There are many different types of prosthetic leg covers and fabrication materials. You need to know upfront what your end result should be before you make a decision about components. Depending on the circumstances, you may be following the prosthetist’s directions, or you may be working directly with the patient, who is providing feedback firsthand. Is fit and function the criteria, or does the client care more about the shape and cosmesis? Are there specific components of the device that may be difficult to camouflage? For example, if a shuttle button that sticks out on the lateral side will displease the patient, relocate it to the medial side and try to hide it. Thinking ahead about the project will save your company time and money in replicated or revised work.