ADER error and Alpha Industries Offer Oversized Everything on MA-1 and M-65 Jackets

From huge velcro patch panels to detachable and sinching pockets, stowaways, and transforming hoods.

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South Korean imprint ADER error is known for reinterpreting the classics, and nothing shows that better than its new collaborative two-piece capsule with the heritage American outerwear label, Alpha Industries.

In this Fall/Winter 2020 capsule ADER error and Alpha Industries present the MA-1 and M-65 jackets, reimagining the two with fishtail cuts, layered hoods, stowaways and utility pockets. The results are jackets that are both visibly indebted to Alpha Industries’ military and aviation focus, but also utilize the oversized and reconstructed nature of ADER error’s approach.

ADER error took inspiration from the Lockhead military aircraft for its MA-1 and M-65 jackets, adding aviation themes all around both pieces. The MA-1 features a combination of badges on its oversized velcro arm strap, and also sports custom “ADER x ALPHA” branding too. Elsewhere, there’s a special “A” emblem with wings, dual tab branding on the rear neckline, dual pull tabs on the jacket’s left arm, and finally, chest pockets that are either detachable or are equipped with drawstrings to change their appearance from packed-full to sinched.

The M-65 is slightly subtler, featuring the velcro patch panel at the bottom left-hand corner of the jacket and a far less busy construction. The branding is doubled-up on the rear flap but is placed off-set to the center of the jacket, while straps and buckles all around have been included to help you further manipulate the fit and style.

Rounding out the M-65 is its detachable hood, which as you can see from the gallery can be worn as a sort of ADER error x Alpha Industries military-indebted bib.

The ADER error x Alpha Industries MA-1 and M-65 jackets will be available on Alpha Industries’ website and HBX’s site, and retail for $370 USD and $620 USD respectively.

For more standout outerwear, check out the BEAMS x Columbia FW20 collection.

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