The resale platform allows customers to directly sell their Nobis products in a safe, trusted environment.
Nobis was founded in 2007 and opened its first flagship location right here in Toronto on Queen Street West. Now, the brand’s performance textiles and technological innovations for outerwear, footwear, and accessories have a presence in over 40 countries!
Shopping through the new online resale platform, NEXT by Nobis allows shoppers the reassurance that the product they’re buying is genuine. Each newer Nobis product has a QR code authenticator built in, that they must register in order to authenticate the product.
It works similarly to other resale platforms in the way that if someone wants to purchase a product, it is the current owner’s responsibility to ship it to that person. It’s a consumer-to-consumer market.
To ensure customers are aware of the current quality of the item they are purchasing within the new resale platform, the poster must provide proof of the quality of the item they are listing, by sending photos and answering questions. They can scale their product from new with tags, to well-worn.
Once a consumer has sold their item, they have a choice between receiving 70% of the profit, or 100% in the form of a Nobis gift card.
“At Nobis we believe that living sustainability starts with the choices you make every day. From recycling, to choosing plastic-free packaging, to shopping with brands that focus on sustainable manufacturing. We’re excited to take it one step further and keep high-quality products out of the landfill and into a new home.” Nobis states on their website.
This is a step in the right direction for a more sustainable future for Nobis, allowing customers to shop new lines without having to waste their past purchases.
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