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Remz HR 2.5 Skates
Remz
Your Price:   $299.90



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The new Remz HR2.5 [Stealth] features a fresh streamlined design, an all new liner, new reinforced patterns, and a new ankle strap system. Its new internal pattern composition allows optimal use of shell space inside the Remz, this allows for a closer-to-the-foot sizing and at the same time more toe room, while also cutting down some weight. 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. This new HR also features a new remz “wide-strap” (also compatible with buckles) allowing for a slim look while not compromising ankle support. The solid Remz one piece soul frame offers a smooth grind and as always with the renowned classic Remz models, skin and plastic components are connected together to provide the one of a kind Remz “freedom-of-feet” support/flex combination flowing from the brand’s long line of proven and innovative ideas.
The HR2.5 comes fully loaded with Ground Control FeatherLite 3 frames and top shelf Remz 64mm wheels w/ anti-rocker setup. 

Features:
- New “High Resilience” skin composition
- Stealth black color scheme
- Original Remz freedom-of-feet concept
- Unique hybrid hard/soft boot technology
- New ergonomic Remz liner ft/ Neoprene toe box
- New ankle strap
- High impact shock absorber
- One piece Soul Frame
- Ground Control FLT 3 frame
- 64mm Remz wheels
- Abec 7 bearings
- 42 mm anti-rocker wheels
Remz: Run about 1 size small. Narrow width wise around the toe cap.
Shell Sizing: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13


 Average Rating:  5 Star Rating
5.0
 based on 2 Customer Reviews  
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   Major improvements, still half size small, November 14, 2019  By Damon (Murray, UT)(Verified)
I built these on the skate builder with oysi frames. The skates are great. I’m coming from USD carbons so there is definitely a major weight difference, these are pretty heavy. The carbons were also a bit more tight on my ankle, this is persons preference. I prefer the looser ankle now. The skate is about a half size small, I’m a 12 US & the 13 fits perfectly. I’ve heard otherwise for true for the smaller you go but be careful. Otherwise, they’re resilient and lock on better than any skate I’ve tried before. The soul plate has a little hook on the heel which makes licking on to coping extremely satisfying. The liner is much nicer than the old OS liners. The cuff is a bit odd, cutting off the back piece into a V-cut definitely gives you more flexibility which fixes everything. Overall an amazing skate, definitely would get another set.
   Great skates. A few important chages, October 27, 2019  By Chris (Dmv, VA)
I've ridden so many different models of remz, starting all the way back with the original. I've always ridden my remz one way. Strap and laces only, no cuff.

The new strap is perfect for that kind of setup! Lots of support when riding without a cuff. There are no buckles on these at all out of the box nor included.

The new lacing system on the liner really helps keep them tight.

New soul plates slide great, I cant tell the difference from the old one piece plates. Lots of soul and negative space.

Liner isnt as good at the haffey vcut's in my opinion but are still pretty comfy.
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