Want to sell or donate your gear?

Click here to sell or donate your old gear today!

Questions about selling gear? Read on.

Used gear can be hard to value. We acknowledge the intimacy that develops between an adventurer and their tools. Rerouted intends to be the arbitrator that decides a fair, equitable price that leaves both sellers and and buyers feeling like they received full value. We know It isn't a perfect science by any means, but we want to share our strategy so you can see the inner workings.

Retail price is the starting point. If you remember it, great. We have strong expertise in the industry and know most prices instinctively. If we don’t know immediately, google exists for a reason. Next we ask, How old is this gear? Age is crucial, because technology and performance capabilities have certainly increased as time progresses.

Quality and condition are where it pricing used gear gets subjective. We pay attention to all the different use and wear marks. Is there any damage? Our goal is to discover what is different about this product since it was originally bought?

We imagine we are the people buying the gear. This allows us to guarantee your used gear purchases will be exactly what you expected! We certainly consider rarity or novelty as key to pricing incoming gear. This information helps us to fairly value your used gear.

Want to donate instead?

Rerouted is committed to facilitating access, education and sustainability for wilderness sports. Our vision is that all gear lives its fullest life - while providing massive value for buyers, sellers and wilderness charities. We plan to see everyone’s donations contribute to environmentally responsible development and passionate recreational sports education.

If you choose to donate gear, rerouted will cover the cost of shipping or pick it up directly. Clear out your gear and give back to Mother Earth. When rerouted sells donated gear, we give 50% of that sale back to wilderness nonprofits. Please help us make this inventory epic and endless. We know there is stuff that you have in a storage unit, garage or in your living room that we can get back into the mountains.