Nothing gets the mouth salivating like an oversized bowl of beans; Pinto, preferably. But now beans are being used for a new and amazing purpose: soccer shoes. The Nike Football Boot ($300), is made mostly of renewable castor beans, keeping the shoe very light and ostensibly delicious in a casserole. The environmental goodness continues with the shoe’s quarter, which is made from 95% recycled plastic bottles. Nike is only making 2,012 pairs, because let’s face it, beans taste too damn good to use ’em all up on footwear.