Following this year's TomorrowWorld music festival, thousands of tents were abandoned and what seemed like a total waste has been made into positive good. Instead of seeing the items from the video below as useless, the company Sheltersuit decided to do good with the abundance of waste from music festivalgoers.

The campsite after TomorrowWorld – Dancing Astronaut | Facebook

Sheltersuit decided to take the abandoned festival gear and convert it into weather-resistant, wearable shelter for the homeless population.

“The purpose of our foundation is to produce and distribute as many suits for the homeless who are sleeping outside during extreme cold weather. The Sheltersuit is a wind- and water-resistant jacket and sleeping bag, constructed of water repellent and insulating fabrics. All materials are provided by our generous donators. This suit can be transformed into a full-body sleeping bag. Due to the outstanding quality of the insulating materials, the wearers of the Sheltersuit are assured of warmth and safety during cold weather.”

Take a look at some of Sheltersuit's clothing below:
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