Sydney based Chilli Surboards was founded in 1997 by Jamie Cheal - a true natural of the shaping art. Although he'd shaped his first board only two years previously at the age of 22, Cheal's rise to prominence was swift; by 2004 the late, great Andy Irons was riding Chillis en route to his third world title.
Chilli's range of boards is truly diverse, with a model to suit pretty much any type of wave or surfer. The 'Peppa' range, for example, with its low rocker and high volume, is well suited to the relatively slow waves found in Cornwall and Devon.
Chilli Surfboards are manufactured in Warriewood – just down the road from Narrabeen. They have earned a strong reputation for quality control and customer service.