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If your budget below 6k go for quechua soloman but if you want premium quality wildcraft would be a good choice
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Wildcraft or woodland
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I would personally suggest you to go to a nearest Decathlon store. They have trekking/hiking shoes for all budget + they provide warranty on every item which is great. don't go for wildcraft or others their soles are not so sturdy. Quechua is too good. Go over a size above your normal size.
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Wildcraft, Woodland, Quechua...
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GO FOR DECANTLON OR GO FOR WILDCRAFT
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You can give a visit to decathlon(if your city has any) where there you will find huge variety of trekking shoes with great quality.
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Both woodland and wild craft are good
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Wildcraft, woodland or decathlon.
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You can check 'Quecha' at decathlon. They have variants based on the trek, and at reasonable prices. I would suggest to go for water proof ones.
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You have a huge collection of trekking shoes in decathlon. I would also recommend wild craft.
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Wildcraft or woodland
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Shoes from Decathlon have proven to be very handy. You can try them. They are quite durable and effective.
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It depends on which. On which conditions you want to trek.. If its Sahyadris then rhe shoes with rubber sole Nd if its Himalaya then plastic sole like that
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Woodland , Puma
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Visit decathlon, you would find a wide variety and pocket friendly too.
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Decathlon water proof shoes
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Thank you for all
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DECATHLON always
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Your budget??
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