Work without pain

Many workmen suffer from health problems such as aching feet, tension and back pain. This is mainly caused by long working hours with long periods of standing, heavy lifting and putting strain on one side of the body.

The revolutionary kybun movement concept is a simple way to improve workplace ergonomics. Exercising while standing upright on the soft, springy surface is the healthy alternative to hard floors or sitting passively. The soft, springy structure forces the muscles in the feet and legs to constantly remain in motion in order to maintain balance and posture.

Effects and benefits:

  • Can act as an effective measure against back pain
  • Decreases fatigue
  • Work more efficiently thanks to the combination of both a physical and mental workout
  • Relaxes and loosens the muscles
  • Improves posture
  • Improves general fitness without taking up any extra time
  • Is fun

Customer testimonials

Josef Städler glassblower from Switzerland

Josef Städler glassblower from Switzerland

I have back problems. It would be a struggle if I had to sit down all day or stand all day. This way, I can do a bit of both, which suits me better.

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.

Sandra Haffa employee Martin Confiserie, Switzerland

Sandra Haffa employee Martin Confiserie, Switzerland

I was wearing the hiking shoe while cleaning. I had the shoe on the whole time standing in water. It still hasn’t dried up out there. Before I knew about kybun, I wore regular shoes to clean. I had to switch them out each season. The sole would always detach from the shoe. The kyBoot is waterproof, so, of course, I treated it like you’d treat any shoe. It kept my feet warm and dry, even far into autumn and winter. It’s still all in one piece, three years down the line.