Enjoy walking with the Swiss air-cushion shoe

Foot climate system
The airy honeycomb structure of the kybun shoe creates an air cushion between your foot and the ground. Every step pumps a fifth of the air volume into the foot space to cre­ate a comfortable shoe climate.

Foot sensor technology
The kybun shoe‘s flexible, cushioned trampoline sole allows your feet to feel every detail of the ground, which stimulates the health-promoting receptors in your feet.

Air-cushion sole
The novel kybun sole consists of specially developed multi-component polyurethane (PU), into which many tiny air bubbles have been sealed. This elastic springy air pad enables optimal cushioning.

kybun Models (sortable)


Swiss made Heel cushioning Elastic & springy Perfect pressure distribution

Opinions/customer testimonials

Samuel Gerber from Switzerland

Samuel Gerber from Switzerland

It got so bad, that I had to walk with crutches for a time, because I really couldn’t walk anymore. There are so many things you can try. You can give insoles a go, but it’s all very expensive and that doesn’t ecessarily mean that they will even work. You end up having to buy new shoes anyway to insert the insoles, and those don’t come cheap, either. You’re much better off just buying a kybun shoe. It really improves your health. It straightens up your posture, for example. It simply takes the load off your back and other areas. Every part of you becomes more relaxed by simply moving as you walk.

Claudia Sacuraj aus der Schweiz

Claudia Sacuraj aus der Schweiz

Wenn ich keine kybun Schuhe gehabt hätte, hätte ich gar nicht mehr arbeiten können. Es geht um Fersensporn. Alles andere, z.B. super teure Einlagen, jegliche Art von Therapie, hat nichts genützt. Ich trage nur noch solche Schuhe und finde es erfreulich, dass es unterdessen auch schöne Sommermodelle gibt. Gruss und DANKE an den KYBUN Erfinder. 

Gopal Rajguru, sales coach, Switzerland

Gopal Rajguru, sales coach, Switzerland

It used to be extremely hard for me to stand all day and live with the pain. Now it's almost gone entirely.