Eastpak recently launched the Resistance Movement, which, contrary to what you may be thinking, is not a call to arms. Think of it as a manifestation of strength of will and of holding on to your identity without compromising the potential of positive change.
Strength and identity, after all are what Eastpak bags have become known for. Hip, edgy, and built to resist the daily wear-and-tear of the commute, the work place, school, and everything else in between, Eastpak seems geared toward outlasting even you.
The new product line at the lauch also follows the same tome: They are built to resist complexity, discomfort, inadequacy, and the ordinary.
Check out the photos below to see what we're rambling about.