Consignment stores offer a great way to make some extra cash from selling used clothes, shoes, and other items. This retail model relieves the stress of selling items yourself. Visiting these stores can also be a great way to find good deals on these items! Durango offers a wide selection of consignment stores offering these services to sell your items for a percentage of the sales price.
Durango Outdoor Exchange is an outdoor gear and clothing consignment store specializing in brands like Patagonia, Outdoor Research, Hoka, Osprey, GSI, and more. With a seasonal rotating stock, they accept bikes, paddle boards, skis, snowboards, and other big-ticket items, and clothing, backpacks, and camping accessories are available almost year-round. They have also expanded their selection of new products as well.
ReLove Consign and Design features furniture and is a great way to make money off of used tables, couches, lamps, chairs, and more home décor items. With their green business model, reusing, recycling, and reclaiming home furnishing is the reason why ReLove provides the services they do. The owners also recently opened WeeLove, a consignment store specifically for children’s furniture, décor, clothing, toys, maternity wear, and other similar items.
Clothing can be an expensive investment and there are a few local consignment stores that can help resell these used pieces. ReRuns is primarily a clothing and jewelry store but also offers home décor and some furniture. Rose Duds is an upscale consignment boutique with the motto “Catering to the ladies and gents with champagne taste on a box wine budget.” Second Time Around provides another place to sell used clothing, jewelry, and other small home items with a Main Avenue storefront. Nömad Durango offers unique second-hand items to reduce wastefulness in today’s consumer-driven fast fashion.
With these locally owned and run consignment stores, you have many options for selling your used items as well as shopping locally! Please let us know if you have any questions regarding Durango’s local stores.