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June 17, 2020 1 min read

Summer is here and folks are ready to get outside! With the new recommendations of social distancing, more people are trying out new-to-them outdoor activities than ever before. And a great way to try a new sport, is with used, more affordable gear.  They can make sure they love it and then invest in upgrades and dial in their preferences.  

If you've recently upgraded or you just have used gear collecting dust, we are here for you!  You can sell your old gear and make money back for your next adventures! We make the process of selling used gear and apparel simple. No appointment necessary, just swing by anytime we are open.  Currently Monday through Saturday, 9am-7pm. One of the consignment managers will talk you though the details and one quick piece of paperwork. If you have prices you hope to get back on an item, we will discuss it with you and do our best to get you the best return we can. We do keep our shop seasonally relevant so right now, we are only accepting summer related gear and apparel.  Skis and boots will start rolling in around September 1st. Not too much longer winter lovers!

So bring in those old hiking boots, kayak you've got in storage, and the one out of five bikes we all have after years of living in Durango.  Make someone's day with a great deal and save your time an energy by letting us do the work for you!

 

Chase LaCroix
Chase LaCroix



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