Float through exhibitions, museums and city tours

kybun shoes help you to truly enjoy your free time without aching foot pain after long periods of standing and walking.

Walking and standing on the elastic, springy air sole of kybun shoes isn’t just fun, it also simultaneously relaxes your back, trains your muscles and soothes your joints. Feel as though you’re walking on soft forest soil as you check out exhibitions, museums and city tours.

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
  • Enjoyable to wear

Information about our products

kybun Shoe
kybun Shoe 
kybun Mat
kybun Mat 

kyBoot shoes are the ultimate travel companion for your next city break.

kybun Gallus Tour
Experience art in the comfort of kyBoot shoes

Opinions/customer testimonials

Kathrin Müller-Hänny from Lenzburg, Switzerland

Kathrin Müller-Hänny from Lenzburg, Switzerland

Discovering kybun shoes was life-changing for me. I have had fallen arches, splay foot and flat foot since I was born. Because they couldn’t find any appropriate shoes for me, my parents spent a lot of money on having shoes tailor-made. I don’t have pleasant memories of that. When I was in primary school, I would go twice a year with my mother to a special shop in Zurich. I remember spending tedious hours in that ‘overheated’ shop, watching the eager sales assistant carry over piles of shoes — with limited success. Family hikes, school trips and ski holidays were usually agony. In May 2014 I discovered kybun shoes and it was the highlight of my year! Since then, I have been able to walk for hours without pain. I walk on hard pavements, for instance when I’m shopping in the city. I don’t get tired any more and my feet don’t hurt!  Before, every step felt like a blow to my less-than-healthy hips. Today, my hips and back are in good shape. I’m happy to stand in my kybun sandals on the ceramic tiles at home. I walk with my grandchildren through the Technorama science museum or the zoo, I stand in queues and stand for hours in front of the cooker. I stand more mindfully and am happy to do so! It’s a pleasure to walk more upright and more mindfully. Discovering kybun shoes was life-changing for me. I have had fallen arches, splay foot and flat foot since I was born. Because they couldn’t find any appropriate shoes for me, my parents spent a lot of money on having shoes tailor-made. I don’t have pleasant memories of that. When I was in primary school, I would go twice a year with my mother to a special shop in Zurich. I remember spending tedious hours in that ‘overheated’ shop, watching the eager sales assistant carry over piles of shoes — with limited success. Family hikes, school trips and ski holidays were usually agony. In May 2014 I discovered kybun shoes and it was the highlight of my year! Since then, I have been able to walk for hours without pain. I walk on hard pavements, for instance when I’m shopping in the city. I don’t get tired any more and my feet don’t hurt!  Before, every step felt like a blow to my less-than-healthy hips. Today, my hips and back are in good shape. I’m happy to stand in my kybun sandals on the ceramic tiles at home. I walk with my grandchildren through the Technorama science museum or the zoo, I stand in queues and stand for hours in front of the cooker. I stand more mindfully and am happy to do so! It’s a pleasure to walk more upright and more mindfully.

Fabienne Bamert, Videojournalistin, Oberägeri ZG, Schweiz

Fabienne Bamert, Videojournalistin, Oberägeri ZG, Schweiz

Da ich in meinem Beruf oft elegante Highheels tragen muss, bin ich extrem froh, wenn ich in der Freizeit in meine kyBoot schlüpfen kann. Egal ob in der Stadt, im Fitness oder einfach nur zum Spazieren, der Schuh ist super bequem und entlastet meinen Rücken. Ich würde den kyBoot nicht mehr hergeben.

Olivier van der Staal, chef, Renan, Switzerland

Olivier van der Staal, chef, Renan, Switzerland

I was working for two months in Germany and visited a friend in St. Gallen. My wife went shopping and saw the shoes. After we'd eaten she said, “You have to try them!” I tried them out and spent all day walking round St. Gallen, and it was great. Then I started working in them. Yes – you can't describe it.