Exactly what it says on the tin: if strands of spider silk were part of the human dermis, would a human still be able to move normally?
If the answer to this is based on how concentrated it there is, then what concentration of spider silk (measured in whatever units you want) could a reasonably healthy human being have in their dermis while still moving normally?
Assume the following material properties for this spider silk:
1300 megapascals tensile strength
1.3 grams per cubic centimeter density
120 megajoules per cubic meter energy density
Capable of stretching 5 times its relaxed length without breaking
111 megajoules per cubic meter toughness