Originally Posted by Caveman
Seems there might be a bit of a language barrier, but I'll do my best.
I think you are asking for suggestions on a new set up? With your height and weight, I'd get an 11' hammock with a 1.1 or even 1.7 double layer. Depending on if you want an integrated net will help narrow your choices. I'm not sure why this is in the BIAS sections, but since it is, we'll stick to those for now. The Weight Weenie is a great option for a hammock. BIAS also sells a net that fits it very well. With bug season about hit full force, you will need a net. As far as suspension goes, whoopies are nice. I recently switched all my hammocks from whoopies to UCRs (but that's just a personal preference). The most simple suspension (in my oppinion) is the webbing straps with buckles, but again, it's about personal preference. If you need a tarp, I'd suggest a Superfly (by warbonnet) or a Tadpole (by Wilderness Logics). If you don't have quilts, that shouldn't be too much a big deal in the warmer months. You can get by with a sleeping bag, but for comfort....a good set of quilts is awfully nice.
Not sure if I helped or made things worse. Let us know a little more about what you are interested in and we will do our best to help out.
I want you to buy our stuff, but I find little wrong with this reply. NAILED IT.
I use two suspensions: 1) 100 inch straps with toggles (Caveman says buckles... both accomplish the same thing... hardware connection to your webbing). I tie toggles where they fit. Perfect for 30-45 inch trees from 12 to 15 feet apart.
2) Our full kit. I agree with Caveman that UCRs are awesome, but they are more finicky. I still use whoopies, straps and toggles. This is better from 15-25 feet. You can also bling it out with Dutchware (I do) or you can strip it down and thread the whoopies through the channel loops. Both are great, and there are Caveman's suggestions.
There are five parts to the perfect setup: 1) Suspension. It all starts there. 2) Hammock. It's critically important for comfort. 3) Bug net. No fun when you're being bitten by critters. 4) Tarp. Not necessary if you're a fish or if you camp one night at a time in perfect weather (though I hate dew collecting on my nose). 5) Insulation. Pad or underquilt?
Each of the five has many options. It's nearly infinite. We all have different opinions which is why this is such a great forum. We get to debate, discuss, introduce, argue, agree and disagree ad nauseum.