Cooking is fun, even after long hours of standing!

kybun 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. kybun 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 kybun shoes for yourself?

Whether serving or preparing, good shoes are essential for jobs in the catering industry.

No more tired legs
Standing for long periods of time in the wrong shoes quickly leads to tired legs and aching feet. kybun shoes remedy this and promote well-being in the workplace.

Relieve the burden on your feet
kybun shoes make it easier to walk and stand for long periods thanks to the elastic, springy 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.

«I’ve always had quite a lot of problems with my feet. There have been times when I’ve hardly been able to stand anymore. It got so bad that I had to see a doctor. But then I found out about kyBoot shoes from some of my friends. Since then, I’ve since been able to cope with long periods of standing and walking around. It’s all thanks to the softness and shock absorption. I’ve also noticed an improvement in my posture».

Bettina Zöllig, owner of the Bären restaurant, Speicherschwendi, Switzerland


Customer testimonials

Jürgen Zeller from Germany

Jürgen Zeller from Germany

My strides are longer by six to eight per cent when I’m wearing the kybun shoe. According to my calculations, this means that for every 100 kilometres, I need to walk six to seven kilometres less when I’m wearing the kybun shoe. This is incredible.

Janine Schmid from Switzerland

Janine Schmid from Switzerland

My husband has a pair of kybun shoes and I was quite jealous of him because they were so comfortable, particularly the footbed. I often wear kybun shoes. When I developed hip problems, I was only barely able to walk a few hundred metres to the supermarket. That all changed when I got these shoes. Now I can go walking again.

Marco Hanselmann, lives in Appenzell, Switzerland

Marco Hanselmann, lives in Appenzell, Switzerland

The atmospheric humidity in a cheese cellar is very high. The floor is slippery. On a surface like that, you need shoes with grip. Most shoes slip on the wet cellar floor. In kybun shoes, though, I have great grip, and they last for ages.