Ludwig Van x Quintin ‘Scout Series’ caps

Ludwig Van once again teams up with Californian headwear brand Quintin, to put his own unique spin on the brand’s 6 panel caps using deadstock military fabrics from years gone by.

This isn’t the first time Van has worked with Quintin, having produced a deadstock denim cap as part of his ‘Selvedge Project’ last year. This time, Ludwig Van takes WWII-era army green twill, vintage duck canvas, and Vietnam War-era Mitchell camo, transforming the caps into two timeless surplus style pieces. Each is finished with a debossed leather patch, Japanese broadcloth lining, and a selvedge denim stash pocket – so you definitely get your money’s worth.

While the majority of Quintin’s mainline can often pass us by without fuss, it’s projects like this which demand our attention. Both are available from Quintin UK now.


Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • The Lurker

    I picked up the Duck/Camo direct from Ludwig a few weeks back, and it is a great looking, top quality item. Ludwig do some pretty nice stuff, I like their reference points alot.

  • mellowhype

    cool, but not a patch on the ronnie fieg wool caps dropped late last year..


    Fucking weed leaves, what the fuck is cool about that shit man, Spliffy was doing that shit down Chepstow market 20 years ago. Appart from that moan what a rad item