Experiences and testimonials from top athletes

Peter Zwahlen from Switzerland

Peter Zwahlen from Switzerland

Of course I did have my doubts because I couldn’t imagine it. I thought it would be very difficult and wondered if I would be steady on my feet. Would the air all escape at some point? But these were all negative suspicions and none of them turned out to be true.

Res Gerber, sings tenor in the Gossau gospel choir, Switzerland

Res Gerber, sings tenor in the Gossau gospel choir, Switzerland

Your body is more dynamic, it's constantly active. You can't just stand “quietly” and be passive; you're active the whole time.

Sabine Bauer, works in a laundry, Switzerland

Sabine Bauer, works in a laundry, Switzerland

The shoes' soft sole make standing far more pleasant. It's a real relief to me. At first I couldn't really get my grip in these shoes, but that changed over time. It felt as if the shoes got a little firmer. I'm here now to have my stance tested on the pressure meter, as I have the feeling that I'm not standing properly in my shoes.