Q: How long does shipping take?
A: The shipping time will vary based on where you are located and whether the product you order is in stock. We will notify you the estimated delivery time of your item. If your items is in stock, we will deliver it to you within 5-10 working days.

Q: Are MBT Shoes breathable and dry for feet?
A: MBT shoes is designed with antimicrobial dry and cool mesh and sock lining to create a breathable and dry environment, having a good time all the day.

Q: How is MBT different from other shoes?
A: The MBT was originally designed to ease back and joint pain. Because of its unique curvilinear sole it reduces shock to the entire skeletal system while strengthening and toning your muscles. It turns ordinary hard surfaces into soft, uneven surfaces? much like sand? which decreases impact to your joints.

Ordinary shoes create repeated compression with every step, whereas the gentle, rolling action of the MBT encourages a relaxed, natural stride. Everyday walking with MBT will release muscle tension as the body becomes more balanced.

Many muscle problems occur from poor posture and faulty gait patterns. MBT can greatly improve, and in some cases, eliminate certain conditions by realigning posture and correcting walking structure.

Increased activity through the shoe strengthens the core muscles of the body. MBT tightens and tones the feet and ankles, calves, hamstrings, upper and inner thighs, buttocks, stomach and back. You will become stronger and more resilient just by wearing the MBT in your everyday activities!

Q: What is a "Negative Heel?"
A: The sole of the MBT is curvilinear. The negative heel creates minimal heel strike and lessens the impact to your joints and skeletal system. The curve also minimizes plantar flexion by creating a rolling motion rather than a stop and go motion common when wearing ordinary shoes.

Q: What is the proper way to use MBT?
A: MBTs will help strengthen your body and align your posture if used correctly. Proper training information will allow you to get the most out of your purchase and yield the greatest benefit to your body. Any retail store authorized to sell MBTs should provide you with an introduction to the proper way to use your MBTs when you make your purchase. You also can get training from our authorized trainers listed on this website. Also, please take a look at our Training Tips for MBT exercises you can do on your own, anytime.

Q: Will wearing MBTs make me walk differently?
A: Humans are biomechanically made to stride by pushing, not pulling like in normal shoes. The MBT confirms this natural state and allows you to lead with your torso and push yourself forward. Long steps throw you off balance. They also freeze up your shoulders and hips from rotating, as they do naturally. Most of us walk with our bodies behind or in front of our center of gravity. This constant state of imbalance weakens the core muscles of the body. MBT will realign you and cause you to take shorter steps. Please see our Training Tips for more information on getting the most out of your MBTs.

Q: How can MBT help people who are on their feet every day?
A: MBTs are absolutely great for people walking and/or standing all day! They are designed to decrease pressure to the skeletal system by encouraging your muscles to absorb the shock of walking instead of your joints and skeletal system. Rocking back and forth on the shoes while standing increases circulation, reduces shock to the body, and helps one to stand for longer periods of time without pain.

Q: How long should I wear my MBTs each day?
A: MBT usage should initially be between 30-45 minutes per day for the first week. Gradually build up by 15-30 minutes per week, until the MBT can be comfortably worn for over 2 hours, by which time muscle activation and proprioceptive feedback (proprioceptors are sensory receptors located in the muscles throughout the body that determine balance) are sufficiently attuned to allow you to wear the MBT all day, every day.

Q: Why do my leg muscles ache after wearing MBTs?
A: The aching sensation experienced by individuals (especially in the first few days of wearing MBTs) is a well recognized phenomenon when undertaking a new exercise program. It is known as delayed onset muscle soreness and normally settles after the first 5 days of wear.

Q: If I have diabetes, can I wear MBTs?
A: MBTs can be worn by individuals with both insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent Diabetes Mellitus. Wearing MBT footwear stimulates blood flow to all muscle groups in the legs. It is also a potent aid to proprioception (proprioceptors are sensory receptors located in the muscles throughout the body that determine balance) thereby stimulating the nerve supply to muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons in the lower limbs. This may help individuals who are prone to develop the neuro-vascular complications of Diabetes Mellitus.

Q: If I've had a stroke, can I wear MBTs?
A: The aims of treatment after the acute phase of a stroke are to minimize impairments, disability and secondary complications. To this end MBTs may be beneficial as they are a potent activator of vascular flow in the lower limbs and help improve muscle activation in the gluteals, hamstrings and calf musculature.

It should always be remembered, however, that MBT is fundamentally an unstable footwear device. With prolonged, supervised usage they should aid rehabilitation, but initially there may be an increased risk of falls if used in an unsupervised setting by an inexperienced individual.

Q: I have just had a heart attack. Is it OK for me to wear MBTs?
A: MBT's positive effects on the body's circulatory system may help as part of a cardiac rehabilitation program together with suitable education, medication and lifestyle modification. Please consult with your physician..

Q: I get anterior knee pain. Can I wear MBTs?
A: MBTs reduce loading through the knee and benefit the muscles acting around the knee. Specifically, MBTs cause an eccentric stretch of the hamstring muscles and increased activation of the quadriceps. These features assist the management of anterior knee pain. It is always advisable to contact a medical specialist (i.e. doctor, physiotherapist or osteopath) for a definitive diagnosis and to see if wearing MBTs is appropriate.

Q: Will wearing MBTs cure my sciatica?
A: MBTs will not cure sciatica but can be used as a tool which may help resolve the pain associated with the condition. Obviously if back pain persists an individual should see their doctor to rule out more serious conditions such as infection, tumor, fracture, inflammation, osteoporosis or rheumatoid arthritis.

MBTs affect the angle of the trunk relative to the pelvis. This causes the lower back to load optimally through the pelvis and hips, rather than force the wearer to lean forward which is very common with conventional footwear. In addition, MBTs cause some activation of the lumbo-sacral musculature and thereby help to strengthen the lower back and aid recovery.

Q: How to have an order in our website?

● Choose your MBT Shoes Cheap sizes and quantities.

● Add the items to your cart.

● Fill in all the required information about shipping and billing pages, and then continue to checkout again.

● Review and verify your order information before you have a payment.

● If you pay by credit card, you will fill in information twice, one is for our website, the other is for credit card center, which will protect your right.

● If you pay by western union, you must tell us your MTCN and we will give you more discounts.

Q: Why are our MBT Shoes so cheap in our website?
A: We are Original Equipment Manufacture for MBT. All our Discount MBT Shoes with authentic quality and original package have a high opinion of customers all over the world. Meanwhile, a promotion has being launched in our website, so our MBT Shoes are so Cheap.

Q: Who are extremely suitable to wear MBT Shoes?

●White-collar workers


●Yoga practitioners

● Lady who likes shopping

●The crowd who want to lose weight

Q: What is the benefits of MBT Shoes?

● Improve posture and keep a good figure

● Relieve pains

● Reduce the pressure on the knee and joint.

● Lose weight

Q: My credit card was declined, what now?

A: There are several reasons for a declined credit card transaction. The most common reason is that the address you entered is not the same address on your credit card. If this happens, try again with the correct billing address.
Please note we only VISA, MasterCard. We do not accept gift cards at this time.
A simple typing error may also cause the transaction to be refused, including entering the wrong credit card number, expiration date or incorrect CVN-code (the security number on the back of your card).
If your credit is still not admitted that I have some suggestions:
- Wait one day and try again
- Make sure your card is still not over its limit
- Make sure your credit card has not expired
- Make sure you typed the name correctly on the front of the card
- Try a different credit card