Wearing the kybun Swiss air-cushion shoes means you can walk on an elastic, springy, moss-like surface at all times. It is often the case that before, after or during a hike, you have to walk across kilometres of tarmac or hard surfaces.
The kybun shoes allow you to enjoy exercise again and noticeably relieve the strain on your joints, activate the vein pump, strengthen your deep inner muscles and support the cardiovascular system. Older people, in particular, can improve mobility and balance by walking in kybun shoes, which is an effective way of reducing the risk of falls.
You’re probably familiar with this problem, too: Even after short hikes, your feet burn, your knees hurt and you struggle to maintain your balance. The mere thought of walking downhill makes us weak at the knees. The good news for everyone suffering from these problems is that we have a solution for you! It’s simple: we start with your feet. In any case, it is crucial to wear the right type of shoes when hiking.
No. Scientific findings show that the feet – not the shoes – should provide the support. The elastic, springy sole of the kybun shoe offers your feet greater freedom of movement and thereby trains the muscles.
No, quite the opposite. You’ll be surprised by how much safer you feel in kybun shoes than in supportive hiking boots once you get used to them! kybun hiking shoes are suitable for light outdoor activities as well as all simple hiking routes. Sporty hiking enthusiasts have told us how much they enjoy hiking in the kybun shoes. We would only dissuade you from wearing kybun shoes if you plan to go hiking on steeply sloping fields.
The kybun hiking shoes are suitable for light outdoor activities as well as all simple hiking routes. Sporty hiking enthusiasts will enjoy kybun hiking shoes, too.
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New wearers of kybun shoes should know that it is important to take a pair of ‘normal’ shoes with them in their rucksack when they go on longer hikes. It takes some time to get used to the soft, springy sole. The air-cushion sole activates different muscles, which can result in noticeable reactions being felt in the body.
I'm planning on buying the walking boots as the shaft is slightly higher. But not so much for everyday use as for the holidays. When you really walk or hike longer distances. One reason they're so great is that you don't feel the stones. I usually walk the dogs on a natural path, and then you're happy if you don't feel every stone.
"I am 74 years old and a passionate pilgrim. I first wore the kybun shoe on my last 250-mile walk along the French Way. Walking was very pleasant and my knee pain was a thing of the past. I was especially surprised at how cushioned and agreeable it feels to walk on asphalt. I could feel the kybun shoe strengthening the muscles in my legs and feet. I now only ever wear my sandals or my kybun shoes."