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Remz Flowfile Ft. Sean Agoliati , 24 yo, from New York NY.
Alright man, tell us a bit about you and how it all started.
My name is Sean Agoliati. I’m originally for Poughkeepsie, New York, but I have been living in Manhattan for the past two years. I’m 24 years old and I have been skating for about 8 years. My biggest influences that have impacted my skating are my friends who don’t skate, my parents, Tri-State Skate and Greg Keiffer, and of course Remz.
The greater majority of my closest friends had no idea what skating was really all about until I showed them and they have been fully supportive of my progression and the sport every since. Most think skating is petty radical once they realize how technical and insane this sport can get. My parents rock to say the least.
Thanks for dropping all that dinero on skates for me well into my college years and letting me pursue my every interest in life. Greg and TSS have been amazing for the past year or so and I couldn’t be luckier to have such a supportive sponsorship. Lastly, Remz and its ridiculous Team and Flow Team have been a consistent inspiration since I got back into skating in 2004.
I had no idea what Remz was before that date, but I haven’t put another skate on my feet in the past six years and before that I was riding Roces 5th elements back in 1998. My heros: Batman, Robin Hood, who ever it was that invented the inline skate, America, and so many more. […]
It has been great riding for Remz and supporting the brand. Its great to get the chance to promote something that you would do anyways and you believe in. I’m happy that I was able to inspire kids to get Remedyz.
I remember when I was working at Skatebarn and everytime I sold a pair I’d make the kid try v-cut, full cuffs, and no cuff just to see how they like it. And of course I would always push for the no-cuff because that’s what I have always rode haha.
I would love to ride for Remz forever but there are other kids that deserve it more and can represent the brand way better than I could. I’m excited for Josiah Blee to rep Remz hard and show everyone what he can do.
I don’t think I could ever truly quit, just slowing down a bit. Its been one of the best experiences in my life and has given me life long friends.
You’ll still see me around at contest in the northwest and skating parks. I just can’t afford to get hurt so I can’t be going nuts anymore.
I’ve been busy with work and been taking on the adventure to be a career fire fighter, and trying to spend some time with my wife when I can. It is time now to focus more on my career and family.
I will always be on Remz regardless, after skating them for 7 years anything else would feel weird!”
– Kawika Jarman (via).
Check the Remz FlowFile with Kawika (2008) on Remz.
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July 10 2010. Remz visiting Woodward West Camp for the Intuition Week while taking over both the Intuition Skate best trick & the AIL comp.
In order of appearance: Alex Miranda, Andrew Scherf, Sean Cowen, Kato, Joey Jamie, Dave Lang (1st place AIL comp), and Chris Haffey (Intuition $500 Best Trick winner).
Camera: Kato + Dave Lang ; Music: Basek ; Animation: Bonnie & Clyde Agency (via).
Tim Ward: hey dude how are you?
Kato: wassuuup legend!
TW: Hahaha… So you’re heading the Remz company right?
Kato: That’s what i do. Started it in 1998 as a side project of OUT (remember Toto right?) and here i am still strugling damnit. Actually started in 1996 ; 1998 is when i moved here…[…]