With more than 100 attractive choices for both men and women, in sandals, athletic shoes, walking shoes, boots, outdoor shoes and casual shoes, discount MBTallows wearers to enjoy both comfort and style whether at work, on a casual night out, or just going for a walk.
What is so unusual about the design of the MBT shoe? It has a rocker bottom and a three-part inner sole, engineered to make the body work when walking, more like it was built to do. The Masai Barefoot Technology shoe enables people to enjoy better posture and achieve better muscle tone.
A shoe that works well for both casual wear and wearing to work is the MBT Men's Karani Black shoes
Fitness experts have recognized that the unique design of these shoes can actually help you get in better physical shape if they are worn regularly. The shoes change the way the body works to take each step. The core muscles of the body are more involved, allowing wearers of the shoes to possibly strengthen their back and even flatten their stomach. The sedentary lifestyle many individuals have today makes us more prone to back injuries and pain. MBT shoes are designed to address this problem and make people feel better while walking.
A handsome shoe for a casual business environment is the MBT Men's Tariki Walnut shoes
MBT researchers were inspired in their footwear designs by observing East African runners, who usually train for races barefoot. The researchers believed there was a correlation between the runners’ general good health—lack of injuries or joint and back pain—and the fact they did not wear shoes when training. The rolling motion of the bare foot causes the other muscles of the body to be more engaged when the foot touches the ground. This extra muscle work stabilizes the foot and protects it from injury. The researchers set out to design a shoe that would allow people to experience this natural effect that the runners use to their advantage.
For a sporty look the MBT Men's Chapa - Rock Blue/Grey Leather - Waterproof is a great choice.
When walking or running on a surface that yields, such as sand, muscles all over the body are used to for stabilization—including thigh muscles, glutes and abdominal muscles. Studies indicate that walking in sand causes the body to use more energy—1.75 to 2.35 times more—than walking on flat surfaces such as city pavement. Though more energy is expended, the joints of the body are actually under less stress because the sand absorbs the impact of your foot to the ground rather than the energy from the impact passing through the body.