Don't be confused by the name, but Puma has decided to re-up on its classic Suede silhouette by utilizing rather unusual materials to make up the composition. The upper highlights ground-up components from a flat-screen TV, which in turn are made into high-quality polyester fiber. Next is the outsole, which features a mixture of natural rubber and rice husk waste, which comes from manufacturing Cheesy Poofs and Coco Pops — no, we're not making this stuff up. In addition, the sock-liner and laces are also comprised of additional rubbish, all accounting for a significantly lighter and obviously more intriguing pair of Puma Suedes. [via Sneaker Freaker]