Places to Purchase Trekking Gear in India

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< Admin, it would be great if you make this thread sticky for the benefit of the forum member >
Stuck !! Thanks for the extensive list.. AvidTrekker

Camping and Trekking Equipment stores in Delhi and NCR

Trekkers Point
Main Entrance, Mezzanine Floor
PVR Plaza, Connaught Place
New Delhi - 110001
Tel : 23325475, 23323362 Fax:23713245
Mob : 9313709326
mail : eagle@eagle-grp.com coleman@eagle-grp.com

STIKAGE
(Outdoor Adventure Sports Equipment and Tours)
7-UB, Jawahar Nagar-Kamla Nagar, Delhi-110007 India
Phone: 91 11 23850036, 23850026 Telefax: 91 11 23850026
Mobile: Surender Sonik- 9810025536 / Ravi Sonik- 9868064114

Rocksport Outdoor Gear Store
127, Rajendera Bhawan, Rajendra Place,
New Delhi
+91 9811398050
+91 9810215848

Adventure18
Contact: Mohit Oberoi
18, Satya Niketan, (Opp. Venkateshwara College), New Delhi - 110 021 (India)
Ph: +91-11-32970400 Fax : 26878888
E-Mail : mo1@vsnl.com, adventurers18@yahoo.com

Wildventures SF-002
Contact: Kashav Jani
Dlf Galleria Shoping Complex,Dlf City, Phase-Iv
(Above: Sitaram Bhatia Clinic),Gurgaon-122002,Haryana,
Ph: +91-124-4057778, 9313979994, Email: wildventures@vsnl.net

CARABIN adventure
C-62/3, Okhla Industrial Area,
Phase-2,
New Delhi
110020
Mobile: +91 9873780333, 9818889767
Tel: 91 11 41611082
Email: rajat.sethi@hotmail.com
www.carabinadventure.in

CARABIN INC.
K17/4A, D.L.F. Phase -2,
Gurgaon-122002
Tel.No.0124-4362362,4362636
Fax.No.0124-4362636
Mobile:9811076556/9811615298
Email:yashhanda@yahoo.com

Adventure 18 Noida :
Bhoja Market, Behind Vinayak Hospital,
Sector 27, Noida
(Ph. 0120 2532400)

Chogo Ri - Mr. Hemant Sachdeva
511, Kailash Building
26, Kasturba Gandhi Marg
phone- 01123312783, 01123312787

Han-Yin, Korean Equipment
F-25A HauzKhas
Rakesh : 98919 40627
Gauvrav : 98919 00627

Himalayan Gear, (previously Dimension Wilderness)
25, Chirag Delhi. Ph: 9350225713.

Shradha Outdoor - Gurgaon-01242561675

Zanskar Outdoor Equipment
Office: Pocket A-2/110 F,
Mayur Vihar, Phase 3,
Delhi - 110096
Workshop: RZ-1174/23, Tughlakabad extension,
New Delhi - 110019
Phone no.: 32961516, 22627453
Mobile no.: 9811676556, 9873323362
Email: zanskar@hotmail.com


Camping and Trekking Equipment stores in Mumbai

Avi Industries
13, Shriji Sadan, 352, Chandavarkar Road,
Matunga (E), Mumbai 400 019
Phone: +91 22 2414 3810 / 6577 9787
Email: avinashkamath@gmail.com

Adventure 18 mumbai
9/10 Wallace Appt, 4 Roushir Bharuch Marg,
Grant Road, Mumbai - 400007
+(91)-(22)-23803102
+(91)-9892626812
adventure18@gmail.com

Nisarga Vihar
106 Adarsh Commercial Centre, Behind Gurudwara Guru Nanak Nagar,
Ambadi Road, Vasai W, Thane - 401201
+(91)-2503206583
+(91)-9892472377
mantrims@vsnl.com

Great Outdoors India
Shop No.1, Gautam Villa Soc.,
Ghantali Devi Rd., Thane (W),
Maharashtra, INDIA 400 602
+91 22 540 3144
+91 22 542 2072
Fax 0091 22 540 9920

factory
Unit No.1,2,3 & 4, 2nd Floor, Sachin Industrial Estate,
Kolbad Rd., Kolbad, Thane (W),
Maharashtra, INDIA 400 601.
0091 22 544 3034

