jim approached The Brown brothers they told him how much the skaters loved the Diplomat’s movement.

Known for setting trends early, Jones capitalized on the opportunity and decided to get involved with the culture and he launched DipSkate. Tastemaker.Biz talked with DipSkate’s chief skaters Ramelle and Calvin about what they have on their plate and how they plan to push awareness for the sport to the masses. […]

About the Ramelle Knight Pro Skate :

[…] Calvin: My man style is crazy, we just came back from Germany there are people that wanna put Mel’s name on his own pair of skates and he gave input on how they should be designed, those skates gonna be out on Christmas. […]

Read the full article on Tastemaker
Thanks Perris

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