There are several ways for an amputee to don a prosthetic, depending on their individual anatomy, preference and the design of the prosthesis. Pull-in: Most users work with a donning sock to be sure that all necessary tissue is contained within the suction socket. The donning sock is used where there is no liner interface and requires a lotion (wet fit) or powder (dry fit). The choice is up to the comfort and convenience of the amputee. Push-in donning is for amputees with longer above knee residual limbs, some prefer to push the residual limb into the prosthetic’s socket, using a wet or dry fit.