Pantheon Quest Complete

3 customer reviews


The Quest is an ideal commuter longboard for tall riders and riders who have fairly large stances. The Quest is also an exceptionally strong board, featuring 7 layers of maple ply sandwiched by triaxial fiberglass and bird’s eye veneer on either side. Riders up to about 250 lbs will be fine on this board, and it’ll still have a noticeable dampening flex down to about 180 lbs. The Quest is 37 inches long, and features a 1-inch drop with drop-through truck mounting, and about 0.2 inches of rocker between the drops. The deck has a lot of leverage and is suitable at speed, although not necessarily designed for high velocity downhill riding (look to the Nexus). If I were traveling across the country on a skateboard, I would trust the Quest 100% for its durability and an appropriate flex and concave profile to be able to handle anything the world can throw at you.

Picking a Complete

Our favorite complete consists of 150mm Paris 150mm trucks in the 50/43 configuration. This puts a high degree turning truck in front, and a slightly lower degree in back for increased stability. This is ideal if you’re going to be riding your Quest fast and especially on hills. For medium to lower speeds and a smaller turning radius, choose the 50/50 options. Finally, while we prefer the tight fit of a 150mm truck, we are also offering 165mm trucks for riders who have zero tolerance for wheelbite. With the 150mm configuration, riders MAY be able to force wheelbite, depending on bushing choice, riding style, and rider weight. We certainly don’t want anyone getting hurt, but if you’re willing to finagle with your setup a bit and make sure it’s dialed for your needs, we believe the slimmer setup to be superior. Riders will significantly reduce their chances of kicking wheels on accident, and the slimmer setup allows you to land your push foot closer to your center of gravity. This is both more powerful (faster) and more efficient. On the other hand, you’ll definitely want a 165mm truck if you’re riding wider wheels like Orangatang Caguamas, for example. With Speed Vents offered here, the fit is just about perfect with 150mm.

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  1. CQ (verified owner)

    150mm 50 deg trucks
    75mm clear blue speed vents

    Great quality board, beautiful deck. Very responsive with the wide concave deck, this board reacts to every twitch you make; it’s not very forgiving in that sense. Rolls very smooth. I like to long distance longboard for cardio and compared to my sector 9 this makes it harder to get the heart rate up! It’s also longer than my sector 9 but handles like it’s shorter. I have experienced occasional wheel bite with the recommended trucks & wheels but only on really sharp carves. I’m not much for hills or pumping so I can’t comment, but this board strikes me as a jack of all master of none. It’s been very stable on the slight hills I have ridden. The deck doesn’t flex too much under my 200 lbs. Very happy with this board.

  2. Mason

    Hi this is mason

    • Jeff Vyain

      Hi Mason

  3. Kyle (verified owner)

    I don’t know what to say other than this board feels alive. Like it has its own personality and chose me. I messaged Jeff about a year ago asking about the pranayama, but I was a bit apprehensive because I’m a big guy with a wide stance, and he directed me towards the Quest and I couldn’t be happier with it. People regularly think I’m on an electric board. it makes no sense how this thing is able to move the way it does. it glides over everything and gives back what you put into it. With the new Karma wheels on it I find the center line to be very stable, and the more I lean into a turn the more responsive it gets. this is great for me because I often mix up my riding. Sometimes I’m cruising in a straight line for miles, other times I’m weaving in and out of the sidewalk and city streets. This board will cure your depression and may very well have a soul of its own.

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