The dr LIZA pump boasts a supportive orthotic insole with a metatarsal pad to alleviate pressure points. A rocker sole, rubber sole bottom, cushiony EVA platform and deep heel cup help to maintain the signature comfort of dr LIZA shoes while maintaining a beautiful aesthetic. The dr LIZA pump is a shockingly comfortable 3.75 inch high heel with a beautiful feminine silhouette that not only supports but elongates.
The sand is reminiscent of the beaches of Brazil and is more khaki than ivory. This versatile neutral works well with every skin tone and elevates any outfit seamlessly.
Fit: The fit of these shoes is generous so please choose the smallest size that you have worn in a high heel.
Composition: Brazilian leather which is renowned for its durability, wearability and beauty with a beautiful royal blue rubber sole and 0.75 inch shock-absorbing EVA platform.
Ethically made in Brazil
A NOTE FROM DR. LIZA ABOUT THE DR LIZA PUMP
These are the first style of dr LIZA shoes that I designed and they hold a special place in my heart. Since the first generation of the dr LIZA pump in 2017 I have improved them by building heel liners right into the shoe, raising the vamp so that they don’t cut into your toes, widening the forefoot area to give you more room and using a leathers with slightly more give for a more comfortable fit. This shoe gets my vote for most improved. They were great before but are even better now. We all need a great pump in our lives and these are them. They’ll make you look great and you’ll feel amazing too.
From a clinical perspective if you have very severe bunions please ask us to custom stretch them for you so that you’ll have a better fit. The rocker sole and shock absorbing platform makes these shoes suitable for plantar fasciitis and achilles tendonosis. If you have high arches you may find these more comfortable than the lower heeled sneaker pumps. These also help correct for overpronation when you’re walking and take pressure off of your back. If you have moderate to severe arthritis in your foot I don’t recommend these pumps and would suggest the sneaker pumps or booties instead.