kybun trial shoe Luzern Bronze Women
Available sizes: EU 34 1/3 – 43
Lining: Microfiber, high-quality 3D mesh, antibacterial treatment
Insole: High-quality 3D mesh, antibacterial treatment
* Try kybun shoes now, without obligation – this is how it works:
Order a pair of kybun trial shoes, try it for 2 weeks and experience yourself the walk-on-air feeling. kybun trial shoes are rated as B-Grades with a small defect that is often not even visible, as opposed to regular A-Grades. They are used to give the customer the opportunity to experience the walk-on-air feeling and the great advantages of a kybun shoe. We will charge your credit card with £20 trial handling charge plus a refundable deposit (£90-£150). After the trial period, you have 3 options:
- You send the kybun trial shoes back to our warehouse in Germany and get a refund of your deposit
- You like your kybun trial shoes and want to keep it. We retain the handling charge + deposit and the shoe is yours
- You send the kybun trial shoe back to our warehouse in Germany and buy a new one. Thereby, you benefit a reduction on the regular price plus free shipping of your new kybun shoe (handlig charge + deposit)
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Such good shoes
The only reason I didn’t keep to shoe is because my toes have nerve damage because of chemotherapy. They were incredibly comfy for the soles of my feet. So wish I’d been able to cope with the closed in shoe as I have to wear toe post sandals all the time
Trial kyBoot Luzern
Love the idea of being able to tria shoesl, this shoe was too big as my heel kept slipping up and down so have returned them. Will be ordering a shoe later in the year.
Excellent service and beautifully made shoes
Service could not have been better . I was totally updated with how my order was progressing, and the shoes arrived surprisingly quickly. As soon as I put them on, I knew this was a different type of shoe. Walking was so soft and comfortable for my feet. Very pleased with them. One comment is that I keep receiving emails in a foreign language ( Swiss? ) and I would like be able to read them!