Reecom and Kullu have found one of the best spots for the necessary visibility in Salzburg. The building, built in 1909, was first a timber mill, then a sawmill and later a broom and brush factory. When a new passion moved into the building, the character of the whole house changed dramatically. The enthusiastic sailing brothers Kurt and Ernst Seidl proved their extraordinary talent during their Olympic participation in the 1972 Flying Dutchman class. Ernst Seidl then found the opportunity to change his expertise and in 1973 extended a part of the upper floor for his famous sail maker Seidl-Sails. He used the attic to store his raw material.
Kurt Seidl ran the sailing and boat accessories shop, which was soon expanded to include windsurfing and snowboarding distribution. In 2003 Kurt's sons Michael (Professional Sailor, European Tornado Champion) and Berni (Worldcup Windsurfer) took over the helm and subsequently, other action sports such as kitesurfing and skateboarding moved into the location. 2007 saw a meeting of ideas that still remains melded together to this day: The upper floor of the traditional house was converted into a showroom for Reecom and Kullu. In this Salzburg hotspot, you will encounter the most exciting brands housed under one roof. This building is a meeting point for Austria's hottest action sports scene.
Gniglerstrasse 35 // 5020 Salzburg