There are a lot of different interfaces for prostheses, ranging from the classic Pelite liner to gel liners to flexible inner sockets. When selecting which interface to use, it is important to consider the patient’s needs and preferences. Some patients will be resistant to change. For instance, an 80-year-old person who has had an amputation for 60 years is likely going to want to stick with a Pelite liner if that is what he or she is used to. While Pelite liners can be used with a gel liner, sometimes the Pelite liner will not last the life of the socket or the gel liner. In some cases, the seams will come unglued, the Pelite can tear, and straps, if used, can come unstitched-in short, durability can be a problem. We came up with a way to make them more durable and modernize them.