This is mainly caused by long working hours with long periods of standing, heavy lifting and putting strain on one side of the body.
kybun shoes promote well-being in the workplace. The walk-on-air sole of the kybun shoe provides optimal shock absorption and noticeably reduces the stress on the body. This allows you to float through your work day on the soft, bouncy air cushion.
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.
Ulrich Bernold, also known as «Grill Ueli», is a big fan of kybun shoes. Grill Ueli owns a gourmet butcher shop in the Glattzentrum shopping centre in Wallisellen, Switzerland. He no longer has tired legs and still feels fit in the evening, all thanks to the air cushion shoes.
kybun shoes fulfil the requirements of the food sector. The soles are abrasion and water resistant, prevent accidents in the workplace. The foot climate system ensures optimal moisture and temperature regulation. Why not try out the comfortable and functional kybun shoe for yourself?
I do mostly wear them for walking, for long days at work. I wear them if I have to walk or stand for long periods. I think these are the best shoes and I have no pain in my back or knees. Without fail, I always wear the green and white shoes when I go to a St Gallen football match.
I would absolutely love to have a pair of shoes like these, since as a physiotherapist, I am always moving about. I am often on my feet, so the shoes would be even more helpful than if I had an office job, where I would be sitting most of the time. I would really like to have these kinds of shoes.
It's great for me, as we have various different evenings, for example an evening for friends of the museum, or the museum open night. Then you're on your feet until midnight, and before that you had your working day behind you. It's great for me, as I have absolutely no trouble with my feet or my knees. And when I sometimes see how xhausted my younger colleagues are – and I'm the oldest one here at the museum – then it's always nice to say, I've really got no problem! And I feel fine.”