Posts Tagged ‘remz’
Filmed by Mike Gagliardi, Anthony Medina, Bander Saleh, Konstantins Makarovs, Edgars Krasnovs & Reinis Petersons ; edited by Fred Castro.
Previously: Remedyz True Balance, Press Release.
With the HR1.2 we’re introducing a new generation ‘true-balance’ boot with an adjusted location of the frame that eliminates the outwards bending of Remz skates, resulting in a lot more balanced and comfortable position of the foot inside the boot and a skate that will stay strong longer.
“I feel much more solid in my Remz than I ever had before” says Chris Haffey about the HR1.2.
“It feels so much more natural to be truly balanced over the frame and it took no time to adjust at all. Landings got more solid instantly and even just standing in the skate feels better.”
We never cut corners and stepped it up with the HR1.2, a well-thought-out skate blending great style & superior technique that deserves top place on your list. No joke!
True Balance, a new generation of Remedyz, July 13. Larger Picture.
Grindhouse Catalog, Photo. Thanks Rastaman_dreadlock.
Update: More Photos & Infos.
With this new version of its popular OS4 Color Series, Remz is honoring Franky Morales’s contribution to the brand by giving him a last signature product designed to his own ‘ninja’ color choice: black with purple highlights.
This new “OS4 Franky Morales Edition” features high-end GC FTL2 frames, a Remz OS liner redesigned with new high density foam for support + improved fit and anatomically shaped heel area around the ankle, as well as all the proven OS4 features including the fast lacing system, the original Remz V-cuff for optimum maneuverability and shoe-feel, reinforced straps, and the “Open Shell” minimalist lightweight design making it one of the most sought-after skate in the industry today. Match your style.
– Remz Open Shell Concept
– Enhanced Remz OS liner
– Ground Control FTL 2 frames
– “Ninja” custom colorscheme by Franky Morales
– Remz original V-Cuff
– Reinforced Straps
– Replaceable One-piece Soul frame
– Replaceable Backslide plate
– 57mm-90A M1 Franky Morales wheels
– 42mm Anti-rocker wheels
Quoting Kato (Remz and Franky Morales part ways):
We didn’t anticipate parting ways and there has been a common project in the works for the past few months, a second Franky OS skate, which we both decided to still release soon. […]
We didn’t anticipate parting ways and there has been a common project in the works for the past few months, a second Franky OS skate, which we both decided to still release soon.
Doing what you love, be it skating at pro level or running a skate company, can also have a tough business side to it and some decisions can be hard to make.
Kato and Franky have come to this mutually and believe it will ultimately create a better situation for everyone involved.
We look forward to the future and new team opportunities with excitement and anticipation, and wish Franky well wherever his path may lead.