Overview of kyBoot soles

Every foot is unique. There are countless foot shapes, sizes and other factors that determine whether or not a shoe fits and is comfortable. kybun AG wants as many people as possible to be able to experience the comfort of wearing the kyBoot. That is why we constantly try to improve our kyBoot and make it available to more people. This effort involves making constant changes and adjustments to the unique soft, elastic air cushion sole. We have created the following overview to allow our customers to keep track of the possibilities and to provide them with an impression of the individual soles and their characteristics:

‘Nimbus’

  • Uniform profile for good grip
  • The ‘Nimbus’ sole distributes foot pressure more evenly because of its larger (uniform) sole surface

‘Stratus’

  • Uniform profile for good grip
  • ‘Stratus’ sole distributes foot pressure more evenly because of its larger (uniform) sole surface

‘Sandal’

  • Uniform profile for good grip
  • ‘Sandal’ - soles distribute foot pressure more evenly because of their greater (uniform) sole surface
  • Broader heel and uniform mid-foot sole ensures stable purchase

‘Sandal special’

Trial stage! Only available in the ‘Uri’ and ‘Glarus’ models until further notice.
Trial stage! Only available in the ‘Uri’ and ‘Glarus’ models until further notice.
  • Alternative profile
  • Ideal for dry and squeaky floors.
  • Other types of soles are preferable for wet, greasy or very slippery surfaces.
  • Further properties identical to the ‘sandal’ sole.

‘Cumulus’

  • Lug-soled profile for ideal support on rugged and loose ground
  • Suitable for all types of surface due to increased traction and lateral stability
  • Perfect fit for every foot

‘Cirrus’

  • Improved profile for squeaky floors
  • kybun "light" feeling with less initial reactions
  • Perfect for people with balancing or more serious problems
  • Ideal fit for almost every foot
  • Perfect for sports such as tennis, volleyball, jogging, etc., where it is less about the winning and more about pain-free movement

Which kyBoot has which sole? Click here.