Charleston, SC – Outdoor enthusiasts now have the opportunity to buy and sell new, used, and vintage outdoor gear with the launch of ReelTrail, a new online marketplace with a niche designed for outdoor enthusiasts. Is your closet or garage filled with gear you don’t use?
Does you gear have dust on it? Could you turn this gear into cash or upgraded equipment? If you answered yes to any of these questions, ReelTrail is golden ticket. A vast array of equipment is already up for sale on the website, ranging from fishing reels to skis, hiking backpacks to sailing equipment, hunting clothes, and more.
Why sell your gear with ReelTrail? ReelTrail’s platform makes the process of selling outdoor gear fast and easy. When you look at the numbers, it’s hard not to see why they stand out from the bigger companies. eBay’s charges 10-12% for outdoor gear listings, and Amazon’s charges 15%, while ReelTrail’s maximum fee is 7.5%. Sellers can create a listing for their gear in less than a minute, print shipping labels from the app and website, and unlike the other companies, ReelTrail sellers are only required to pay when their items sell. Users can also advertise their Adventure Trips and Guides, whether they offer an offshore fishing charter or teach skiing lessons. ReelTrail does not charge insertion fees either.
The company prides itself on being transparent and upfront with regards to payments and fees, and the website clearly indicates how the payment system works. Sellers can choose different subscription levels and can list as many items as they wish without the fear of any hidden fees. ReelTrail also donates to different outdoor-related non-profits around the country.
As outdoor enthusiasts themselves, the owners have experience in the outdoors, adventure traveling, and are excited to offer ReelTrail to the rest of the outdoor world.
For more information, download the ReelTrail app in the App Store and Google Play Store, or visit the website at www.reeltrail.com.
Headquarters: Charleston, South Carolina
Instagram: @reeltrail, Facebook: ReelTrail