Have you just cleaned out the garage or attic and found gear you no longer use?
LET US SELL YOUR GEAR
We are always accepting apparel and goods in clean working order! Clear up some space and drop them off with us!Consign With US
LET US SELL YOUR GEAR!
Happy Earth Day!
Since its founding in 2015, one of the core values of The Hoarding Marmot has been to promote environmental advocacy and education. We do this every day by giving new life to old gear and keeping it out of the landfill. This year on Earth Day, an int
Happy almost-new year! If you’ve been in the store lately, you might have noticed a lot more consigned gear moving through. It’s not just you, we are continuing to see more and more folks signing on with us, and today we’re celebrating a huge milesto
Essentials for Winter Road Trips
Headed south for the winter? Or to Thompson Pass for some skiing? No matter how long the trip is, there are extra precautions you should take when the thermometer drops low. First, you’re going to want to prepare your car. Do you have studded tires?
Walking on a Winter Wonderland: Snowshoeing!
Are you looking for a new winter hobby? One with few barriers to getting started? Snowshoeing might be it! It’s easy to learn, almost anyone can do it, and it’s kind to your wallet (looking at you, skiing and snowboarding.) Here’s how to get on those
Waterproofing Your Gear
As we head into the rainy season, you may be noticing that your rain jacket isn’t as waterproof as it used to be. Gear can lose its water repellency over time, but there are things you can do to prolong your gear’s life! For Clothing: The first step
Five Layers for Success This Fall
This fall, don’t change your plans, change your gear. In Alaska, we know better than to wait for sunny days. If you want to get outside this fall, you can! It’s as simple as wearing the right clothes in the right order. Here’s how. Layer 1: Base Lay
Bear Awareness! Bear Safety while Hiking.
Alaska is unique in that all 3 species of bears found in North America reside in Alaska! Polar Bears mainly live in the extreme northern and western tundra areas of Alaska. Brown Bears or Grizzly Bears can be found from the islands of southeastern AK