Outdoor Travel Gear
207, Hanuman Industrial Estate, G.D. Ambekar Marg, Wadala,
Mumbai 400031. INDIA
+91 - 22 - 2412 2030
+91 - 22 - 6663 5228
E-Mail smartdessignsindia@gmail.com


Camping and Trekking Equipment stores in Bangalore

GetOffUrAss in Indira Nagar.
@ 472, Sri Krishna Temple Road
Indira Nagar 2nd Stage
Bangalore
Ph : 51161600

Neeraj Malve
#1310, Gokulam, 6th Cross,
10th Main, HAL 3rd Stage ext,
Bangalore - 560008
Landmark : 2nd last building (Jeevan Bima Nagar end) on The road adjacent to Leela Palace Hotel.
Email : neerajmalve@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Ozone
5th main ,12th block,
Kumarpark West
Bangalore
Phone / Fax : 3310441,3448054
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Camping ,Trekking, Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Paragliding and White Water Rafting etc. They also manufacture Outdoor camping equipment.

Summiters Outdoors Private Limited
Travel, Trekking, Adventure Gears
#24, "Belaku",
1st Cross, APC Layout,
Thindlu, Vidyaranyapura post,
Bangalore - 560097
Telephone: +(91)-80-2364-7529
Mobile: +(91)-98456-30364, 99456-48287, 98800-42096
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They also conduct trekking tours which cover bird watching, rock climbing, river rafting, nature walks, skywatching, aero sports, water sports, homestays.

Summit/Wildcraft
(Near Shirdi Temple)
Cambridge Road,
Cambridge Layout,
Bangalore.


Wildcraft
#81/B, lakshmi mansion, 22nd cross, 3rd block jayanagar,bangalore
ph. +91 88 26555608

Camping and Trekking Equipment stores in Kolkata

UBAC
+(91)-(33)-23512628,23543627
34, Mahatma Gandhi Rd,, Raja RAM Mohan Roy Sarani, Kolkata - 700009
mon-fri 1.30am to 6pm/ sat 12noon to 6pm

Alpine
Mr. Dilip Naskar 9830194296 closed on sun and mon / off.hrs 3pm to 7pm
+(91)-(33)-26434319
+(91)-9830194296
18/6, Ballygunge Place (E), Ballygunge, Kolkata - 700019

IDRIS
Address: 6/14 Nilmoni Haldar Lane, (top floor), Kolkata -13
phone: +91 33 2245 5154.

RIA MOUNT SUPPORT
OFF-4/2A,WATERLOO STREET
2ND FLOOR
KOLKATA-700069
TEL-033-22135048
WORKS-3,D.N.STREET
HARINAVI
MOBILE-098831 76092 / 094320 75370
NAME-SATYAJIT KAR

Camp Craft
+(91)-(33)-24715107
+(91)-9433077447
camp_craft@rediffmail.com
25a, Nehru Colony, Regent Park, Kolkata - 700040
Snow Down Mountain Equipment
26837111,26850590
Hooghly, Kolkata

Yak Equipment
+(91)-(33)-26838007
yakequip_cal@yahoo.com
9,Sahid Kanai Kanan, Ru De Morera St,, Barasat, Hooghly - 712136

Chakra equipments, Shyambazar. Phone No. +91 33 2530 0648.

Cliffline - (033) 24160155 / 94332 79318

Hi-Trek - (033) 26460979 closed on thu and sun / off.hrs 2pm to 8pm

Camping and Trekking Equipment stores in Pune

Adventure World
Address - Kothrud Showroom - Flat no 6,
Bld no - 5, Daulat Soc, Opp Choice health Club,
Behind McDonald, Karve Rd, Kothrud, Pune-411029
ph - 020-25423188,64000482 Cell - 9422504030

Koregaon Park Showroom - Shop No - 12,
Gulmohar Garden, Opp Koregaon Police Chowky,
7th Lane, Meeranagar, North Main Rd, Koregaon Park, Pune - 411001
Ph - 9422504030

M/S X-limitz.
Contact: Mr. Surender Shelke
Adventure World,
Flat no - 6, Bld no - 5,Daulat Soc, Opp Choice Health Club,
Behind McDonald, Karve Rd, Kothrud, Pune - 411029.
Ph: +91-20-25423188

[Found this info from some of the sites]

Folks, please keep this thread updated.

