For context, this world has an "integrated" colony that is composed of humans and aliens; the aliens live at temperatures as low as -182.8 C. As a result, humans cannot stay alive in the cryogenic buildings the aliens stay in without protection, and vice versa.
Granted I thought of it in a sense where the suit itself is cheap to buy, but the rebreather is what takes up a majority of financial expenses.
Owning a rebreather would be similar to owning a car where people often have to take out loans to buy one, it could be covered under one's insurance policy, it would need to be taken to specialized shops to maintain and repair them, etc. Not only that, but people would learn early on in life how to use them, similar to driving lessons.
Alternatively, one could buy the cryosuit without the rebreather, and rent a rebreathe whenever they need to be in cryogenic temperatures.
The cryosuit would still cost money to be maintained and for repairs, and would likely be eligible for insurance.
Does this sound realistic, or would the fiances be more complicated than that?