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$341.00 – $380.00
PREORDER – Boards are en route right now. We’ve been told they’ll arrive April 25, but let’s not make any promises. It’ll be right around there, and we’ll ship them as soon as they arrive in order, first come, first serve.
The Pantheon Trip has been a staple in the Pantheon lineup since 2015. Every year, it gets just a little bit better. This year, you can count on your Trip to be lighter and a touch snappier, due to the reduced weight by cutting out the top layer of veneer or cork (depending on which model you’re referring to) and substituting for black dyed fiberglass. This deck feels better than ever with no wasted space or material. The bottom features an applewood veneer which is both stunningly beautiful and also acts as a protective layer for the fiberglass underneath. This way, if you bottom out on a curb, you are retaining structural integrity.
Our favorite complete consists of 150mm Paris trucks in the 50/43 configuration and 85mm wheels. This puts a high degree turning truck in front, and a slightly lower degree in back for increased stability, and it does so pretty much bite free. You MAY be able to force static bite (depending on bushing setup and weight) but it would be extremely difficult to get wheelbite going any faster than 5mph. This is ideal if you’re going to be riding your Trip fast and especially on hills. For lower speeds and a smaller turning radius, choose the 50/50 options. We are also offering 165mm trucks for riders who want to fit larger wheels like the 90mm Megawatts from Seismic, and for riders with absolutely zero tolerance for wheelbite. Riders will significantly reduce their chances of kicking wheels on accident with the slimmer setup, as it allows you to land your push foot closer to your center of gravity. We believe this to be both more powerful (faster) and more efficient, but the larger trucks will allow you to set up with softer bushings for even deeper carves. And some riders may go with the wider trucks to opt for the smoother ride of the larger wheel. Just don’t go picking those 90mm Megawatts with 150mm trucks, k?!
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