* Try kybun shoes without obligation – this is how it works:
Order a pair of kybun trial shoes for 2 weeks and experience the unique walk-on-air feeling. Trial shoes are classified as B-goods with a small defect that is often not even visible. They may have been worn before, but in this case are professionally cleaned and disinfected. The purpose of trial shoes is to allow the customer to experience the unique feel and great advantages of a kybun shoe before buying. We charge your payment method with a £20 trial handling charge plus a refundable deposit. At the end of the trial you have 3 options:
- Return the shoes to our warehouse in Laceby (UK) and order a new pair. You receive a reduction on the regular price plus free shipping.
- Keep the shoes. We retain the handling charge + deposit and the shoes belong to you.
- Send the shoes back to our warehouse in Laceby (UK) and we refund your deposit.
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 kybun trial shoe Wengen Grey 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 kybun trial shoe Wengen Grey 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
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- walking shoes
Expensive but comfortable
Although it was rather expensive for a pair of walking shoes. If health and comfort were your bottom line, then it was worth your money.
Comfortable springy slippers.
I have used ordinary Kybun footwear for sometime now and have found them very useful for managing the neuroma I have under my left foot. I can walk some considerable distance now without the stabbing pain that would occur after hill/mountain walking on rocky terrain. Buying the slipper version seemed the next logical step, as slippers often don't have sufficient padding or cushioning on the sole. I find I can't walk barefoot or in socks, around the house, as invariably I tread on something that causes a sharp pain from the neuroma. The Kybun slippers prevent that, ensuring good cushioning and shock absorbance. My only criticism is the lack of a heel section that grips the back of the foot. As the weather is getting warmer now, my feet don't feel cold at present, but will have to be aware of this come next winter. Overall, I would highly rate these as comfortable footwear that provides shock absorbance throughout the day around the house. I notice the inadequacy of ordinarily soled slippers when I am not wearing the Kybun version!