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You’re looking for some hammock gear, but you want to find out what’s the best.
Is this tarp better than that tarp?
Or what about these two suspension systems what one is better?
You’re asking the right questions, and you’ve come to the right place.
We have several different types of comparisons.
Some side by side of two hammocks.
Some of two different methods of hammock camping.
And some of several different things in one article.
You can find all these if you click here to jump to the bottom and view our comparisons.
We’ve spend countless hours in effort to make your decisions when it comes to hammock camping easier.
Comparing different gear is very taxing, you have to do research, read everything about the product, and if possible try the product before buying it.
So as mentioned before we put together many different comparisons down below.
Now if you’re anything like me I take the buy once cry once approach to my camping gear.
That means I will buy the best I possibly can at the time and use that piece of gear for as long as I can.
When I first started getting into hammock camping I was constantly trying to find comparisons of different hammocks and other related gear because of my buying approach.
But look no farther than here as we’re putting together a list of hammock and gear comparisons below.
Hammocks, tarps, suspension systems, bug nets, topquilts, underquilts, and stakes.
There’s more parts to hammock camping than tent camping, but that’s the price we pay for being more comfortable.
But that’s what we’re here for. To help you through the tough decision process and make sure you enjoy yourself when you’re out camping.
The biggest things to worry about when you’re starting is the hammock, and bug net. This is assuming you already have a sleeping bag and pad from your tent camping days.
That gear will get you through warmer weather camping.
Once you get serious about it then I recommend diving into the various tarps, topquilts, and underquilts. They do get pricy though.
But let me just say the money I have spend on my tarp, and quilts is some of the best money I’ve spent when it comes to camping. Because they keep me out of the rain and nice and warm through the night so I don’t want you thinking you should be skimping on them. Although there are very good budget options.