The Gear Closet, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is a re-sale and consignment store specializing in used outdoor gear.
We buy and sell gear for water sports, rock climbing, camping and backpacking, snow sports, and bicycling among others…
All profits go to fund clean water activities and summer camps
for TenneSEA Kids 4 Clean Water.
We accept outdoor gear of all shapes and sizes.
From kayaks and backpacks to climbing shoes and chalk bags, life jackets and paddles to snorkels and swim fins, if it’s something you’ve considered giving away or throwing out, chances are good that someone else would love to give it a second life.
Got a big camping trip coming up and you don’t have any gear? Don’t spend hundreds for one weekend. Come here first and see what we have!
Thinking about trying out a new sport and don’t want to invest a lot in it until you know you like it?
This is the place for you!
We just got a whole truckload of donated and abandoned loot (or gear, as some may refer to it) from this year’s Bonnaroo music festival.
Come by and pick out the good stuff before it’s all gone.
Remember, your purchases here at The Gear Closet support clean water for all of us.
Bass Fishing Tournament to Support TenneSEA Kids 4 Clean Water
at Chester Frost Park – July 16, 2016 from Safe Light until 3:00 PM.
Hourly Big Fish Prize! Auction and Door Prizes!!
$2000 First Prize ( 50 Boat Minimum)
3 Fish Limit!
Come support TenneSEA Kids For Clean Water and bring your used gear to donate to the Gear Closet to support our programs.
Join us on April 23, 2016 10 am – 2 pm for our 9th Annual Outdoor Expo & Gear Swap!
Come ready to trade, buy, sell, or promote your summer camp or outdoor program!
We’ll have something fun for the whole family — tie-dye & popsicles for the kiddos as they learn about our Kids 4 Clean Water Camp!
Want to request a booth or wish to have more info? Call
Join us on February 28th from 12:00 pm on to participate in the OpenStreetMap Map-athon for St. Lucia.
So what does this have to do with The Gear Closet? The Gear Closet is a fundraising arm of Caribbean-SEA, which works to educate people about clean water, both here in Chattanooga and in the Caribbean.
What is the OpenStreetMap project?
OpenStreetMap is the project that creates and distributes free geographic data for the world. Many maps around the world are incomplete and/or proprietary. The OpenStreetMap project aims to provide free maps for anyone’s use. These can be for private citizens, government, and relief organizations. Continue reading
Read more about saving our water and our Drink Wine, Not Water event in this Mountain Mirror article.