I've used both-------whoopies are really light, fun to build, and crazy easy to adjust---------on the down side, your suspension has lots of pieces and its easy to forget a strap or toggle at a campsite. Webbing is all one piece, easy to use, not quite as light or easy to adjust, but still a great system--------its a little bulkier too. It also might depend on what type of hammock you use, and Ive even heard of people putting whoopies on one end, and straps on the other!-----------------also in wet weather, whoopies work fine--water runs down the loose "tail end" of the whoopie as a drip loop. Whoopies also have to be a little bit longer than straps due to the bury.
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