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Valo V13 Sizemore Pro Skates
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Valo is very pleased to announce the release of the 2015 Spring Skates. We are very excited to introduce the 2015 Winter Clash winner David Sizemore’s first Pro Model, the “V13.DS”  in a classic black color way. This skates is built from the same shell as all Valo plastic shelled skates, the tried and true M12 shell. David has designed an all new custom fit liner for added comfort for his foot and all that chose to ride his skate.

Features:
VTF Frames
58mm 88a Valo Wheels
Abec 5 Bearings
42mm 101a Anti's with Abec 1's
Sizing Chart below is specific to Valo V13/TV/AB/EB/SK's.


Run about 1 - 1 1/2 sizes small. Due to narrow width.

Shell Sizing: 6-7, 8-9, 10, 11-12, 13-15
 Average Rating:  4 Star Rating
4.3
 based on 3 Customer Reviews  
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   Decent skate right here son!, June 11, 2017  By Trey (Jersey city, NJ)(Verified)
I am new to aggressive skating, so this review will be affected by that.

Also this my first pair of aggressives coming from riding the Rollerblade RB80's. That's something to keep in mind as well.

Let me start with the fit: I am an 11(28.7cm) With average width feet (4.125 or 4 1/8cm) and I was aware these ran small due to their narrow width, and I have to say I did have some heel lift from sizing up. Though, this was easily remedied by doubling up on socks. After that, the fit was tighter.

The difference in weight was also noticeable between my RB80's and these. I believe the Sizemore's were heavier due to them having a soul plate, which my RB80's didn't. (they were urban skates) Luckily, I adjusted to them and they aren't too cumbersome.

In terms of build quality, I'd say they hold up. The shell is hard plastic which is strong while still maintaining it's flexibility, which also helps the fit. Nice beefy frames, as well. Though I only grinded on them a couple times (Still learning my first grinds) the wear is minimal. It can also take some abuse from drops and stairs. and The membory buckle is always a nice touch.

The Liner is pretty damn comfortable! As opposed to my RB80 liners (Which would leave sores on my shins before my sister recommend me a fix. God bless dat Ace bandage) I haven't be irritated by them yet,even before the doubling up of the socks!

One of the things that did kind of bother me was the size of the Soul Plate. It is pretty Narrow, which was difficult to lock on. However, I wonder if I can attribute that to my lack of skill. I've seen Sizemore go to town on these things so, I guess if your intermediate to advance it may not be a problem for you.

Overall, This is a decent skate. Aside from the weight and the small plate, everything else checks off. I just would tell beginners to beware the soul plate size, it may be difficult to lock on with soul grinds for you.

p.s. Fuck the RB80's laces, these are where it's at.
   I'm pretty satisfied!, June 11, 2017  By Trey (Jersey city, NJ)(Verified)
I am new to aggressive skating, so this review will be affected by that.

Also this my first pair of aggressives coming from riding the Rollerblade RB80's. That's something to keep in mind as well.

Let me start with the fit: I am an 11(28.7cm) With average width feet (4.125 or 4 1/8cm) and I was aware these ran small due to their narrow width, and I have to say I did have some heel lift from sizing up. Though, this was easily remedied by doubling up on socks. After that, the fit was tighter.

The difference in weight was also noticeable between my RB80's and these. I believe the Sizemore's were heavier due to them having a soul plate, which my RB80's didn't. (they were urban skates) Luckily, I adjusted to them and they aren't too cumbersome.

In terms of build quality, I'd say they hold up. The shell is hard plastic which is strong while still maintaining it's flexibility, which also helps the fit. Nice beefy frames, as well. Though I only grinded on them a couple times (Still learning my first grinds) the wear is minimal. It can also take some abuse from drops and stairs. and The membory buckle is always a nice touch.

The Liner is pretty damn comfortable! As opposed to my RB80 liners (Which would leave sores on my shins before my sister recommend me a fix. God bless dat Ace bandage) I haven't be irritated by them yet,even before the doubling up of the socks!

One of the things that did kind of bother me was the size of the Soul Plate. It is pretty Narrow, which was difficult to lock on. However, I wonder if I can attribute that to my lack of skill. I've seen Sizemore go to town on these things so, I guess if your intermediate to advance it may not be a problem for you.

Overall, This is a decent skate. Aside from the weight and the small plate, everything else checks off. I just would tell beginners to beware the soul plate size, it may be difficult to lock on with soul grinds for you.

p.s. Fuck the RB80's laces, these are where it's at.
   valour 13 DS, March 10, 2015  By joe freitas iv  (Sacramento, CA)
Nice! I want these bad, size 11
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