Coast to Coast Pawn

2054 Gulf to Bay Blvd

Clearwater, FL  33765

Phone: (727) 461-0498

Sell or trade in your quality used sports gear today!

Recycle your quality used sports and fitness equipment at Coast to Coast Pawn. Un-clutter your garage, basement or closet. Bring your no longer needed or wanted quality used sports gear. 

Did you know...

Civilized populations valued physical culture for sports as well. Records of athletic competitions exist from ancient Egypt, and of course, the ancient Greeks famously created the first Olympic games. Not surprisingly, these early sports were all based on practical, natural movement skills and were fundamentally related to the preparedness needed for war — the Greeks strove to best each other in running (sometimes with armor and shield), jumping, throwing (javelin or discus), and fighting (striking and wrestling).

Your exercise options are numerous, including walking, dancing, gardening, biking. The important thing is to choose activities you enjoy that will increase your chances of making it a habit. Stop by Coast to Coast and look at our excellent selection; you are are sure to find that perfect tools/equipment to get started.

We offer a selection that is sure to please!

  • Street Bikes

  • Hiking Gear

  • Treadmills

  • Spin Bikes

  • Free Weights

  • Gym Bags/Totes

  • Misc Gym Gear

  • Heart Monitors

  • Fitness Trackers

  • Sports Equipment

...and much more!

What We Offer

Exercise should be regarded as tribute to the heart. ~Gene Tunney

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Unable to stop by now? Check out our ebay store and see our online selection of new and used items.  

Did you know...

​So many scenes from the original Karate Kid,starring Ralph Macchio, have been parodied through the years that it's easy to forget how charming the film really is. While the quasi-Eastern philosophizing of Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) borders on laughable, the scenes of him training Daniel in the martial arts are inspiring. What's more, The Karate Kid portrays a realistic approach to training—one that will be familiar to anyone who's ever had a tough but fair trainer.

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