Hours: Varies by location, see website for details.
New and recycled clothing.
A Tucson original that can now be found in cities across the United States! Please see website for details on locations near you.
Buy, trade and sell clothing.
In 1974 Kerstin and Spencer Block opened the first Buffalo Exchange in Tucson, Arizona. Kerstin, hailing from Sweden, thought the word “Buffalo” sounded very American, and since they were introducing the idea of a fashionable clothing “Exchange,” the name was born.
In the forty years since, that 450 square foot store near the University of Arizona has blossomed into 48 stores in 18 states. Buffalo Exchange continues to be run by Kerstin and her daughter Rebecca, and is still headquartered in Tucson.
Buffalo Exchange works to protect the environment by reusing and recycling clothing. Customers buy, sell, and trade clothing, giving it a second life and avoiding contributing to the demand and waste of clothing pollution. We are committed to supporting the communities and environments in which we operate by having environmentally conscious practices and giving charitable contributions.