Current Transportation: 1992 Ford Ranger Pick-UP
Core Activities: Whitewater kayaking, sea kayaking
Non-Core Activities: Skiing, hiking, skateboarding
Favorite Places: Alaska, Okisollo Tidal Rapids, Scottish Highlands
My Jam Is: Anything Jazz, Reggae, Bluegrass, Punk
I Eat Lots Of: ICE CREAM!
Fun Fact: I hate wearing clothes.
Paul Kuthe has paddled some of the most demanding rivers anywhere, made numerous appearances in paddling films that have taken him to the very brink of what can be done in a sea kayak for National Geographic, and even graced the pages of the NY Times in defense of free flowing rivers. But he still feels his greatest achievement has been carving out a viable living in this crazy business, a living that allows him to spread the joys of paddling to people from all walks of life, all while creating positive change for both the individuals participating in the sport and the waterways we all love and depend on.
Paul has a passion for traveling deep into the seldom seen but always inspirational natural places that both challenge and inspire him. He enjoys sharing and enjoying these places with his closest and most trusted friends, and with the rest of the world through his photographs and stories.
The Sequence Tee is my favorite summer travel shirt by far. The merino fabric is comfortable enough to go the distance, but stays smell-free and looks fresh at the end of the day. I can throw it under a shell or paddling top to hit the water, and then transition back into the office in casual style.
The Radar Cap is my go-anywhere, do-it-all cap that fits right in my pocket. I can wear it under my bike helmet for some extra warmth and sun protection, or pop it into my pocket when it gets too warm. I keep one in my life jacket pocket for those mellow days on the water when I'm helmet-free. It dr