Use the kybun mat to make housework fun
The soft, springy kybun mat allows you to stand up while carrying out activities that are normally done while sitting down. Whether you’re working on the computer, ironing or watching TV, the kybun mat enables you to exercise without taking up any additional time. The soft, flexible springy mat trains muscles, releases tension and improves posture. Integrate the kybun mat into your everyday routine and discover how much fun exercise can be.
There’s nothing comfier than a kybun shoe
Enjoy walking on air at home with half-open kybun shoes. Kybun shoes weren’t made for walking; you float on a soft, springy, honeycomb of air cushioning. Every step momentarily launches you into a state of weightlessness. kybun shoes take the strain off your back, strengthen your muscles and are kind on your joints. The ideal everyday shoe is made with permeable netting to allow your feet to breath. It is possible to remove and adjust the heel straps, allowing you to wear three different versions for wear and simply slip the shoe on and off.
Hello Jürgen! As promised, tomorrow I will reluctantly send the test shoes back to you. Although I am still not an active walker, even on my short walks I noticed a huge difference between my shoes and the kybun shoes. The way I stand is very different and the shoes even make it easier to stand up. I’m impressed! Honestly, I swear on kybun shoe. I would never have believed the shoes could make walking feel so secure and comfortable. Recently, my kybun shoes got wet and I had to switch to normal shoes. Nothing seemed to work anymore and I was walking like a stiff puppet. I never want that to happen again!
It was an impressive experience here in Sennwald. The production here was what impressed me the most. I also found it fascinating that this is a workplace based in Switzerland.
When I take off my ski boots in the winter, after wearing them for six or seven hours, it is extremely important to make sure to keep the feet moving. Before I knew about a kybun shoe, I noticed that in the spring I was always making so many missteps. Back then, I clearly had much weaker muscles in my feet. I have things better under control now that I’ve started putting on my kybun shoes after skiing. Now I don’t usually notice a difference in the spring. As soon as I put on my trainers again, I can be sure that my feet will hold and not make any missteps.
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