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Chase Hiller Pro Model – Technical Downhill Longboard

Pantheon Chaisy: Exists. Need we say more? Okay, fine. We will. It’s the coolest downhill longboard ever made. Let’s discuss.

After nearly a year of design, shape testing, and construction testing, the Chaisy is here. It used to be just a meme. And now it’s a skateboard. You asked. We delivered.

Modern downhill longboards are shorter and slimmer and more serious than ever. But that doesn’t mean they have to be a one-trick-pony. The Chaisy breaks the mold of the modern downhill race longboard and sets a new standard. It checks all the right boxes. And while checking those boxes, it finds a way to stand completely apart from the crowd.

Downhill Longboard Conceptualized through Chaisy

Conceptually speaking, downhill racers typically like the surf-shape top mount. This ain’t 2012 no mo’, and while the old CHiller Pro (Chase’s old pro mode) had all the right feels in all the right places, it was, as a shape, simply out of style. Coming to grips with this forced us to think of an updated pro model from the ground up. Chase has simply tried every skateboard out there, and he always comes back to these crescent-shaped microdrops and fairly tight stance. Not too much, not too little. Wrapping these features into an all-new surf-shaped downhill board while still making the board aesthetically pleasing was a task. When the old meme took off, to simply make a surf shape out of the CHiller mold, it was a no go. That board would’ve been the ugliest board imaginable. Weird curves in odd looking places. Angular and awkward.

But could we put these types of features into an aesthetically pleasing shape? This was the task at hand.


Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 95 × 15 × 5 cm

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