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Remz Chris Haffey Signature 2.2

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Remz Chris Haffey Signature

Meet the new spiced up version of Chris’ acclaimed Signature model, a true weapon in disguise, the Chris Haffey 2.2.

Along with conceiving the low-cut skin design pioneered on the 2.0 and matching his own “V-cut + strap” setup, Chris personally put a multitude of samples through the test to meet his high technical expectations.

This new Limited Edition 2.2 features a groovy colorway that is sure to turn heads and includes all the advanced features that made the 2.0 and 2.1 a top-seller such as the redesigned rear lacing system, the precise neoprene liner with softer shock-absorber, strong hockey laces giving the skate a distinctive and athletic look, and the new concept of High Resilience (HR) construction providing optimum control & foot support.

“It sucks your foot in there and keeps it right where it needs to be so you’re in complete control at all times” says Chris about the Remz HR concept that he helped develop.

Remz Chris Haffey Signature

Features

  • Classy and Stylish low-cut design and new Colorway by Chris Haffey
  • HR ‘High Resilience’ skin concept
  • High-end ergonomic Remz neoprene liner built to Chris’s specifications
  • Chris Haffey original freedom-of-feet setup w/ Rear lacing system
  • Reinforced ankle strap (w/ plastic buckles included in the box)
  • GC FTL2 frames
  • 57mm / 88a Remz wheels
  • ABEC 5 bearings

More Pictures.

Remz OS4 Nick Wood Edition

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

remz nick wood

For this latest version of its OS4 Color Series Remz inspired charismatic Pro Nick Wood [aka The Woodster] to come up with his own thing!

Renown for his positive and facetious outlook on skating the unique Woodster chose silver, or more precisely “keg silver”, because for Nick it’s always time to have a good time and enjoy skating for what it is: fun!

The OS4 Nick Wood Edition skate has all the proven features of the OS4 including Remz’s Open Shell liner providing great support & comfort, a fast lacing system, the original Remz V-cuff for optimum maneuverability and shoe-feel, reinforced straps, and a minimalist design making it one of the slimmest and lightest skate in the industry today.

remz nick wood

Features: Remz Open Shell Concept, New Remz OS liner, Silver “Party Time” parts, Remz original V-Cuff, Reinforced straps, Replaceable one-piece Soul frame, Replaceable backslide plate, 56mm-90A Remz high performance Wheels, 42mm Anti-rocker wheels, ABEC 3 bearings.

Franky Morales & Jacob Juul: France UK Remz Tour 2011

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Franky Morales & Jacob Juul: France UK Remz Tour 2011

Remz Pros Franky Morales & Jacob Juul touring through France and England. Shot by Kato and Franky w/ some additional Fise contest footage courtesy of Fise.

  • 0:01NL contest 6 in Strasbourg.
  • 1:15 – Street skating in Paris, Lyon, and in between (w/ Sylvain Rigaud).
  • 3:06Fise Contest, Remz booth party, & street skating in Montpellier.
  • 6:51Chaz contest in Liverpool (fw/ Ollie Jones, Joey Egan, & Kato).

Best Cake Ever: Happy Remzday Jon!

Friday, June 24th, 2011

remz cake

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Scott Cooley.
Okay we’re a bit late the birthday was on June 15.

Walter Sanchez (Remz Mexico, Flow): Born To Roll Section (2011)

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

walter sanchez

Bruno Jubin (19) Remz Flow, Spain: Edit

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Filmed in Madrid, South of France & Berlin with a Canon 7D, 18-135mm, 50mm 1.8f, samyang 8mm 3.5f.

Youtube Mirror. Song: MGMT – Kids.

Ryan Sibbio: Spring 2011 Edit by Mike Gagliardi

Monday, June 6th, 2011

Shot in Akron and Cleveland.

Ryan Sibbio

Youtube Mirror.

More Ryan Sibbio Media.

Kato Mateu: we were building our own skates

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

kato

Kato Mateu Interview by Sophie Planque. Kato lives in San Diego, grew up in Montpellier (21 novembre 1974).

Everybody knows him, or already heard of im, Kato Mateu is kind of a “daddy of rollerblade”. Some of us criticize him, and others buy his skates! I wanted to meet him (actually by phone), to let him share his experience and vision of rollerblade. Interview.

Sophie Planque: Hello Kato! You’re married, you are a dad, and run Remz. How do you balance it all?

Kato Mateu: I met my lovely lady, we got married and have been blessed with two beautiful little girls (3 and 5yo now). I do my best to spend as much time as possible with them, I think it’s important to spend quality time with family, especially at that age. And it’s pure happiness.

When I leave on tour or to a contest with the boys, especially if it’s for extended periods of time or if I’m far away (europe for example) it does shake things up a bit, but usually I manage to be working on Remz during the day and spend time with the fam in the evenings.

Of course I mix in a little skate session every now and then with the friends, good meals, and a little sport. You see, I do everything I can to keep a simple life.

Sophie: And what did you study?

Kato: The “blader wanderer” schools (laughs). I dropped out of high-school in my last year. I loved math but not the race to graduation. I didn’t see it as a goal in life.

I didn’t feel like a blanket of diplomas would help me, I usually do better when I’m under a certain pressure in life. That being said, dropping just before graduation was also just plain youth rebellion of course.

After that i went through the somewhat normal rebellious faze of a 16-17 yo, got a bit into trouble, lots of graffiti, and also started traveling much. I don’t regret anything, it all worked out for me. I’m conscious now that I must be a somewhat isolated case, and that graduating might not be a bad idea after all! (laughs). […]

Point of view, Kato Mateu: we were building our own skates.
Version Francaise: Point de vue, Kato Mateu: On fabriquait nous meme nos rollers.









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