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Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
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  • Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
  • Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
  • Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
  • Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
  • Men's MBT Kisumu Beige
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    Men's MBT Kisumu Beige description

    MBT kisumu shoes hot sale. MBT shoes are able to do all of these because they simulate the way the Masai Tribe form East Africa walk. The Masai's secret is that they balance their bodies while they are walking barefoot on soft. These aren’t your unusual shoes. We supply particular shoes MBT is only EVA perforation and buffering lowers odor and antibiotic treatment method. Discount MBT Kimondo shoes is a female buddy separate page footwear display information. You’ll be able to visit Mbt kisumu Sandals to know extra about. Hurry up visit our store for more details!

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    MBT believes in footwear that makes you better from the ground up.
    MBT: The idea of Physiological Footwear

    MBT, Masai Barefoot Technology, was invented by Swiss engineer Karl M¨¹ller. During a visit to Korea he made the startling discovery that walking barefoot over paddy fields alleviated his back pain. Back in Switzerland, M¨¹ller began to develop a footwear technology that would make the natural instability of soft ground such as Korean paddy fields or the East African savannah accessible also to those, who have to walk on hard surfaces. In 1996, after years spent on research and development, Masai Barefoot Technology was mature enough to be launched on the market. MBTs are now available in over twenty countries, and approximately one million pairs of this revolutionary footwear technology are sold every year.

    How the anti-shoe is pro-body:

    Because of the specially designed sole, wearing MBTs significantly improves your gait and posture and relieves pressure on your joints and back. It also exercises a large number of muscles, whether you are walking or standing. This, in turn, stimulates your metabolism, burns extra calories and speeds up muscle regeneration. In addition, MBTs can have a firming effect on abdominal, leg and buttock muscles.

    The key to MBT is its patented sole structure.

    The Shank, PU Midsole with Pivot and the Masai Sensor create a soft surface that is akin to walking barefoot on springy moss or on a sandy beach. This creates a natural instability underfoot, which activates the supporting muscle system and has positive effects on the entire body.

    MBT technology mimicks walking in barefeet.
    Wearing MBT mimicks walking on soft, natural ground.

    When the heel strikes, the heel sinks into the ground and the body has to stabilize. When the foot rolls forward, there is a controlled rolling over the balancing area towards the ball of the foot. The toe rolls off (without pressure).

    MBT ensure the foot natural rolling movement and optimizes pressure distribution over the whole sole.
    The Anti-Shoe

    MBT would like to help people all over the world lead a healthier, more active and happier life. MBT is convinced that human fitness and health are significantly influenced by the way we walk ¨C this conviction has already been substantiated objectively by many scientific studies.

    MBT therefore attempts to awaken and strengthen the awareness of physiologically correct walking among people world-wide by disseminating the idea and concept of MBT physiological footwear. The benefits of physiologically correct walking can thus be made available to as many people as possible all over the world, in a straightforward and uncomplicated way.

    MBT Masai Sensor creates natural instability, to which the body responds with increased muscle activity.