These ailments are primarily caused by long hours of standing, lifting, carrying heavy loads and putting too much strain on one side of the body.
kybun shoes are comfortable and healthy, making them perfect for bakers to wear at work. The kybun shoes feature a unique air cushion sole. This provides optimal shock absorption and noticeably reduces stress on the body.
«You can walk around comfortably and stay on your feet without any pain. The kybun shoes are more than just a comfy treat for your feet,» says a highly impressed Daniel Jakob, head of health and safety at the Swiss Association of Master Bakers and Confectioners.
The kybun shoe effectively meets the demands of the food sector. The soles are abrasion resistant and notably non-slip, providing a secure grip and preventing accidents in the workplace. The foot climate system ensures optimal moisture and temperature regulation.
More and more bakers are opting to wear kybun shoes. Chantal Studer is an apprentice at Igu Beck in Recherswil, Switzerland, and only has good things to say about how comfortable the shoes are to walk in. «kybun shoes are very comfortable to wear and have an excellent grip, even on smooth surfaces. I think kybun shoes make the best work shoes».
All 20 employees at the Füger bakery in Mörschwil, Switzerland, wear the feel-good shoes.
«We might make the best rolls, but Müller makes the best shoes,»jokes Beda Füger. He recommends kybun shoes for avoiding back problems and knee pain caused by long periods of standing. «When I wear kybun shoes, I don’t end up with tired legs and swollen feet at the end of the day, even after a 12-hour shift,» the master baker happily reports.
Good shoes come at a price. With the orthopedic insoles I always needed special, expensive shoes. I think these will last. That's one of the most important things.
I’m a marathon runner and very thankful for kybun shoes. I often had pain in my Achilles tendon after running. The pain has completely vanished since I started wearing kybun shoes. Thank God for inventors and the people that support them.
I told my colleagues in the Netherlands too, but I don't know where you can get the kyBoot in the Netherlands. If I knew it, I'd tell everyone to go there. And my colleagues here in Switzerland are very keen. One of my colleagues has a daughter who wears the shoes; she works in them in Biel. And the director says the shoes might be his kind of thing, too ... So it's being passed on!