Enjoy cooking, even even after long hours of standing!

Whether serving or preparing, good shoes are essential for jobs in the catering industry.

No more tired legs
Standing for long periods of time in the wrong shoes quickly leads to tired legs and aching feet. Kybun shoes remedy this and promote well-being in the workplace.

Relieve the burden on your feet
Kybun shoes make it easier to walk and stand for long periods thanks to the elastic, springy air-cushion soles. You hardly notice the shoe due to its light weight, and the walk-on-air sole provides optimal shock absorption and noticeably reduces the stress on your body.

Kybun shoes fulfil the requirements of the catering sector
The soles are abrasion and water resistant, prevent accidents in the workplace. The foot climate system ensures optimal moisture and temperature regulation. Kybun shoes don't need to be broken in: The shoe fits perfectly from the moment you slip it on. Why not try out the comfortable and functional kybun shoes for yourself?

Information about our products

kybun Shoe
kybun Shoe 
kybun Mat
kybun Mat 

Customer testimonials

Josias Noll, community service-providing, Uster, Switzerland

Josias Noll, community service-providing, Uster, Switzerland

I wear these shoes every day and they simply go on and on and on – and it's amazing how they don't get worn out, these kyBoot. They are comfortable, not like hard shoes. Your feet aren't tired out in the evening: you feel rested and can go out jogging again in the evening. Simply a great product!  Watch the video

Andreas Bischof from Switzerland

Andreas Bischof from Switzerland

It helps a lot, as we have seen in recent years in rehabilitation with physiotherapy, and as Simon Storm explained. It also does a great deal in terms of prevention and treatment for worn-out joints. So I find it areally good idea, one which certainly has a future, and which has already been confirmed and no longer has to prove itself.

Samuel Schilt technical building manager at the Centre for Medical Training in Bern, Switzerland

Samuel Schilt technical building manager at the Centre for Medical Training in Bern, Switzerland

I tried low-cost shoes for quite some time, but they just didn’t do the job. Having a good pair of shoes is well worth the investment – and I’ve found the best ones available anywhere.