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Adapt Skates - Review by Cody Sanders (2017)

Fri, Jun 16, 2017

A lot of people have come to me with questions and interest over Adapts the past few years, so I decided to do a video review to answer a few basic questions about the skates.

Adapt Skates - Review by Cody Sanders (2017)

Forgive some of the out of focus shots, I filmed it all alone so I couldn't see what I was doing a lot of the time. Also, the ledge wasn't waxed and it was 8 in the morning, so cut me some slack, haha.

Adapt Skates - Review by Cody Sanders (2017)

If you're not satisfied with my review, you can get all the technical jargon at Adaptbrand.com - Cody Sanders.

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Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

Fri, Jun 2, 2017
Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

Few clips of [Russel Day] for his 31st birthday.

Russell Day (31) - Happy 31st Birthday, Adapt Edit (2017)

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Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)

Wed, May 31, 2017

Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)
Russell Day & Derek Hall - Adapt Clips by Michel Prado (2017)

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Interview - Skate Talk with Adapt Brand - Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant

Wed, May 24, 2017
Interview - Skate Talk with Adapt Brand - Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant

Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant are the owners of Adapt brand. Adapt is a inline skating brand handmade in Holland. Hope you enjoy this 66 minute talk with the two owners of this unique brand who wants to reduce the number of skates sold and improve the quality of their customers.

Interview - Skate Talk with Adapt Brand - Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant

Content

  • 01:25 - it all started as a love story.
  • 05:33 - freestyle blading, rollerblading or inline skating?
  • 07:53 - traded Belgium for Holland.
  • 08:05 - End of Forward Freestyle
  • 10:40 - "I was encouraged by my mom to skip school and skate if the weather was good."
  • 12:30 - Called Olga and told her about a Dream to make a skate and had a name..
  • 17:20 - we are 2 handshakes away from every other skater.
  • 20:06 - Lino and Pieter were speed skaters.
  • 21:22 - rollerblade twister boot
  • 23:00 - 4 screws frame mounting system
  • 28:55 - New adapt secret skate project
  • 30:02 - Adapt goal.
  • 30:20 - making skates more expensive
  • 32:53 - Adapts for slalom
  • 35:25 - How Lino plans his days
  • 36:52 - Olga's main role
  • 39:10 - I'm a full time chef
  • 41:20 - Adapt Team video
  • 45:10 - Mike Lilly and actual Adapt Team
  • 48:10 - Fake but funny advertise break
  • 58:30 - Randy spizer and Louie Zamora had Adapt Skates.
  • 59:37 - Nick Labarre
  • 1:00:44 - Julian Bah
  • 1:03:27 - New Hyper Skates vegan
  • 1:05:12 - should we make a geeky part 2 or not?
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Julian Bah & Levi van Rijn skating Brookrun skatepark in Atlanta Georgia (2017)

Sat, Apr 22, 2017
Julian Bah & Levi van Rijn skating Brookrun skatepark in Atlanta Georgia (2017)

Julian Bah and Levi van Rijn tested the Russel skates out at Julian his neighborhood park. Enjoy a night with the boys.

Julian Bah & Levi van Rijn skating Brookrun skatepark in Atlanta Georgia (2017)

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Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

Sun, Apr 16, 2017

The story of how Russell Day became an Adapt rider keeps reminding me of an old Chris Haffey interview in Daily Bread. Chris talked about buying his first skates from his now longtime sponsor.

Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

For some reason, that felt right to me. The idea that one of the biggest superstars in blading once bought his skates from a small company just because he wanted to show his support strikes me.

Russell Day - 2017 Adapt Stealth Pro model, Promo Edit

There is nothing more flattering then a rider who buy's the product just because he loves the brand and wants to support it. Russell Day wrote me an e-mail when we just started out with Adapt. Telling me how he liked the brand and wanted to try it out.

Already afraid we had another rider asking for free skates, he just replied he wanted to buy them. 5 years later, that same person who wrote us that e-mail, just received his first Adapt pro skate and had been a member of the Adapt family since day one.

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