Check their website for some behemoth boards.
Edit: Neni, for shame! Their international headquarters is in Switzerland!
Never seen, never heard of...
haha, the shop I rented the splits would be one of the listed dealers.
The Radd Air Tankers are actually really flimsy which gives them a lot of play so you can toss it around. I don't recommend people ride them but riding something that big just requires knowing how to exaggerate your movements. Big boards aren't for everyone and there's that "special" breed that wants them. I've ridden stuff bigger than 170 and you go really really fast and hold an edge really well. Jibbing is kind of hard.
Biggest I've ridden was a Coal 168, thats big enough for my 120lbs
. Yes, defenitely had to exaggerate my movements
slow turns were bit hard, but the faster, the easier. Was pretty amazed by the carving abilities of this board.
Anyway, the Tanker could be interestig for the husband. He was thinking about getting a 180 next. Hope, I find a review on it of you
EDIT: nope... found no reviews, neither here nor anywhere online more recent than 2008.
Mind to give some more impressions? We know how Custom X, Raptor, Highlife, Flagship ride, (but at "normal" lenghs around 158-164). Anything comparable? Would you recomnend it to a guy who only rides pow and good old euro carves and loves insane speeds. No park/jib