The revolutionary kybun movement concept is a simply way to improve workplace ergonomics. Exercising while standing upright on the soft, springy kyBounder mat is the healthy alternative to sitting passively. The soft, springy structure of the mat subtly keeps the foot and leg muscles in constant activity in order to maintain balance and posture. What’s more, combining the kyBounder with a standing desk is an important part of health management. A comfortable workplace increases motivation and employee satisfaction and reduces sick leave absences.
kyBoot shoes are particularly well-suited for workers who are constantly on the go. This newcomer to the world of shoes features unique walk-on-air soles. The soft air cushion supports joints and releases tension in the back and neck. kyBoot shoes provide comfortable shock absorption and are incredibly comfortable, even after hours of wear.
- Relaxes and loosens the muscles
- Improves posture
- Can act as an effective measure against back pain
- Decreases fatigue
- Work more efficiently thanks to the combination of both a physical and mental workout
- Increases creativity and learning ability
- Improves general fitness without taking up any extra time
- Is fun
Wearing kyBoot feels like walking on air. I wear them while travelling and it makes walking long distances an ease. Best part was I wore the kyBoot during the entire Singapore F1 race. Being a volunteer marshal, I need to be alert, on our feet, standing and walking for 15 hours every day for the entire race weekend. Wearing the kyBoot made this experience very enjoyable as I felt much less fatigue.
My feet never freeze when I wear it; even when it’s minus five degrees outside. You just pull on a good pair of socks and waterproof the shoe every now and then. I started waterproofing it on very snowy days. Keeping my feet warm and dry has helped me a lot.
I used to have a pair of MBT shoes, but it was too complicated for me. The first pair weren't even rounded underneath and it was very hard work. Then I had the shoes foam-injected, but it was really tricky walking in them. I've still got those shoes; they're like new, but of course I'm no longer interested in them. I'd rather order a pair of kyBoot shoes as they're easier to walk in.
Monday 03. November 2008kybun, an integral element in the office of the future
The Harvard Business School researched the office of the future and discovers that kybun is on the leading edge![more]