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The History Of Riedell Roller Skates

Hey Skaters, are you interested in roller skate brand history? 

Well, stick around in this article series I will be going through each well-known roller skate brand and their history in this amazing community. 

In today’s article, I will be writing about The History Of Riedell Roller Skates.

Interested in other types of quad roller skates? Check out my article on the Best Roller Skates where I go over all of my top picks.

Riedell Skates has been around for 75 years, the company was founded by Paul Riedell and Sophie Riedell whose goal was to produce the best roller skates and ice skates.  

Their skates are still after 75 years are made in Red Wing Minnesota.

Today after 75 years Riedell is still going strong. Today Paul’s grandsons Scott, Bob, Paul & Dan Riegelman run the Riedell Skates company. 

The Riedell company sells all different types of skates ice skates, artistic skates, derby skates, jam skates, outdoor skates, rhythm skates, and speed skates. 

They also work and have a number of other brands including Riedell Ice, Eclipse Blades, Riedell Roller, Radar Wheels, PowerDyne, Kwik bearings, Moxi Skates, and Antik Skates

Some of Riedell’s most popular skate products are:

  • The Riedell Dash Skate Sets
  • Riedell Dart Ombre Skate Sets
  • Riedell Citizen Skate Sets

The company Riedell is mainly known for selling quad roller skates and their other brand Riedell Ice sells ice skates. So if you are looking for inlines or rollerblades then this isn’t the brand for you. 

My next article about Riedell will be a complete review of their most popular skates so be on the lookout for that. 

Wrap Up 

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