The two first came together in 2019, taking on three bags then. Now, ADER error gives the Pak’r, Up-Down Sling, and a shoulder bag its distinctive reworking, finishing the bags in a combination of black polyester and nylon before adoring them all with signature branding touches.
For example, the sling sports technical rope lacing in blue on the front alongside zig-zag stitching and a dual-branded patch, before adding a host of detachable components and smaller bags onto the piece. A similar approach has been applied to the Pak’r, which is Easpak’s classic backpack style. Here, you’ll find the black bag also finished with ADER error’s classic branding, Eastpak logos, ropes, brown faux leather toggles, and more roping around areas such as the handle.
Lastly is the shoulder bag — the duo’s most technical offering thus far. The rectangular design unfolds to reveal an interior decked out with smaller bags and pouches, all of which feature the dual logo on them and blue stitched details, and of course, roping appears too.
Take a look at the ADER error x Eastpak collaboration in the campaign above, and shop the collection on Eastpak’s website now.
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