The dr LIZA flat is not quite flat because we all need a little bit of support. With a 0.5-inch shock absorbing heel, cushioned insole, arch support and royal blue lined outsole, you’re sure to be comfortable. The toe box is generous to give you wiggle room and the cut provides the perfect room for bunions so they don’t get irritated. The beautiful silhouette also helps to make you look longer and leaner without the need for added height. They slip easily on and off and can be worn with the dr LIZA ankle strap.
The dr LIZA flat is dressy enough for a meeting or night out while being comfortable to wear anywhere you would wear sneakers.
FIT | These fit true to size and are suitable for narrow, regular and wide feet. If you have very wide feet [D, E, width] or will be wearing socks please go up half a size. If your feet are on the narrower size please go down half a size. The flats may be too wide for a AA narrow foot.
COMPOSITION: Brazilian leather is renowned for its durability, wearability and beauty with a beautiful royal blue rubber sole, 0.5-inch shock-absorbing heel.
A NOTE FROM DR. LIZA ABOUT THE DR. LIZA FLAT
I personally don’t wear flats much because if I can be comfortable in heels that feel like sneakers I’d rather enjoy the lengthening benefits of some extra height. But when I do wear flats I can’t wear something flimsy otherwise I’ll be crippled over in agony. So I designed the dr LIZA flat with an orthotic insole, stabilizing midsole and built up the sides so that there is some control for overpronation. These flats also hold an orthotic insole well and are the only dr LIZA shoes that were designed to accommodate your own custom orthotic. The other shoes have a great built-in orthotic insole that works with the offloading mechanism of the shoe so need to wear your own orthotics with any other dr LIZA shoes. These are great for driving, commuting and whenever you want to look put together while staying close to the ground. They are super cute and flattering for flats!
From a clinical perspective – if you have plantar fasciitis, neuromas, arthritis etc.. you should wear an additional orthotic with these. If you don’t then enjoy it as is. The vamp is cut higher and they are wider around the toes to accommodate bunions. These are a good option if you need a shoe that is easy to slip on and off without bending. If you are looking for a walking shoe please look to the dr LIZA sneaker will give you the support you need for long-distance walking.