Enjoy walking with the Swiss air-cushion shoe

Swiss made Heel cushioning Elastic & springy Perfect pressure distribution

Foot climate system
The 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.

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.

Air-cushion sole
The novel 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.

kybun Models (sortable)

The perils of hard, flat everyday floors

This is how the elastic springy kybun sole works

Try floating instead of sitting



Opinions/customer testimonials

Hansruedi Widmer from Switzerland

Hansruedi Widmer from Switzerland

The best way to describe them is to imagine what it is like to walk on moss. There is a nice rolling motion, even when playing fast sport, which is very pleasant. At first I wondered if the soft effect would make it difficult to play a fast sport, but that wasn't the case at all.

Margaret from England

Margaret from England

I can't recommend kybun shoes highly enough. I am now 76 and have been a long distance walker and country dancer for many years. In that time I have tried so many shoes and my kybun shoes are quite the best. They are so comfortable that I wear them all the time for walking, gardening, zumba dancing and housework.  They are as comfortable as the softest slippers and yet tough enough for a 10mile cross country walk. I also have a physiotherapist friend who is very impressed by the shoes shock absorbing  properties and the supportive fit which makes them ideal for ageing joints.

John Jacko from Malaysia

Since 2016 I have taken 11'606'690 steps on the elastic cushion sole of the kybun shoe. With each of my shoes, I took an average of 3.8 million steps.