-Ujjwal
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Outdoor Travel Gear

Thankyou for the information. I have visited the Outdoor Travel Gear store in Wadala, Mumbai. They also have an impressive updated website www.OutdoorTravelGear.com

Also visited Great Outdoors store which was close by in Dadar. I must say not worth going there.

Outdoor Travel Gear store has loads to offer not just in terms of products but also much needed guidance / information about products and everything related to outdoors.
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Bought some stuff from AVI Industries

Well,

I have bought some materials from AVI Industires, Mumbai. Well, when buying from there, e careful about one thing. The old man there uses fear as a big selling tool, lol. We had initially planned only for a sleeping bag and a backpack but went on to buy a whole lot of stuff(almost worth 16,000 bucks).

I felt some stuff where kinda costly but were less compared to the price quoted by Adventure 18 store whose address has also been mentioned by you.

But should say that the backpack and tent were of awesome quality. Backpack was manufactured by these guys only but the tent i bought was the Alaska model. The one they were manufacturing was available for 4000 buck 4 men tent, but i bought the Alaskan which was 8000 bucks 2 men tent . The local one didn't look of good quality.

The tent was put to test on day one by heavy rains and strong winds, luckily for us it stayed.

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please........somewhere in Ahmedabad???
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WOW! Thanks for that!
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Originally Posted by paddy.ir View Post Well,

I have bought some materials from AVI Industires, Mumbai. Well, when buying from there, e careful about one thing. The old man there uses fear as a big selling tool, lol. We had initially planned only for a sleeping bag and a backpack but went on to buy a whole lot of stuff(almost worth 16,000 bucks).

I
Dear Paddy,

Learn to fear the mountains, its not a stroll in the park when you go trekking/mountaineering. Overconfidence kills.

The old man you mentioned has 40+ years of hardcore mountaineering knowledge. He has himself lead expeditions in the Himalayas in the late seventies, eighties and early nineties and is well known among that generation of climbers. When he talks about fearing the mountains he speaks from personal experience and does not want amateur trekkers ending up in trouble just because of lack of basic mountaineering knowledge.

Take advantage of his knowledge. There are very few people in India with his kind of mountaineering knowledge gained out of personal experience who are willing to give it out free of cost.

Happy Mountaineering.
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Stikage online store with price list.
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Some how I find Strikage stuff to be cheap in quality (read local) with not much of price advantage.

When it comes to facing challenges of long and high alt treks, I would rely on relieable gear from reputed manugfarcturers, hardly any made in India. Imported gear are much reliable.
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Originally Posted by ujjwalis View Post Some how I find Strikage stuff to be cheap in quality (read local) with not much of price advantage.

When it comes to facing challenges of long and high alt treks, I would rely on relieable gear from reputed manugfarcturers, hardly any made in India. Imported gear are much reliable.
I also have a similar feeling about stikage gear. Had a bad experience with it.

I found an online store based in mumbai called Outdoor Travel Gear, also have ordered a couple times. Must say the quality and service is impeccable.
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HAs anyone any idea about the Goods by wildcraft bangalore?? are they good and worth it
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Originally Posted by smartjakes View Post HAs anyone any idea about the Goods by wildcraft bangalore?? are they good and worth it
Backpacks/rucksacks are good. Even NIM orders them. Trek hats, pouches are okayish-not of very great quality. They have some more stuff like water bottles, tents, sleeping bags from Alpinist, Lafuma etc all standard stuff. Swiss knifes,torches all imported. Occasionally they get Lafuma/Millet boots, jackets imported. Lucky if you can get your hands on them and in right size which fits you..

Wildcraft is known for backpacks/rucksacks.
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Thank you. i bought a sleeping bag from them. it cost me 2000.Rs. so checking if i was fooled
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Originally Posted by smartjakes View Post Thank you. i bought a sleeping bag from them. it cost me 2000.Rs. so checking if i was fooled
Depends on brandand type/temp rating of the bag. Hollow or down fill etc. If it is a Lafuma bag rated for low temp 2000 is okayish. More or less all Bangalore shops will charge the same.
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Yesterday saw some good quality rucksacks in Woodlands, though bit on the costlier side. Rucksack of 40 lt cost - Rs 3500.
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dear sir,

can u also give list of essential things to look for in such stores or list of equipment a ideal store should have.
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