The Eastpak Padded Pak'r backpack was first constructed way back in 1976 when Eastpak's founder's son came up with an idea to produce simple backpacks for university students. Before this, Eastpak was known as 'Eastern Canvas Products' and was manufacturing high quality duffles and backpacks for the U.S. Army.
The Padded Pakr is a simple classic backpack with one large compartment and a front zippered pocket. It has thick padded shoulder straps and a padded back panel to maximise comfort. That's it - simple.
When developing the company from an army supplier to brand it is today, Eastpak stayed true to their heritage by constructing it from 1 square piece of military strength fabric. Doing this reduces the number of seams required in the bag and the remaining seams were double stitched for extra strength. They also added reinforced zips. This bag won't let you down, and Eastpak guarantee it for 30 years.
We like the Padded Pak'r Daypack because of it's simplicity, quality and heritage. It's a pack that you can take anywhere and it'll never get in the way. Pack your jumper, water bottle, iPad and interchangeable lens camera, then hit the city. You'll have everything you need and nothing you don't. Your pack will remain subtle and look great.
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