When pro snowboarder Jussi Oksanen and cinematographer Brad Kremer first dreamt up Mizu, it was on a snowboard filming mission in the depths of beautiful Alaska. Dismayed by the trail of plastic water bottles that followed them they decided to do something about it: Create a reusable water bottle that was both great quality and cool enough that like-minded people would actually want to use it. Six years on we all know how that story turned out, and Mizu is now on a mission to make a serious dent in the amount of single-use products being used, whether cups, bottles or coffee mugs. Recently, Jussi and Brad got together again, this time for a few days of wild exploration through Yosemite. With nothing more than what they could carry in their packs, the pair set out on an adventure of a less snowy kind.
WITH NOTHING MORE THAN THE PACK ON MY BACK...
AN OLLIE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY
FILTERED FROM THE SOURCE
A GOOD HIKER NEVER FORGETS HIS TEA
OR HIS COFFEE...
ON TOP OF THE WORLD…ALMOST[/caption] [caption id="attachment_619" align="aligncenter" width="936"] JUSSI REMEMBERING WHY HE STARTED THIS IN THE FIRST PLACE
GLOW-IN-THE-DARK BOTTLES LIGHTING THE WAY HOME