Cooking is fun, and now you can do it while standing!

No more tired legs
Whether waiting tables or in the kitchen, good shoes are essential for jobs in the catering industry. Standing for long periods of time in the wrong shoes quickly leads to tired legs and aching feet. kyBoot shoes remedy this and promote well-being in the workplace.

Relieve the burden on your feet
kyBoot shoes make it easier to walk and stand for long periods thanks to the soft, elastic air-cushion soles. You hardly notice the shoe due to its light weight, and the walk-on-air sole provides optimal shock absorption and noticeably reduces the stress on your body.

kyBoot shoes fulfil the requirements of the catering sector
The soles are abrasion and water resistant, prevent accidents in the workplace. The foot climate system ensures optimal moisture and temperature regulation. kyBoot shoes don't need to be broken in: The shoe fits perfectly from the moment you slip it on. Why not try out the comfortable and functional kyBoot shoes for yourself?

Customer testimonials

Patrick Odermatt, Workshop manager at MP Garage in Au, Switzerland

Patrick Odermatt, Workshop manager at MP Garage in Au, Switzerland

Good work shoes cost between 150–180 francs, too. And if you pay another 100 francs on top but then have less trouble and don't have to take any more painkillers, then it's worth it, I'd say. Looking to the future, it's a good investmen

Monika Hitz-Bacher, client Hotel Scesaplana in Seewis, Switzerland

Monika Hitz-Bacher, client Hotel Scesaplana in Seewis, Switzerland

I have very sensitive feet and have always suffered from blisters on my heels. That’s all gone now. The shoes adjust to my feet and I can walk all day without any pain or discomfort.

Hans-Peter Schmid from Zurich, Switzerland

Hans-Peter Schmid from Zurich, Switzerland

At that point, I had my doubts. I wondered whether I could even walk in these shoes. The information that I take in from the ground through my feet is really important for me. Because I can’t see the floor or any uneven ground I have to be able to feel what’s under foot through my feet so that I can hold the rest of my body correctly. I was worried that the sole would be too effective and suppress this sensation, preventing me from getting my information from the ground.