Köniz Tan Men
Available sizes: EU 39 – 49
Lining: Microfiber, mesh
Springy like on a trampoline
The kybun shoe will impress you from the very first step. Just like on a trampoline, it provides you with a relaxing and training effect all in ONE! The elastic springy sole trains and relieves your body at the same time. Put on your kybun shoes and start walking, enjoy the unique feeling and benefit from an integrated training experience.
The elastic springy trampoline effect offers the best quality and healthiest exercise you can find! As with the vital elements in nutrition, the trampoline effect is the primary source of your exercise. Depending on the selected style, the sole has a more intense (higher rebound-effect) or lighter (lower rebound-effect) trampoline effect.
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.
The unique 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.
Elastic & springy
Perfect pressure distribution
Made in Italy - Montebelluna
The Köniz Tan is produced in our own production facility in Montebelluna near Venice, Italy. We manufacture the Swiss air-cushion shoe and its elastic springy sole largely by hand, using a process that includes up to 40 different steps by a dedicated workforce of skilled shoemakers and kybun's Swiss high-tech sole robot. Both production facilities (Switzerland an northern Italy) follow the exact same manufacturing processes.
Strato sole - Your mini-trampoline
The Köniz Tan has a Strato sole and therefore a higher Rebound-Effect. The Strato sole is designed to roll better in the backfoot area than previous kybun soles. This type of sole offers maximum effect as well as the ultimate in training performance and absorption. The foot pressure is evenly distributed and the full strength of the body is optimised. The elastic and springy material compensates poor postures and misalignments by stretching the posterior muscle chain with each step and the full-length sole profile with larger contact area to the ground ensures optimal grip on any surface.
Foot climate systemThe 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.
Surefooted! Lab tests confirm slip resistance
See the results
- ant feet
I have worn MBT shoes for many years, these Kybun shoes are in another league, fantastic shoes and service.
Finest shoes ever
First class service and product to match.
Sturdy, comfortable and with looks
Although the most expensive shoes I have purchased in my 70+ year life, these shoes look good and feel wonderful to wear. I am sure that all their locomotion benefits are doing my knees and feet good. I do not regret the money. My only criticism is that the laces (and occasionally the zips) undo themselves. The former, even though double knotted and as firmly tied as I can do them, are 'slippery' and so I shall change the laces to less shiny ones. The zips, very useful for putting shoes on and taking them off, must be very securely locked into the closed position to stop them slipping down. These are small cosmetic criticisms because the shoe itself is first class and a joy to wear.
Konica tan review
I am very satisfied with my purchase.I am walking 12kilometers everyday without getting tired
The Best Shoes For Me
After having two feet and three knee operations in the last ten years, I found a big difficulty to find the correct type of shoes, That could reduce the pain that I was having when I walked. When I tried my newly purchased pair of ( Kybun ) shoes, I felt so happy that at last, I found the solution to my problem. I’m a new man now able to walk without any pain; it's like walking on the clouds. I like to thank the kybun team for managing to create these miracle shoes. Thank you Michael Aslanian