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Clark says Backpack Beds cost $68 each to produce.

It’s called a Backpack Bed. It’s a sleeping bag-type product that rolls up into a backpack, but it has special features designed to keep the homeless warm, dry and protected from the elements.

A 23-year-old Uptown resident, Remsy Atassi, said the backpack beds are a lot better than "the alternatives I've seen on the streets at night. I would hesitate to call it a solution to the problem though."

"Homeless people are fundamentally lacking shelter. But I tend to think the resources could be better used," Atassi said.

We designed and produce the life saving Backpack Bed.

Homeless can benefit from the "Backpack Bed"

It’s called a Backpack Bed. It’s a sleeping bag-type product that rolls up into a backpack, but it has special features designed to keep the homeless warm, dry and protected from the elements.

Backpack Beds are the brainchild of Australian Tony Clark and his wife to help the homeless–or “rough sleepers” as they’re called in Australia.