I’m using this as my entire suspension system, using a double sheet bend to hold the hammock gathered end and various different knots to secure the other end around the tree. Double the price of 2 ultralight tree straps with sewn loops on both ends, but I prefer the flexibility and having two 12’ straps. Still doing some simple testing of knots at different angles and weights, but sheet bend and becket hitching the working end after wrapping the tree and threading it through a standing end larks head are solid so far. The main drawback is it crinkles really easy, so you have to carefully flatten it when wrapping a tree and before making knots. I have not found it as slippery as some Dyneema warnings say, although of course some knots and hitches don’t hold.
It is so incredibly light. I had a problem where it would slip if wrapped multiple times around a tree but this can be fixed by running it back through the end loop after the final wrap around the tree
The best to hang your hammock using a Becket hitch.
Used to sew ultralight hammock straps. Did a 3" box stitch and throw a Becket hitch on the other end and you're done.
Used it to hold a bridge hammock, no problem plenty strong