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ʻOhana is the Hawaiian word for family. More broadly, ‘Ohana represents an emotion of family connection, and how we connect with each other through communication, cooperation, and a our sense of history. ‘Ohana is also a way of life, representing the island lifestyle and working together going back to the days of voyaging and living on the sea.

Matt

Matt

Matt “Rabbit” Soloman represents a new generation of bodysurfers. He loves the sea, pushing the boundaries of professional bodysurfing and handboarding. Everyone at Hawaiian Handfins is excited to have Rabbit on our team!

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Wyatt

Wyatt

Wyatt Yee – A new generation of spirited Hawaiian waterman, adapting and evolving with Hawaiian Handfin technology.

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Steven

Steven

Dr Steven Martin’s bodysurfing experience began at 15, when he ran away from home to Waimanu Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii. Living alone in the tropical beach paradise, he thought he invented bodysurfing, and was surprised later to discover that other people had the same idea! Thirty-five years of surfing later, Steven earned his PhD in…

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Uncle Jeff

Uncle Jeff

Uncle Jeff is the founder of Hawaiian Handfins, our team leader, and surf guru. Jeff’s amazing new handfin designs mark a radical evolution in human ability in swimming and surfing. Jeff calls it the hydrodynamic renaissance.

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