Scout Seattle has been contently and quietly working away behind the scenes on a few new products to be released this year, as they continue to develop their line. They search high and low all across the United States to find the best creators, manufacturers and companies to partner with, to help build each product to their exact specifications. Founder Ben Masters is dedicated to the details– a focus on creating each product with the utmost of quality, so the user is not only happy with the item, but able to wear or carry it for many years to come.
The Walking Scarf is the amalgamation of two layers of lightweight Japanese Cambric cotton which are held together by spot tacking over two hundred times, to create a subtle dotted aesthetic. It's currently available in three versions, Natural with Gun Metal, Olive with Gold and Navy with Light Blue. The raw edge safety stitch is a great way to finish the scarf and at the same time, gives it the appearance of being a little worn in.
"Two layers of Japanese cambric spot-tacked together — a medium weight year-round scarf."
Article by Darian Hocking
Photography by Ben Masters
Ben Masters & Scout Seattle
Dimensions 70" × 17"
100% Japanese Cotton
Raw-edge Safety Stitched
Two Hundred Fourteen Spot Tacks
Made in Seattle