In our society, acceptance of excessive webbing of the fingers and toes is exclusive to wildlife. It is viewed as a deformation in humans, yet it is a beneficial trait adapted by aquatic creatures. The intent of this piece is to draw observation and contemplation to this space on the body. The goal of the hand controlled movement of the piece is to strike curiosity and interaction in the viewer and wearer. In a way the functional form asks you to try it on, to imagine what it would be like to maneuver, to imagine what it would be like to have this characteristic of the body and a fitting environment to utilize it within.