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The Locals Sale partners with Protect Our Winters | Pop-up stores in Salt Lake City, UT, and Boulder, CO

Don’t miss the Locals pop-up sale in Boulder, CO. | Photo courtesy of Jake Cohn

Sale of premises just kicked off another busy season and has two upcoming pop-up stores in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Boulder, Colorado.

The Locals Sale is on a mission to inject some sustainability and inclusivity into a world where a lift ticket can cost close to $300 a day, and winter jackets and pants can number in the thousands. Equipment is discarded more than necessary. This season, he is proud to announce that he is partnering with Protect our winters (POW) and can take in kind donations for prisoners of war. (POW will provide you with a receipt for a tax deduction for the same year.)

Donate your equipment protect our winters to:

  • Fight climate change.
  • Support the vital work being done at POW.
  • Help recycle equipment while realizing an immediate tax benefit.

Quality outdoor gear is expensive, but the outdoor activities the gear is designed for should be accessible to everyone. By offering upcycled gear, whether it’s unused in a pro’s closet or a brand’s warehouse, more people can afford to get the gear they need for the adventures they dream of. . When more people from all walks of life are equipped and excited to explore wild places, those wild places will have a stronger coalition fighting for their preservation.

What at first glance may seem like an online store with great deals or a pop-up sale with good vibes and friendly faces, is a way to fight waste and inequality in the open.

Everyone is a local on planet Earth as we see it. So let’s dress to reduce waste and invite more friends outside.

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Credit: The Sale of Premises

Details to know

Salt Lake City October 29

Portal Storage – 1580 S 500 W Suite 100, Salt Lake City, UT 84115


Boulder, Colorado November 5 and 6

Elks Club North Boulder 3975 28th St, Boulder, CO 80301


Stay tuned for details of an invite-only presale on Friday, November 4.

If you can’t make it to SLC or Boulder, you can still shop online at

Do you have equipment to sell?

This year, the Locals Sale is open to everyone in a ski exchange situation. The sale of the premises will provide the place and the customers, you bring your own things. You receive 75% of the sale. If you don’t sell everything, you can donate the rest to Protect Our Winters through The Locals Sale and realize an immediate tax benefit.

If you have equipment for sale, please show up at 8:30 a.m. on the day of the event or contact them via the chat option on

Photo courtesy of Jake Cohn

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