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If you think hills are calling you for some exotic adventure, don’t miss out an opportunity of trekking. But before you plan and pack your rucksack, don’t forget to include these wardrobe essentials.
Hills have something special about it, you have the adrenalin rush and the calmness at the same time. When your heart is pacing like a thunderstorm, your mind is composed by the peace. Also, you have a number of sports you can enjoy. From rock climbing to trekking, hills never disappoint you. But are you ready for some ‘hill-tastic’ time? No, we won’t ask you to upgrade your entire wardrobe but you definitely need these basic essentials. Have a look
Often temperatures at hills drop as you move above. You keep warn jackets, socks comfy trouser but forget about headgears. Make a note to keep your attire stylish by some caps or a hipster beanie.
While evening and nights might be chilling, days at hills witness enormous sunshine. Keeping stylish aviators will not only relieve you from the scorching sun but make you stand apart from the crowd as well.
It’s a versatile piece of clothing, it can be used in multiple ways to change your look, everytime you fold it in a different manner. Sometimes it may help you avoid the sun, while other times it can be your rescue point from cold winds.
A camouflage T-shirt
Though camouflage t-shirts never go out of season, they can look very stunning on hills too. The best part is, you can team it up with any shorts or trousers of your choice. The super comfy t-shirt will let you trek in peace.
The most important part while trekking would be your shoes. If your shoes are not proper, you wouldn’t be able to enjoy it. Therefore choose shoes which are sturdy and are comfortable because you’ll be walking more than usual.
Trekking is a lifetime experience so make sure you miss a point to enjoy to the fullest.
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