Helps you to work with a spring in your step

Many jobs require people to be on their feet all day, which places a burden on their feet and legs. Improper shoes often contribute to painful back tension. Back pain, heavy legs and tiredness are just a few of the many symptoms that can arise.

Our feet are our foundation. They support us throughout our whole lives. That is why if you work in a job that requires you to stand all day, you should take extra care of your feet and legs.

The revolutionary kybun movement concept, the ‘Swiss Natural Walking’ method, provides your body with relief and improves your levels of comfort at work. The soft, springy surface stimulates fine muscle tissue, which in turn stretches and strengthens the entire musculoskeletal system.

Effects and benefits:

  • Increases levels of concentration at work
  • Strengthens the musculoskeletal system
  • Trains the muscles
  • Relieves the burden on your feet and legs
  • Promotes an upright posture

Customer testimonials

Erika Weiss, the kyBoot relieves her aches and pains, Switzerland

Erika Weiss, the kyBoot relieves her aches and pains, Switzerland

In our job, we're out and about all day. I walk about on bumpy paddocks and have arthritic knees which leave me in constant pain. The kyBoot replaces the cushioning which I lack in my knees due to the arthrosis. That soothes the pain.

Priska Hirt, is training to be an equine physiotherapist, Switzerland

Priska Hirt, is training to be an equine physiotherapist, Switzerland

While I can stand for more than three hours, the others are constantly sitting down complaining about having tired legs. I did just the same until six months ago. Today I can stand for much longer and tired legs are absolutely a thing of the past.

Priska Hirt, is training to be an equine physiotherapist, Switzerland

Priska Hirt, is training to be an equine physiotherapist, Switzerland

At 5.15 in the morning I start out with the kybun paddock boots. Then I change into kyBoot office shoes, then at 4.30 p.m. I go back home into the paddock boots.