Info: Jacquard Pattern; Available in Two Colours
This fresh, sporty walking shoe is named after a village in Switzerland which is well known for its textile processing -- especially the use of Jacquard weaving machines which can produce patterns like the ones featured here. With a slightly nautical look, these can go great with many types of outfits and will breathe very well even on the hottest days, while their kybun Comfort air-cushion sole provides excellent shock absorbency, stability and traction on a wide variety of terrain, and can help relieve a whole range of mobility or muscle or joint pain issues (or help you reduce swollen ankles or legs and back pain during pregnancy, as discussed in the video below.)
Please note, we are only able to ship footwear orders within Canada.
There are two colour options for this model. One is named Sand, since the style of its elegant Jacquard pattern is reminiscent of a raked sand Zen Garden, and it has a light, slightly yellowish sand and lightly gray colouring above the sole, as shown above. The Blue model has the same pattern, but with various shades of blue colouring, as shown here.
Upper material: Jacquard fabric
Lining: Top–quality 3D mesh, treated with an antibacterial finish
Insole: Top–quality 3D mesh, treated with an antibacterial finish
Sole: PU, Comfort
Rather than just going by your usual size, kybun shoes' manufacturer advises its customers to actually measure the length of their foot first and use its table to look up which size to get. That's because many of its models come in an extra wide (4E) width which can accommodate virtually any foot if selected primarily on the basis of length, whereas a lot of footwear comes only in a medium width so we become accustomed to having to buy them a little longer than we need.However, with certain models like this, even though they have a Comfort sole, their uppers are quite a bit narrower than the sole in the arch and heel areas, so some retailers advise just getting your usual U.S. size if you have a narrow to normal width foot, or even going a half size larger than your usual size, if you have a wider foot (even if the standard kybun table indicates it should be a smaller size for that length).