- Freedom of Feet
. This skate manufacturer is known by many different names but the feel of the skates is one of a kind. Kato and company have been making the best skates period, since 1998. Remz was founded in San Diego under the concept that skates should not lock your feet. Remz aggressive skates
offer some of the widest options to customize your skates. If you like your skates stiff, ride them with cuffs and buckles for maximum support. Want more flexibility? Take off the Remz cuffs and ride them the original way. You can also strike a balance of support and flex with chopped v-cut cuffs and the buckle. Remz offers two unique styles to skate depending on what matches your style best: Classic Remz
: This is the classic sneaker look that has made Remedyz so popular over the years. Only top of the line materials are used on the upper for durability. The teched out upper always matches with that one-of-a-kind toe cap. The new and improved 1 piece soul plate makes the boot stronger and gives a larger soul space to grind on. The best part is they didn’t lose that angled heel on the back of the plate that Remz skates love. The backslide plate comes grooved and allows you to grind through it all the way to the boot without damaging the shell. The open backslide slot on the boot makes this possible. The liners on Remz have been a big draw because of their glove like fit. The liner is designed to fit as compact as possible in the boot and hold tight in place. We always offer a full line of complete Remz Skates, Remz boot only skates, and Remz custom skates at eRolling. OS Remz
: The OS, or Open Shell, skate is a complete redesign on the classic Remz style. The OS skate boot uses the same 1 pc. soul plates and backslide plates while introducing a tradition skate liner into a Remz shell. The OStwo uses 2 velcro straps on the boot, quick lace up system on the liners, and a buckle closure. Hands down, one of the lightest skates ever made, the OS stripped away all unnecessary materials making it more responsive than ever. The OS2 also features Remz new V-Cut style cuff that allows full front-to-back movement. This lets your leg use all of its muscles to jump higher. Featuring a sick black/white colorway, we can make any custom setup on the Remz OS 2 (switch frames, wheels, bearings, cuffs, backslide plates, soul plates) And as if that wasn’t enough, at eRolling we offer all of the Custom Remz skate options. Remz has one of the most respected teams in rollerblading with Chris Haffey, Frany Morales, Connor O’ Brien, and Nick Wood.