Our online store is now live. We will be adding new products daily.
531 N Lake Blvd
Next door to the Lost Sock Laundromat
MORE THAN A STORE
At N.U.T.S., we are a step beyond the typical Retail store. We are a place for locals and visitors alike, to save and make money while acquiring and getting rid of gear. Our business is to get as many people as possible, out in the snow with affordable gear. Lift tickets are expensive and your gear shouldn't break the bank.
Did you know that we have an account for the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe? All gear donated to that account is sold with 100% of the sale going to the HSTT. This year we have already raised $1037.30 for the Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe. Fiona, our shop dog, came from the HSTT. --->
Excellent service, ethical, kind hearted staff
- Dianne R
I came to Tahoe with nothing but the clothes on my back and a dream. I visited New & Used Tahoe Sports and asked if they could turn me into the greatest skiier in history. After an incredible VIP treatment of outfitting and choosing the perfect equipment at unbelievably affordable prices. I set out for me first day on the slopes with my new gear. Here i am four months later and i qualified for the Olympic trials and i couldnt have done it without my friends at Tahoe sports truely believing in me.
- Kyle N
Decided it was time to get skis of my own, and say goodbye to rentals. So glad I came here. They helped me find some great skis for my ability level, as well as boots and poles, all for less than I probably would have paid for new boots. They had a ton of stuff, and were really helpful!
- Megan G
LOCATED IN THE HEART OF TAHOE CITY
Big Tree Center
531 N. Lake Blvd. Suite 102
Tahoe City, CA
You can find our new location in the Big Tree Center in the heart of Tahoe City. At the front of the building is Chase International. The new location is next to the Lost Sock Laundromat. We are within walking distance of many local accommodations, but if you choose to drive, don't worry. Parking is free and plentiful, all day, every day.