North Edmonton's New & Used Sporting Goods Retailer

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Used Gear

 

BUY & TRADE USED SPORTING GOODS

Allsports & Cycle is North Edmonton's new and used sporting goods retailer. Bring in your gently used gear to trade up for new gear or store credit to be used on almost anything in the store! We strive to have something for every budget. Come visit the store to shop our used section today!

 

 

WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING: 

GOLF:

NAME BRAND CLUBS (drivers, hybrids, fairway woods, wedges, putters).

FULL IRON SETS (i.e. 4-9 or 5-PW). No Softgoods and no shoes are being accepted at this time.

Bags will only be accepted with a full club set.

Valuation is based on tier, age and condition. 

BASEBALL: 

GLOVES (no visible damage, no older than 10 years) from the following brands:

Rawlings, Wilson, Louisville, Mizuno, Easton, Miken.

BATS (like new condition, no older than 5 years, alloy or composite only). 

Not accepting any soft goods or shoes at this time. 

 

HOCKEY IS FULLY OPEN FOR INTAKE: 

SKATES

HELMETS (must have CSA sticker) 

PLAYER PROTECTIVE

GLOVES

GOALIE (junior, intermediate and smaller senior sizes preferred, no older than 5 years, blocker/trapper sets only, mid-level) anything outside of these parameters may be considered at the discretion of the Allsports Staff. 

Credit will be issued as in-store credit or trade only. There is no expiry on store credit. Credit can be used on both new and used goods. Used credit cannot be used on bicycles. We do not do trades for cash. Acceptance of goods is up to the Allsports staff's discretion. Allsports & Cycle does not manage credit. Additional funds will be added to a gift card. Lost cards will not be re-issued. 

Please see our F.A.Q. page for more info on the trade-up process.

Contact us today if you have further questions! 

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