Quintin Spring 2012 headwear

LA’s Quintin deliver their Spring collection for 2012, and it’s a fine example of the expertly crafted headwear they’ve become known for. Made up of a range of regular and alternative 6-panel caps, the new collection sees Quintin use a bunch of new materials and prints to great effect.

The highlight for me is most definitely the multi-coloured, speckled tweed Outdoorsman, shown above and below, complete with suede preak and seersucker underbrim, and branded with an embossed leather patch on the front. The 3D embroidered Script caps are real nice too, as is the use of denim on the two ‘Oceanic’ models. It’s definitely these alternate 6-panel styles that stand out to me, and which continue to be the best in any Quintin drop.

Not pictured here is the brand’s range of apparel, which looks to be finally coming into it’s own. The pocketed Altura crewneck being a particular highlight. Check out some shots below, and look for the new range at SoleHeaven, Streetcasuals and Urban Industry as well as Quintin’s UK site.

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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  • http://d-f-t-f.tumblr.com Ed

    Most of these look thoughtfully designed, which is becoming rare nowadays and good to see. It’s nice that the styles aren’t just the standard snapbacks and 5 panels that every brand’s doing now.