Info: Black Colour; Available in Sizes Eur. 34-1/3 to 43 (US Women's 5 to 11.5)
Unlike so many types that would leave you in pain, these boots are made for walking -- whether through urban landscapes or clubs, or in the great outdoors. Named after a Swiss town which operates as both a summer and a winter resort, these women's ankle boots also combine great looks with useful functions adaptable to multiple seasons. With a black matte leather toe and heel cap, these could pass for ordinary urban boots when tucked under jeans, if you wish, but you can also wear them proudly with a skirt or a dress, thanks to the accents from their silver eyelets, decorative seams, and inner side zipper. And in addition to their therapeutic kybun air-cushion soles which customers attest can help overcome a wide variety of conditions, their other functional attributes include that full-height zipper and a pull tab at the back to make them easier to get on (or off); open lacing to customize their fit; a breathable mesh area on half the tongue to improve ventilation; and many wavy rows of little knobs separated by irrigation channels on the sole, to give them good grip even on slippery surfaces.
Please note, we are only able to ship footwear orders within Canada.
Upper material: Full–grain leather
Lining: Full–grain leather/3D mesh (treated with an antibacterial finish)
Insole: 3D mesh treated with an antibacterial finish
Sole: PU, Stratus/Slim Fit
Many types of kybun footwear are a fair bit wider than the medium width many brands use, so you can fit into a smaller size than you are accustomed to, using their foot measuring method to determine your size, as explained on our Recommended Sizing for the kybun Shoe Models with Wide Soles page. For the Arosa in particular, however, some retailers advise that it "runs true" to your usual size -- in other words, that you should probably just buy the U.S. or European size you normally wear, even if the standard kybun sizing table indicates a different size for that length of foot. We tested that advice on a female staff member with a relatively wide foot, who wears US women's sizes ranging from 9 to 10; a size 9-1/2 does fit her.