I wanted to mix things up a bit and put out an original interview for this weeks column. As a photographer in the BMX industry for the past several years I have come to meet a lot of amazing people and have been to some rad places. Some of those places happen to be company’s headquarters right here in Southern California. I am honored to be able to take the time to go and hang out with some good people and sit them down for an interview. That was the plan when it came to stopping by the Quintin factory. They have been making their way onto the BMX scene for years now and surely you have seen some of your favorite pros rockin’ a Quintin hat at some point. I wanted figure out exactly what Quintin is all about so I sat down with Rob and Brett and fired some questions their way. Sit back, relax and enjoy a look into one of the few BMX apparel brands and find out why they do what they do.
Quintin Co. dropped this damn good edit of Pat Wang and Glen Girbovan killing spots around California. Both of these guys throw down some serious clips. Check it out!
Filmed and edited by Chris Brocamonte
“Its about that time for the Quintin 2012 Fall delivery to start to hit the shelves of your favorite stores worldwide as well as our online shop. We initially released our Summer 2012 collection with a hint of what is to come from the brand including shorts, button up’s, t’s and hats. With the Fall 2012 collection we have come full swing as a brand offering a wide variety of items. It is tough for us to show everything to you so we have decided to pick out our favorites. As the Quintin brand evolves you will begin to see our lives influenced into each piece.
We started this brand for the pure fact that we love creating unique product, we always knew that we wanted to grow from a headwear brand into a full fledged company. With all of your support we are truly living the dream and we thank each and every person that follows our brand and allows us to do what we love. Hope you enjoy the Fall 2012 collection as much as we do. The Fall line is up on our store – Shop”
DAMN! I honestly didn’t expect this to be as good as it is! Rehito Murata puts all 4 pegs to work on a couple of proper rails in this new edit for Quintin Japan. What a beast.
Filmed and edited by Nobuhiro Pegy Masuda.
Here’s a fresh new one from Quintin Japan featuring Yugo Ito cruising the streets of Tokyo. Not a ton of riding, but it has a real good lifestyle vibe to it.