The '70s dawned with culture-clashers, sport legends, and court-turned-sidewalk sneakers. Not least of which was the PUMA Suede. Even basketball great Walt "Clyde" Frazier wanted in, snagging himself a custom-made pair that was lighter, wider, and stamped with his moniker. The Suede and the Clyde carved a niche in basketball's playbooks, and quickly took over city blocks from the US to the UK. The Archive Lite Lo is extra heavy on heritage and light on weight. It inherited its predecessors' swagger and glory but carves out its own legacy with its allover mesh and crazy-lightweight injection molded bottom.