Walking in kybun shoes is good for your feet and your dog benefits as well

Whether you’re with your dog or on your own, taking a walk in the fresh air, moving your body, basking in the sunshine or just enjoying a change of scenery – it’s all twice as much fun with kybun shoes!

kybun shoes provide the perfect platform for your feet, whether you’re taking a long stroll or walking your dog. kybun shoes train your muscles and strengthen your joints to help release the stress of everyday life from your body.

Benefits and effect:

  • 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

Customer testimonials

Imelda Angehrn, dog breeder from Gossau, Switzerland

Imelda Angehrn, dog breeder from Gossau, Switzerland

Once you've got used to the kyBoot, you definitely have a better stance. We do have very strong dogs, and that makes it very hard to hold the dogs on the lead in normal sandals. In kyBoot I have a good stance, and above all it doesn't hurt if the dogs stand on my shoe with their claws. I like wearing them when we go out.

Paul Kammradt from Sollies-Toucas, France

Paul Kammradt from Sollies-Toucas, France

At 66 years old, I have had two hip replacements, a right knee replacement, and have undergone two major back operations. My knees had always been swollen, but once I tried kyBoot, they became normal again after two days. Now I can walk for hours without limping. I feel truly alive again.

Imelda Angehrn, dog breeder from Gossau, Switzerland

Imelda Angehrn, dog breeder from Gossau, Switzerland

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.