TruNorthwest Exchange was brought to life due to a long-standing passion for the renewal & repurposing of apparel and gear.
With the business idea dating back to 2007, owner Lesley had first established an online community as a parent, based around the reselling of apparel and gear as she realized the expense of keeping a growing family geared up for an active lifestyle.
What was once a hobby, blossomed into a way of living, and furthermore a company. As the journey continued, the business expanded into TruNorthwest Exchange; a woman owned consignment shop that facilitates online and works to provide the resale of top brand gear and apparel for eco-conscious outdoor enthusiasts around the world.
How it Works:
Free local pick-up available for $100 or more in consignment value (Bend, Oregon only.) Free UPS pick-up available for $250 or more in consignment value (upon approval). A TNX representative will contact you within 1 business day with pick/drop off instructions.
What About COVID-19?
Great question! Our first and foremost priority is safety - as avid outdoorsmen and women, safety is always at the forefront of our minds - it comes with the territory. Our team is committed to a number of COVID procedures that will not waiver or alter with time. With daily sanitizing, mask mandates, limited warehouse staffing, heightened cleaning and laundering procedures, the Tru Team is determined to keeping our community safe, and out on the trails.
However - we ask that adventurers and solitude seekers recreate responsibly among our local and national parks:
Things to Consider When Planning a Trip:
1. Know before you go - It's important more so now than ever to do your due-diligence and research before traveling to public lands, parks, and rural communities.
2. Social Distance- Be respectful on the trails & provide space. Don't forget your mask and sanitizers!
3. Prepare for closures, and limited services. Parks and public lands may require reservations or limit features and trails to trip goers.
4. Consider an adventure close to home.
5. As always, leave no trace! With limited service and staffing, our national parks and public lands will suffer the consequences of misuse and abuse.