A work colleague came along one day with a pair of trial shoes and was in raptures about them, so I tried his shoes on. Shortly afterwards, I found out that there was a new company in Rüti selling these shoes. Pleased as Punch, I went over there, did the tests and was immensely impressed.
I like to wear kyBoot shoes when I go for a walk in the forest. The shoes have a springy feel to them and they benefit my back.
When I began to have severe foot pain due to a bunion (a bony bump that forms above the big toe joint), I considered having an operation. But I wanted to try out the kyBoot first. This is how I came to visit the kyBoot specialty shop at 29 Bodanstrasse in Konstanz, Germany, at 3 pm on 6 February 2016. I was very sceptical, which meant that I asked a lot of questions. I was surprised to discover how friendly and knowledgeable the salesperson was. She was very patient, offered great advice and answered all of my questions to my satisfaction. A big compliment is due to this excellent salesperson! I decided to buy the Jindo Tobacco model for men (size 43 1/2) and kept the shoes on for my stroll through the city of Konstanz. The shoes immediately provided a new, more comfortable feeling – I was happy with how comfortable they were. We ended up almost missing the ferry back, and we would have if we hadn’t sprinted our way to the harbour. This is when it struck me that I could never have sprinted like that in my old, regular shoes – at least not without it being extremely painful. I was even happier to realise that I could run painlessly in these shoes. This was not possible before. Thanks to this new level of comfort, I have been able to walk around without the bunion causing me any pain. I also used to suffer from problems due to straining my ankle. These problems also went away very quickly. This shoe saved me from needing an operation. I can only recommend that anyone with similar problems should at least try out the wonderful kyBoot shoe first, before having an operation.