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

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.

Randy Ang, Director at In Touch Systems Pte Ltd, Singapore

Randy Ang, Director at In Touch Systems Pte Ltd, Singapore

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.

Dora Huguenin, museum tour guide in Le Locle, Switzerland

Dora Huguenin, museum tour guide in Le Locle, Switzerland

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.”