It's good to go with by owning gears
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Hello :) If you plan your trek with some Trek Company, then they usually provide all the trek gears. Otherwise, you can get them for rent as well, you need not spend a bomb on that! However, if you're a regular trekker, then you can check out Decathlon and maybe consider buying them!
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Hi, Certain trek gears that can be used on a sharing basis are available on rent from the trekking agency usually (and at times available in the local shops at the base). Having said that, I would like to reiterate that no matter what you wish to hire, you will need a pair of sturdy trekking shoe and usually that eats up the entire pie of the budget. Other than shoes and good warm jacket rest of the gears aren't really that costly. Hope that helps you.