Whether your next trip leads you to Asia, trekking in South America, a hike on the French pilgrim trails or admiring the aurora borealis in Norway: the kybun shoe is your perfect travel companion.
Incredible grip on a range of terrain
Hikers and trekking enthusiasts have confirmed that kyBoot shoes always give you a secure foothold. “I wore a pair of kybun’s Caviar shoes for an eight-week hike through Guatemala and Cuba in the spring of 2010,”
says Christoph Reichert.
“The last six weeks of the trip were filled with rain, snow, mud, and countless rocky terrains in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. They are the best hiking shoes that I’ve ever had. I didn’t have any blisters, even walking for six to eight hours with a full rucksack. They were simply fantastic, even in wet conditions,”
he says in praise of the shoes.
It feels like my legs are healthier. And my circulation and gait have improved. I think I am more upright when I walk.
The deciding factor was noticing that it forced me to walk differently – for example, in a way that means there is no impact on my joints. In particular, my ankle joint and left knee always hurt a lot. It’s already got a bit better. Of course, I wasn’t expecting to correct 30 years in two months. But I have already made significant progress in that direction.
One benefit that I’ve come across is that when I step awkwardly on uneven ground the kybun sole absorbs the impact. You don’t go over on your ankle like you definitely would with a conventional, hard sole. Instead, unevenness under foot such as a stone or tree root is simply absorbed or taken in by the sole and I can walk over it as if there were nothing on the ground.