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August 31, 2018 2 min read

You can't always be at the ocean, but a picture can instantly take you there. 

Welcome to Slyde's Insta-Cation, an Instagram day dream with 7 Bodysurfing/Beach loving accounts that will keep you virtually stoked where-ever you are.


@bravooakes81
Bodysurf Australia

 

 

 

 

Ben "Oakes" Oakley comes to us by way of the Gold Coast, Australia.
Founder of the @goldie_sliders  a keen crew of handboarders & bodysurfers who regularly light up the Aussie coastline with fun.

@danho0422

Bodysurf Handsurf Japan

Danho Endo is a drone flying ocean loving dude, who happens to be a leading figure with in the Japan Bodysurfers Association.  His instagram is full of smiles, beach adventures and sides of Japan you may never knew existed.

@iammattson

Bodysurf San Diego

Mattson Culbert delivers all things Southern California, surfing, sunsets, and stoke.  Bright happy colorful images will melt your worries away, and have you California dreaming.

@slydehandboardsaustralia

Slyde Handboards Australia

Slyde Handboards Australia! Yes mates, we've expanded down under.
With 
Travis Davies of On A Mission Australia at the helm.  Follow this account to get the inside track on all handboard arrivals and departures, with salty adventures in between. 

@michaelpaulchan

Bodysurf Television

Michael Paul Chan is perhaps been known as Lieutenant Michael Tao on the TNT series The Closer and Major Crimes, but did you know this American television star also shreds the gnar? Yup, it's true and looks like his Slyde phish happens to be his weapon of choice. 

@bert_art

Bert Street Art
The BERT project began in 2013, combining street art and surfing at epic proportions.  He's stenciled & sprayed some the sketchiest of places, and most recently found himself the featured artist for the WSL "Founders Cup" at Kelly Slaters Surf Ranch.

@phiiirrrip

Hawaii Surf Photographer

Philip Kitamura of Kaha Nalu Hawaii  is a firm believer of take care of the land (and ocean) and it will take care of you.  He knows a good wave when he sees it, and he's able to capture the essence of the perfect barrel in a single click. 

HAVE AN EPIC INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT THAT WE SHOULD FEATURE IN Sept?DM US ON INSTAGRAM @SLYDEHANDBOARDS

Michelle Michalak
Michelle Michalak

Michelle's diploma reads BA Psychology with a minor in English, and her license plate reads #CaliforniaDreaming4Life. She begin her career in the NYC fashion industry working with fashion and internet pioneer, Bluefly.com However, due the constant "nagging" of her entrepreneurial spirit, her crush on surfing, and hardcore love for the ocean, she chosen to call San Diego home for the past 10 years. On the west coast she 's chased waves & enlightenment working alongside "Gurus" in the online marketing & personal development industries. It in May 2012 she found her true Zen & Stoke, and joined the Slyde Handboards Team.



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Not sold on it

I had really high hopes. I have been able to use the Bula on a couple good days. I'm liking my old board better so far. But will try it a couple more times before I return it just to be sure. I have none of the below issues with my Enjoy planer, and thinking of going back.
1. The dam thing is not secure on my hand. No mater how tight I make it. It litterally pops off my hand while on a wave. Its getting really anoying having to constantly pay attention to it.
2. I switch my hand depending on the wave direction. It's tough for me to get a grip on the nose, pull it off then pull tightly on other hand in time. I've missed a couple good ones because of this.
3. The pad that goes accross the top of my hand doesnt cover my whole hand and the seam starts to rub on my hand and is uncomfortable.
4. Not a huge deal but wasnt happy that there were some small cosmetc defects on the board. Eslescially for the price
5. The board bag is kind of ridiculous. Its huge and picture on website isnt to scale, but I probably just wont use it. It was basically free.

I think the only thing I can say positive is I think it has good control... after getting used to the angle I need, and may be a bit more bouyant to pull me out of water for speed. But i need to try it a few times more and figure out how to keep the dam thing on!

I am giving these to my grandsons at the end of the month. I am sure they will love them.

Hand slyde

The leash works amazing i won't go out without my leash on....

Bula hand board

This handboard is exactly what I was looking for. The size and craftsmanship is fantastic! I have gotten some great rides with this board. Super fun.

Ready for the Senior Tour

I received my Slyde Phish just before 2 weeks of gloomy weather. Now that I’ve had a chance to road test it, I can’t wait to get back in the water.

Growing up in Long Island NY, body surfing was my first wave gliding experience. Typically we would drive straight to shore so surfing the diagonal has been a learning curve.

I look forward to many great sets this summer.

Matthew Papish (59)
Laguna Beach