WHAT WE TAKE

Gear Hut does NOT buy any items outright,
payment is only in the form of check or store credit AFTER an item sells.

Any items not included on an emailed consignment receipt must
be picked up within 24 hours or they will be donated.

All items must be cleaned,

folded, complete and in working condition.

We have a 2 bag drop off limit/visit to reduce backlog and to serve as many consignors as possible.  If you have a mass drop off,  please CONTACT US to schedule an appointment.

Gear Hut, Reno Consigment, Used outdoor gear

Consignment Seasons


Gear Hut's year is split into 2 distinct retail seasons, summer and winter.

Our summer season runs from April- August. 

Our winter season runs from September - March. 

We host 2 end of season sales each year to make room for the upcoming season's inventory.  At the end of each season, we will NOT renew consignment terms for past season's items and you will be e-mailed to pick up your items within 14 days.

CURRENTLY IN:

Summer Season


All consignors must present ID and be 18 years of age to consign and set up an account with Gear Hut. 

We accept consignment based on store capacity and demand.  Items should be no older than  6-8 years old.
If you're questioning if we will take an item, think "could I buy this at REI?"
If the answer is yes, we will probably take it.

MTN BIKING
-Mountain bikes (full suspension and hardtail)

-Gravel bikes
-E bikes
-Hybrid and commuter 
-Bikepacking gear

-Pedals

-Body armor/pads

-Mountain bike shoes

-Racks and paniers

-Safety lights

-Padded bike shorts

-Tubes (in box) and tires

 

*NO: road bikes or related accessories, spare parts or used helmets

PADDLING

-SUP boards

-Kayaks

-Canoes

-Inflatables

-PFDs

-Wetsuits and dry suits

-Drybags

 

CAMPING

-Tents (all parts included, must be able to set up)

-Stoves, grills and fuel (in working condition)

-Modern camping cookware and drinkware

-Sleeping bags (cleaned and with stuff sack)

-Sleeping pads (no holes or valve issues)

-Hammocks

-Lighting

-Camp chairs
-Cots

-Internal frame packs (no external)

 

**No Burning Man gear, No playa dust**
*No glass or propane powered lanterns*
*No old canvas/scout/military camp equipment*

 

HIKING

-Boots, shoes and sandals (clean w/tread)

-Headlamps (with batteries/operable)

-Day Packs

-Backpacking packs

-Trekking poles

-Hydration bladders (dry and clean)

-Technical attire (base and mid-layers, zip off pants, waterproof, insulated)

-Mountain casual clothing from name brands

CLIMBING

-Non blown out shoes (non aggressive move best)

-Harnesses (like new)

-Crash pads

-Belay devices and other hardware

-Ice screws

-Rope bags and climbing packs

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BRANDS WE LOVE

These are some of the trusted outdoor industry brands that put technology, innovation and sustainability at the forefront of their products.  This leads to a quality product with a longer life to pass along #recycledadventures.
 

Arc'teryx - Mountain Hardwear - The North Face - Outdoor Research - Prana - REI - Patagonia - Kuhl - Eddie Bauer - Helly Hansen - Marmot - Gregory - Kelty - Osprey - Cotopaxi - Lowa - Asolo - Sorel - Vasque - Salomon - La Sportiva - Black Diamond - Scarpa - Metolius - Mammut - Alps Mountaineering - Sierra Designs - Thermarest - MSR - Sea to Summit - Jet Boil - Primus - Yeti - Thule - Yakima - BCA - Ortovox 

BRANDS WE DON'T LOVE
 

Department store or fast fashion athletic apparel:
(32 Deg Heat, Danskin, Kirkland, Free Country, Official Product, Fabletics, Avia, Champion, Real Essentials, Old Navy Active, Tek Gear, Rugged Exposure...)

 

Cobranded items: (team names, sponsorship, company logo, etc)