Posts Tagged ‘remz’

Remz Session in Seattle, by Nick Wood

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

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This edit was filmed in one day and put together by Nick Wood during a visit to Seattle for the SBS10 organized by Jeremy Townsend.

“I showed up in Seattle on the Friday before SBS (Street Battle Seattle) just hoping to bro down with old friends like Jeremy Townsend and Al Dixon but when I called the Remz Flows from here and SoCal they were ready to jam!

All I wanted was a couple of clips to do a small Remz Seattle thing but these guys were ready to do it big: Cowen, Nacho, Kawika and Blee wanted to shoot hard, which I was not opposed to.

In one day we hit the city and they reminded me why I have such a belief in our Amateurs and the future of REMZ. I travel a lot and see a lot of people, but these guys impressed me.”

– Nick Wood.

REMZ @ the SDSF 2010: Edit by Jason Reyna

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

REMZ @ the SDSF 2010

Remz riders showing what they have at the 2010 SDSF Open.

Nick Wood on the mic, Chris Haffey coming in 2nd rocking the new HR1.1, and a few flow riders stepping up!

Great event and expect more from the REMZ Team before the year’s out!

Bigup Chris Haffey, Nick Wood, Franky Morales (with a broken wrist), Connor O’Brien, Sean Cowen, Chris Couture, Andrew Scherf, Alex Miranda and everyone else who came through and I’m forgetting, and Jason Reyna for the edit.

Blading Legend Tom Ahlqvist: Remz Edit

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

The first time I (Kato) set foot in America it was with him, and we had traveled Europe up and down many times blading every skatepark in sight for years before that.. Next thing you know Remz was born.

It means a lot to me to receive this edit today from Tom, and if you know your history or have been around since the 90s it must be a real treat for you as well! A bowl edit by Tom Ahlqvist!

Tom Ahlqvist

Remz OS4: Official Release

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

remz os4

Remz presents its latest Open Shell design: the brand new OS4.

For this new release Remz adapted its original liner technology to create a brand new Open Shell liner featuring the innovative pocket design allowing it to wrap around the boot and lock it in place, as well as the elastic tongue strap concept and a fast lacing system.

The stylish black & white OS4 also features the original Remz V-cuff for optimum flex and maneuverability, reinforced straps, and a minimalist design making it one of the slimmest and lightest skate in the industry today (via).

remz os4

Features:

– Remz Open Shell Concept
– NEW Remz OS liner
– Remz original V-CUFF
– Reinforced straps
– Remz frame
– Wheels 56 mm 90A
– Anti-rocker wheels 42 mm
– ABEC 5 bearings.

More Pictures of the Remz OS4 on Facebook.

Remz HR 1.1: Promo Edit by Fred Castro

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

Remz HR 1.1

Remz developed a new generation of skates which addresses the problem of many soft boots: the softening and loss of support after a while of use.

The new Remz technology solves the issue by incorporating high end non-stretch composite materials into the fabric, which effectively eliminates stretching and give over time. The result is a much firmer fit and the skate will maintain its performance after long periods of skating.

The HR 1.1 uses high end imported fabrics which were exclusively developed for Remz and offers a host of new details, unique fabrics, structures and design elements. Freedom-of-feet approved for your enjoyment.

Promo edit & motion graphics by Fred Castro.

Features:

– High Resilience composite materials
– Imported fabrics
– Original Remz freedom-of-feet skate concept
– Flush inside soul frame
– GC FLT 2 frame
– ABEC 5 bearings
– 42 mm anti-rocker wheels
– Ergonomic Remz neoprene liner w/ shock absorber
– Remz wheels 56mm/90A

Previously

Remz HR 1.1 (High Resilience)

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

Remz HR 1.1 (High Resilience)

Remz developed a new generation of skates which addresses the problem of many soft boots: the softening and loss of support after a while of use.

The new Remz technology solves the issue by incorporating high end non-stretch composite materials into the fabric, which effectively eliminates stretching and give over time. The result is a much firmer fit and the skate will maintain its performance after long periods of skating.

The HR 1.1 uses high end imported fabrics which were exclusively developed for Remz and offers a host of new details, unique fabrics, structures and design elements. Freedom-of-feet approved for your enjoyment.

Remz HR 1.1 (High Resilience)

Features:

– High resilience composite materials
– Imported fabrics
– Original Remz freedom-of-feet skate concept
– Flush inside soul frame
– GC FLT 2 frame
– ABEC 5 bearings
– 42 mm anti-rocker wheels
– Ergonomic Remz neoprene liner w/ shock absorber
– Remz wheels 56mm/90A

Out Now.. (via).

Remz HR 1.1 (High Resilience)

More Pictures of the Skates.

Mo Marzuq: Remz Flowfile

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

Whatup Mo, introduce yourself man

My name is Mo Marzuq, i live in plymouth ma, been skating for 12 years now, my influences are Gabe Holm, Jeff Dalnas, Johnny Wu, Mark Wojda, i’d have to say my heroes are Haffey, Shima, Rob Thompson!

mo marzuq remz How is it growing up as a blader out there?

I pretty much grew up skating in Boston, its a small city with tons of bladers, so many awesome people. Tons of lil’ groups its really cool when everyone gets together, i skate with Taylor Greene, Jeff Dalnas, John Wu, Gabe Holm, Tim Kelly, Kyle Couture, Mark Wojda, and Johny. There’s a ton more people but these are the guys I’m usually rolling with.

I got a bunch of pre fab skate parks around me that are pretty awful, but i still go and skate them my favorite one is the Mattapoisett park, for a pre fab park its pretty tight… Rye Airfield is like an hour north of me but its incredible indoor park! […]

Check the full Interview on Remz.

Si Corburn: Remz Uk, Slaptap Edit

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Si Coburn dropped a solid edit last week and somehow manages to come up with another banger this week (via)!

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