Gear Exchange

Often, those that participate in our programs either outgrow their old gear or purchase new gear and have trouble figuring out what to do with the stuff they had before, often still in decent condition.

Craigslist and eBay might provide a way to recycle their gear, but those aren’t always “local”, and they aren’t places where other climbers tend to think to go when they’re seeking out climbing equipment.

Since most of our students and their families are located in the Boston area, it’s a lot easier to trade/sell gear to people who are already members of the New England climbing community.

If you would like to sell, give away or trade your used gear, or if you are looking for something in particular, you can post a comment on this page with an accurate description of what you have or need and the price (or “free”), and the best way to contact you. Once you have found someone to complete the gear exchange with, please let us know either via the contact form or by replying to your own comment so that we can remove your post.


Please note:
International Rock Climbing School will have no part in the process of trading or selling gear, aside from providing a page to post your messages on. Any of the content in the comments below are the sole responsibility of the person from which the content originated. International Rock Climbing School does not review or verify these posts, and is not liable for any communication, transactions or damage resulting from the use of this page. All transactions and communication must be arranged independently of International Rock Climbing School. Please use your own discretion when posting or responding to anything on this page.

One Response to Gear Exchange

  1. Catherine Austein says:

    I am looking for a pair of size 6 1/2 or 7 shoes.

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