ADER Error and Eastpak have come together for the first time on a three-piece collection of street-ready styles. The collaboration is shaped by the minimalist style of the Seoul-based brand, who has reinvented Eastpak's signature Padded Pak’r backpack and helped introduce the new multi-functional ADER Sling Backpack and ADER Crossbody, which are both exclusive to the collab.

All three bags are constructed from durable nylon, arriving in black colorways with co-branding. The Padded Pak’r backpack ($168) is equipped with a padded airmesh back panel, two adjustable shoulder straps, and a fold-away rain cover. Inside, the main compartment features a mesh divider, while the front pocket is detailed with rope closure.

Joining the signature Padded Pak’r backpack are new silhouettes in the ADER Sling Backpack and ADER Crossbody. The Sling Backpack ($216) is a single-strapped backpack with a detachable wallet and a front pocket that transforms into a bum bag. The Sling comes with a padded airmesh back panel and a fold-away rain cover, in addition to a main compartment with a mesh divider, a front pocket with rope closure, and detachable stash pockets. The Crossbody ($186) is decked out with a mini pouch for storing wireless earphones, while featuring a main compartment with flap and buckle closure, extra stash pockets, and a detachable pocket.

ADER Error's three-piece Eastpak collection is due to release December 19.

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