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2020 Pantheon CHiller Pro Longboard

$160.00

5.0 (4 reviews)

67 in stock

Description

2020 Pantheon Chiller Pro

Maple / Fiberglass MicroDrop Technical Downhill Longboard

THE STORY

The original Scoot deck has been revamped more times than any other deck in our lineup and it has historically been our most popular downhill board since it started to catch steam after its original release in 2016. It is the most aggressive of any of the downhill boards in our lineup in terms of features and concave, with intense but ergonomic micro drops, a tapered concave from the front to the back, and rear W-concave. It has also historicaly been ridden by our most talented downhill racers, from Scott Hurdleston in the early days to Chase Hiller more recently. We renamed this deck as the CHiller after the skater who has been pushing its limits to the max, sometimes beyond what we even thought was possible! Chase Hiller with a standup topside pendy, anyone? The CHiller Pro deck and mold has been one of the most epic shapes we’ve ever created, and for 2020, we have combined a classic maple construction with fiberglass for a deck that is torsionally race-stiff and ready to perform that also doesn’t break the bank.

A TRUE “PRO MODEL”

We aren’t just sticking Chase’s name on a deck as a vanity project. Proceeds from board sales go into helping Chase cover costs associated with his racing career, from ramen noodles to plane flights. Your purchase helps support his skateboarding. Having a direct connection from board sales to financial support is more rare than you might think in the longboard world, and it’s something we are proud to implement at the base of our business model for this board.

MAPLE / FIBERGLASS CONSTRUCTION

In order to produce the functional and performance oriented, but cost-effective skateboard, we brought the construction of the CHiller to the next level. During our prototype process, we tested several cores with all bamboo/fiberglass, combinations of maple, bamboo, and fiberglass, all maple, and finally a classic maple layup with fiberglass in various positions.

We settled on putting the fiberglass under the top and bottom layers of maple in a classic 8 ply maple sandwich. We did this for a couple reasons. Firstly, fiberglass SUCKS to touch, from both a user-perspective as well as for the person making the board. After you wear your board in, periodically, you’ll pick up your board and loose fiberglass will end up in your hands. The same goes for the person sanding the deck. The more exposed the fiberglass, the more you’re going to feel it. Secondly, we’ve been making wood decks for 6 years and really feel as though boards are most aesthetically pleasing in wood. The CHiller looks better than ever with an all-new graphic and dyed maple veneers.

So now that we’ve told you all the things we don’t like about fiberglass, we’ll tell you why it’s there. The biggest reason is that we wanted to create a deck that wouldn’t warp on you, no matter how much you abuse it. Furthermore, we are able to create a lighter weight layup while still offering downhill-capable rigidity for enhanced control when blasting down hills and into slides. Once we weighed the benefits versus the costs, hiding a couple of layers of triaxial fiberglass inside the board was a no-brainer that will result in even fewer board failures and higher performance.

Finally, we’ve added a sweet griptape design with 36-grit, downhill ready griptape on the top. There is definitely more value than ever in this board!

SHAPE

The biggest change you’ll notice from previous models is that we’ve added a tail! This is hardly a requirement for a downhill longboard, but it is a great addition for fun! We also made some very slight tweaks to the shape, including taking in the width to 9.6″. Along with the thinner profile, what you’ll notice most are pronounced curves in the drops and a comfortable, yet functional, W-concave in the rear of the deck. Last and certainly not least, we set this puppy up the way that Chase has been riding it, by flush mounting and shortening the wheelbase from previous models. Repeat: the platform size HAS NOT CHANGED, but the wheelbase has!

TECHNICAL DOWNHILL LONGBOARD WITH PURPOSE

The most notable thing about this deck is just how functional these curves are going to feel. The CHiller Pro has every feature you could possibly want in a downhill longboard, if you’re a feature-lover. The concave is not basic at all, but it packs the features into the deck in a very ergonomic way. It almost feels like suction cups for your feet. It’s kinda ridiculous. You’re going to look at it and wonder who we sold our soul to in order to bend wood like this, and then you’re going to stand in it every chance you get and attack hills with more confidence than ever. Ridiculously ergonomic wood bends combined with a lightweight, torsionally stiff and strong board make for a winning combination.

Tech Specs:
Length: 36.3″
Width: 9.6″
Wheelbase: 24.25-26.25″
Drop: .375″ Modified Crescent

4 reviews for 2020 Pantheon CHiller Pro Longboard

  1. Ryan Sharit (verified owner)

    Pantheon longboards are definitely from another planet. The functionality and durability of these decks are amazing. The drops are agressive yet subtle. The w and taper are perfect, it gives you a few options if you prefer a more narrow or wide stance. Wheelbase options are perfect, though I do wish the tail was a tad wider. I have my scoot set up with 45° 169mm dont trip boomers and it feels so comfortable for freeriding ive never felt so confident on a board before. This beauty of a beast is definitely something you should get if your a fan of concave, quality boards , and awesome service from an amazing group of people behind the madness! Go get a pantheon board!

  2. Colin (verified owner)

    The Scoot is a wonderful board. It has some of the most aggressive concave I have ridden, and somehow manages to be extremely comfortable underfoot. The W concave is the closest I have experienced to perfection, getting out of the way for the front foot while providing good leverage for the rear. It also has pretty solid wheel clearance. I’m running 186mm Rojas with no riser and 72mm Powell Byron Esserts, and have yet to experience wheelbite, Pretty much the only wish I have for it would be to be a bit lighter, but the weight is what you would expect from a maple/carbon tank.

  3. Jeremy Plum (verified owner)

    After owning the OG Scoot, I was so deadset on never buying another downhill skateboard ever again… unless it was another Scoot. And the 2018 Scoot is nothing short of incredible. I have never felt so confident and locked in on a skateboard as the Scoot. From the old mold, to the new, there is nothing but improvements.

    I have mine set up with 180mm Bear Kodiaks, Venom Magnums and 1/4″ riser pads and this thing soars. The added kicktail just makes the hills so much more enjoyable.

    Stop thinking about it, just buy a Pantheon already.

  4. Adrian

    I’m not sponsored or affiliated with Pantheon in any way. I recently obtained a Chiller and I must say it’s easily the board with the best concave I’ve owned. I owned a Pantheon Asura in the past and I would say this thing is a true topmounted version of that board with a mellow w in the back (microdrop instead of a drop platform). The front foot is locked in as good as I’d expect from pantheon and even with my size 7.5 US foot, getting leverage over the whole board is easy. The rear w is so mellow that I don’t notice it when riding. You don’t really feel it until you want it when sliding which I enjoy because I don’t like most w concave. While the tail is small, it’s perfectly functional and the nose is even slightly upswept for people daring enough to use it. I’m running my Chiller with 164mm k5s 46/46 and powell snakes. It’s easily the board I’ve felt the most comfortable on in the least amount of time. Still being new to standup slides, this thing has been an immense help in instilling confidence in my ability to push my limits. I will definitely be buying another Summit series deck in the future.

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