2019 Winter Swap Tent Sale

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November 2–3

Don’t miss our largest sale of the year! The Swap & Tent Sale will happen the weekend of November 2 & 3. Amazing deals are always to be had under the 8300 square foot tent! 

Saturday 11/2 9am – 6pm | Sunday 11/3 10am – 5pm

If you are interested in selling some of your used gear, you can start dropping it off at our Charlottesville store Friday October 18th through November 1st. Whatever you sell will be given to you in the form of a gift card so that you can get some new gear. 

The first 50 people in line Saturday will receive a FREE Goody Bag!

You don’t want to miss this sale! HOURS: Saturday 9-6 & Sunday 10-5. Wintergreen Resort will be here selling their season passes both days of the sale. NOTE: We do not accept non shaped skis, rear entry ski boots, or helmets. Older ski bindings and boots are subject to an industry standardization inspection. All swap merchandise is subject to Freestyle’s approval.

Click here to download the SWAP form.

Come by on Saturday and check out the Charlottesville SPCA’s Compassionate Care-A-Van from 12 pm – 3 pm. Come see some of the available animals for adoption while you shop for winter clothing and equipment.   

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