CELEBRATING FREEDOM SINCE 1991 | Longboards, Powderboards, Snowsurf



While we are seeing some late snowstorms, most of the resorts in Europe, Asia and North America have closed for the 2023-2024 season.

All of us at Rad-Air would like to thank our team, global ambassadors and all of the Tanker riders (old and new) for their support this year.

Our introduction of the new freeride camber Tanker line and the first ever production Tanker Splitboard was a major success along with the limited edition Project X collaboration with Winterstick.

Our team continues to set the bar on the global freeride venues with Ralph Castelberg and Liz Kristoferitsch on the podium for the 25th Anniversary Longboard Classic at Stuben and Mambo Jonckheere dominating the Der Weisse Rausch at St Anton.

We continue to tweak and refine the Tanker line and have a few new technologies that will be available for 2024-2025 Tanker line and are excited to announce that we will have another limited run of Project X collaboration boards with Winterstick that will incorporate one of the new performance tweaks from the regular Tanker line and a new surprise Project X board as well.

We are super grateful for all of the global support and success that Rad-Air has achieved thanks to all of our customers and partners. We wish you all a great summer for the Northern Hemisphere and great snow conditions for all of the Southern Hemisphere.

Mahalo and enjoy the ride,
Harry and Fabian Gunz
Rad-Air Snowboards

Here’s to celebrating decades of friendship. Through thick and thin. Success and Faliure. Design and Innovation. Through all the peaks and valleys, you and I have ventured. We, together, have come along way. 

You are my friend, my inspiration, and my colleague. 

Paul, here is to many more long years of riding long boards, surfing no boards, and waxing surfboards. 

And as co-founders of the Woodstock of Snowboarding movement, I salute you.

Ride on. 

Harry Gunz

Our vision and inspiration is focused on providing high performance, lightweight and easy to ride longboards that enable riders to enjoy all aspects of snowboarding and embrace the fact that the winner, at the end of any day on the mountain, is the rider with the biggest smile on their face!

Style is such an individual element and to define it is almost impossible. That difficult description also applies when defining the intended use of our shapes. Individual variables like riders weight, level of riding experience, desired riding terrain, all factor in to what board will suit your riding style.

We have seen big aggressive riders having a blast on the 171, the shortest board in the lineup, as well as master class riders below 70 kg ripping soul turns on the 201.

Your board choice becomes more a combination of your riding skills and your favorite terrain & snow conditions. But most importantly – forget the mass market industry approach of choosing your board size by holding it to your nose and thats how long it has to be.

You are a longboarder
Go big or bigger!