The Swiss air-cushion shoe


kybun Models (sortable)

kybun – The Swiss air-cushion shoe

There’s nothing comfier!
The kybun shoe creates an unprecedented level of comfort as you walk and is unlike any other shoe. The kybun shoe allows you to experience the same level of comfort that you feel when using the kybun mat.

walk-on-air sole
The kybun shoe makes you feel like you are walking on a soft, springy air cushion. You will feel as light as a feather – a unique feel-good experience. The thrill you will feel from your very first step will only increase with time.

Foot sensor technology
The sole of the kybun shoe is the world’s first sole that allows feet to feel every detail of the floor. The soles of your feet will be gently stimulated with every step. This incredible innovation really comes into its own when you walk on gravel or cobblestones.

Foot climate system
The honeycomb air structure of kybun soles creates an air cushion between your foot and the ground, pumping a fifth of the air volume into your foot area with every step. This creates an extremely comfortable shoe climate.

Benefits and effects

  • Relieves the strain on joints and relaxes back muscles
  • Strengthens your foot, leg and core muscles
  • Increases calorie expenditure
  • Activates the leg and vein circulation
  • The soles of your feet are stimulated by ‘touching’ the ground

The kybun shoe is relaxing, helps you to get fit and is a lot of fun.

Opinions/customer testimonials

Margret Zweifel, lives in Grabs, Switzerland

Margret Zweifel, lives in Grabs, Switzerland

The most important thing to me is the soft feeling as you walk. I have very sensitive feet, but Walking in these shoes is wonderful.

Elsbeth Willi-Bardill from Switzerland

Elsbeth Willi-Bardill from Switzerland

I am 87 years old. You used to find me on all sorts of mountains. I was even on the Kest. I used to strain my legs too much. In those days, there were no walking sticks. At my age, I notice it in my legs now. That’s why I’m happy that I’ve got these shoes.

Marco Hanselmann, lives in Appenzell, Switzerland

Marco Hanselmann, lives in Appenzell, Switzerland

The atmospheric humidity in a cheese cellar is very high. The floor is slippery. On a surface like that, you need shoes with grip. Most shoes slip on the wet cellar floor. In kyBoot shoes, though, I have great grip, and they last for ages.