How do MBTs Work?
How do MBTs Work?
The key to MBT is the revolutionary, curved sole construction. The interplay of the patented shank, the PU midsole, and the Masai Sensor creates natural instability which normally is only experienced when walking barefoot on soft, uneven ground. This natural instability can activate the body’s supporting muscle system and has positive effects on the entire body. More than 10 years of research have gone into developing this revolutionary design.

Research shows that MBTs can help to:

Improve posture and gait

Relieve neck and lower back pain

Exercise a large group of muscles including legs, buttocks and abdominals

Tone the body and aid weight loss

Reduce stress on back, hip and knee joints

Improve ankle joint stability and balance