Of course we can tie our shoes in any such way (all resulting in the same):
- using one hand and stump (again) (learn how to do it)
- using a prosthetic hook
- using a prosthetic hand
- even using a ""bionic"" hand
But then, trying these options falls short of really resulting in a good walking experience for some reason.
However with all these great options listed above, you will not go anywhere. To be sky clear about it: you need no ""bionic"" hand (expensive) but you need to know your way around (priceless).
Really, I want my shoes to be fastened but not tight.
Really, I want them closed so they do not flap around.
So I started to use and evaluate a number of lock tie variations. Besides the shoes being a lot faster and easier to close with these, I can wear the ties at the really comfortable level of fast enough but not too tight. And that is a particular problem with manually and normally tied shoe laces, unless one resorts to drastic knot combinations of some sort.