Kybunpark Black Men

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This style has a Tropo sole Tropo Standard width
This sporty all-rounder is not only a 'must' for every «FCSG»* Fan but also convinces off the pitch with its look. The kybunpark* Black completes the collection in a limited edition. The kybunpark Black appears on the new Tropo sole, the successor of the Cirrus sole.

* The kybunpark is the home of St. Gallen football club. It is the highest stadium in Swiss professional football. The FCSG is a Swiss football club from the canton of St. Gallen. It was founded in April 1879 and is now the oldest existing football club in Europe.

 
Item No.: KFM2000
Available sizes: EU 39 - 49
Upper: Mesh
Lining: Microfiber and Mesh
Insole: Mesh
Sole: PU

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03/23/2020
Bryan M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Kybunpark Black M

I have had a chance to wear my Kybunpark shoes for a couple of months now. I purchased them because I developed plantar fasciitis seemingly out of no where. I tried various heel inserts etc. and nothing helped. These shoes made it possible to get around without too much trouble, and then within a couple of weeks with combined stretching most of the pain went away. A person will note in the first week or two that the shoes cause you to use muscles that are not normally used with most shoes, which is good. The weight and shock absorption are phenomenal. Even the good foot appreciates the ride. As many others have said, the downsides are the cost and the design of many models compared to most other shoes. So, a person without foot or knee issues may balk at the cost or design. Some designs are fine; some not so good (and I am not a fashionista). Nevertheless, my intention is to eventual replace most of my shoes with Kybuns for the comfort, shock absorption, and muscle exercise.