Ivo Veger, Jaro Frijn and Erik Droogh talk about Themselves, Thisissoul and about the sport.
This video is a part of an interview by the website StupidDope.com written by Richard Williams.
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If you didn’t already know, inline skating is a movement well on it’s way to a strong resurgence amongst the young and old alike. Some would argue that it never left. Whilst kicking it in the Netherlands, we noticed many a skater utilizing the bike lanes and that new observation led us to one of the sources for all things inline.
Initially imagined as a web shop in 2006, Thisissoul has posessed a physical storefront since 2012 in the northern Amsterdam. Attracting inline enthusiasts from all over Europe, this skate shop is truly in the know when it comes to getting the pulse on the sport. Whether your preference be freestyle or aggressive skating, you can be certain that Thisissoul has the products you need to bolster your experience.
In a world where we order everything off of the Internet, it’s super nice to have a spot where you can try out each skate to your specifications. On top of owning Thisissoul, Ivo Vegter makes certain to keep blading in the public eye by curating blade schools that teach the youth everything there is to know about the sport. Every single thing that the Thisissoul team accomplishes is for the love of inline skating, and we here at stupidDOPE can cosign on that.
Take a look at the video above to learn more about the shop, it’s etymology, and the passion that runs deep within a couple of it’s riders Erik Droogh & Jaro Frijn.
Long live Thisissoul!