High demands on the body
Dancing puts a tremendous amount of physical strain on your body and this takes some time to get used to. Dancing in normal dancing shoes on hard surfaces can damage tendons, ligaments and joints due to overstraining. kybun shoes can successfully counteract this and are perfectly suited for dancing thanks to their elastic, springy air-cushion soles.
Dancing without any pain
Dance with the elastic, springy, air cushion kybun shoes. You will feel as light as a feather – a unique feel-good experience. They will thrill you from the moment you set foot on the dance floor and even more so as you continue to dance.
Your feet will quite literally keep their cool, even during the most intense moments of your performances
The sole of the kybun shoe allows the foot to feel every detail of the floor. The soles of your feet will be gently stimulated with every step. 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.
Dancing is a special experience with the kybun Swiss air-cushion shoe. Put some bounce in your step and feel like you are dancing on clouds. Have you already tried it out?
“Dancing with myself and having a ball! I no longer feel pain in my meniscus, my vertebrae are aligned and straight and my back pain is gone – and all of this without doing any cumbersome exercises. It’s great!” – Gabriele Fischer, dancer and body psychotherapist
I feel it does my body good to be constantly moving. There’s no more stiffness, and I’ve the feeling that it is gradually going. I think it’s great that I can stand during the day with these shoes.
Some people might say that the shoes are too expensive. But that really isn’t true. Considering how long they last, I must say I think they are extremely good value and the benefits they bring are priceless.
So, right now I’m actually alone at this BEA. For this event, I have to spend ten days in a row on my feet nearly all day. I don’t spend that much time standing at work, so I’m not used to it at all. That’s why, in the past, I always experienced leg pain at trade fairs like this. I don’t anymore, though.