Well, where to begin… after 9 years of riding on the Remz Australia team, I feel it’s finally time to move on. I’d like to thank Remz Australia and Reds Distribution for their continued support over the years. Having your support from a young age in my skating career has given me motivation, self belief and drive to push harder and better myself in all aspects of my skating. I am forever grateful for all the skates you’ve sent me over the years, each of which house a lot of great memories skating with my friends in various places of the world.
To take a final look back, I’ve put together this video featuring some of my favourite clips over the years. Some because of the tricks themselves, others because of the the filming or the memories associated with that moment in time. I hope y’all enjoy this one! Here’s to the future! New horizons, wherever they may lead! Peace & Love y’all! - Rob Kellett.
Filmed by: James McErlain, Josh Nielsen, Nat Ogden, Zac Hutchings, Dave Russell. Music: HDSN - Life was different with you.
The third episode of The Vault features Chris Haffey, Jon Elliott, Jeff Stockwell, Derek Henderson, Nick Wood, Joey Ihara, Connor O’Brien, Brian Shima, Ryan Northway, and Jared Peterson. The footage on this tape is from 2004 and was filmed in Bakersfield and Fresno, California during a combined Remedyz and 4x4 Tour. - PLAY
Notable clips on this tape are Chris Haffey destroying the famous Poo ledge in Fresno, as well as a young Derek Henderson doing an insane switch up on another crazy Fresno ledge spot. Note: A few times I accidently refer to Derek Henderson, as Brent Henderson. Sorry Derek! - Jan Welch. Visit Thenandnowblading.com.
It’s been a hot minute since the last Remz skates were released (October 2019), but thankfully that all changed last week when they released the new Remedyz HR2.5 White skates! Yep, that’s right, all white Remz baby! An instant classic… But what’s new? Well in this video, I talk about a few of the small changes/ improvements that have been made, as well as the various customisation I do to my Remz setup to get them just the way I like.
So, if you’re interested in a closer look at the new Remz, want to see how I set up my skates, or you just want to hear me ramble about Remz skates for pretty much 20 minutes… then this one’s for you. Enjoy! - Robert Kellett.
Remedyz is back with the HR2.5 White building off the previous version in design to build the latest High Resilience skate. The High Resilience construction on the HR2.5 has been reworked to fix “soft spots” issues experienced on previous skin models and improve overall support and stability on landings.
- New “High Resilience” skin composition
- Clean white colour scheme
- Original Remz freedom-of-feet concept
- Unique hybrid hard/soft boot technology
- New ergonomic supportive Remz liner ft/ Neoprene toe box
- Customisable V-cut / Flat-cut off cuff
- Ankle strap
- High impact shock absorber
- One-piece Soul Frame
- Ground Control FLT 3 frame
- 57mm GC wheels
- Abec 7 bearings
- 42 mm anti-rocker wheels
"Phil Moss and I were lucky enough to be sent out a pair of the new Remedyz skates to test out a few weeks before the official release. So, Phil made the trip up to sunny Brisbane for a few days of filming and good times. A huge shoutout to Remz Australia for their continued support!" - Robert Kellett.
Filmed by James McErlain, Josh Nielsen, Phil Moss and Rob Kellett.
2021 REMZ HR2.5 WHITE - Available now!
It has been an incredible journey riding for Remedyz these past 11 years. One amazing, inspiring, joyful, painful and life changing chapter has come to an end so something new can arise. I’ve decided to try something different.
I am forever thankful and respect you Kato and Remz for all you have done to the blading community and my personal career. It’s been all love since day one and I’m looking forward to see what you create next. After years of beating myself and learning from it, now I’m heading into new horizons with different perspective on the beautiful act of skating.
I’ve had the chance to see where Remz came from and learn so much how passion matters in creating something meaningful. You’re a true legend Kato and I wish only the greatest success to you and future of Remz.
Thank you! Keep rolling and support something yall! Peace and Love. - Nils Jansons.
Camera: Martins Jansons, Kaspars Alksnis, Jonas Hansson, Reinis Petersons, Przemek Madej, Josh Glowicki, Anthony Medina, Fredrik Andersson, Konstantins Makarovs, Almants Nedzveckis. Music: W.A.S.P - Harder Faster.
Hayden Golder - Remz HR 2.0 clips (Australia, 2018) by Bradley Watson.
Evert Lubja x Remz HR 2.0. Filmed and edited by Rene Lutterus. Additional filming by Magnus Kapten.
Music by Pink Floyd - “Another Brick In The Wall” - Cover by Gabriella Quevedo.
“Breaking in the new HR 2.0 by Remz around G-tiim sk8park. Thanks Krišjānis Kalvāns and Raimonds Prūsis for recording it”. - Nils Jansons. December, 2017 Riga, Latvia.
Music: New Cleus - Jam on it.
Filming during the Austrian Winter can be a real challenge sometimes, not being able to warm-up, skating with -2°, not making the clip during daylight. Luckily Fabian Gaile and I managed to get this piece done in the last 2 weeks! - Michael Witzemann.
All filmed on a Panasonic HVX200 and a Sony A6300. Music: Pete Rock - Center of Attention, Aesop Rock - Labor.
For his Remz Pro Introduction, Jo Zenk teamed up with close friends Eugen and Daniel Enin to present the new and highly anticipated Remz HR 2.0. Shot within 6 days during October 2017 in 4K on Sony A7S II and edited by Daniel Enin.
“When Daniel offered to help me shooting this project for Remz I couldn’t be happier. I had an amazing time shooting with the homies working on a productive and professional level with Daniel. It is amazing to work with people I completely trust in what they do to let me focus on my part completely and it turned into my favorite project so far. I couldn’t be happier with what he came up with and the result speaks for itself.” - Jo Zenk.