$150.00 $250.00 You Save 40% ($100.00)Size Guide
$150.00 $250.00 You Save 40% ($100.00)
The dr LIZA slippers have an amazing orthotic insole and combine the clinical support of an orthopaedic shoe with the cozy comfiness of a traditional slipper. Lined with the softest shearling - you can sink your feet into these slippers while being fully supported. They boast a 3cm shock absorbing EVA sole - to feel like an athletic sneaker - in our signature royal blue. Designed to keep you cozy at home they are also stylish and versatile enough to wear out. The upper is the sleek buttery leather signature of dr LIZA shoes and the toe area is super roomy. These are slippers you can stroll in, lounge in, travel in, work from home in or work from the office in.
Please take your regular size according to our sizing chart or if you wear a half size please go down to the smaller size as the slippers have a roomy fit. For example - if you normally wear size 7.5M please take 7M. There should be approximately 0.5 inches behind your heel when wearing the slippers.
Please note that due to the shearling lining - slippers are final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged.
A NOTE FROM DR. LIZA ABOUT THE DR LIZA SLIPPER
You know how it feels so amazingly comforting when someone you love gives you a big warm hug? Well, that’s how these slippers feel. Like a really good good good looking person giving you a great big hug and you release into their arms. The shearling lining and EVA platform make for the coziest embrace. And you just get to walk around your home being all comfortable and chic. And when you get things delivered and they come to your door – you don’t even mind if they see you – because you look good in your slippers. And you feel good. Really good. And yeah you can definitely wear them out. Just sanitize the soles when you come back home!
From a clinical perspective, these slippers have a base similar to Birkenstocks so if you love the feel of your Birkenstocks you’ll love these. If you have very flat feet or are new to orthotics or orthopedic footwear it may take 1-2 weeks of wear for your feet to adjust to all this extra support. And once they do – not only will your feet feel better but your knees, hips and back will too.