Known for hardcore quality and durability, Eastpak offers classic, thoughtful bags, luggage, and backpacks inspired by a fundamental desire to move. Founded in Boston in 1952, Eastpak (originally known as Eastern Canvas Products), got its start making all-conditions gear for the U.S. Army. By the 1970’s, the company's army surplus products were used by many college students to ferry books to class, setting the stage for entry into the global market and a subsequent explosion in popularity and product offerings. Following a long run of well-received collaborations with designer brands that include Raf Simons, Vetements, Undercover, and Jean-Paul Gaultier, Eastpak has re-launched in North America. Contemporary backpacks offer clean, classic heritage designs in comfortable, tough technical canvas fabrics. Hybrid foam-and-fabric hardshell luggage cases are borderline indestructible, yet lightweight. Rendered in perfect monochromes with subtle tonal and logo detailing, Eastpak’s pieces are simple, secure investments in first-wave heritage quality and enduring functionality from the home to the office, from the airport to the hotel, and any adventure in between.