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Stage

Debt - II | Alive

Total Raised

$590K

Last Raised

$390K | 6 yrs ago

About GetOutfitted

GetOutfitted rents ski and snowboard apparel and accessories and delivers them directly to people for one-time use. The company offers free and easy returns and the option for instant purchase at the end of the rental period.

GetOutfitted Headquarter Location

739 E. Pikes Peak Ave.

Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80903,

United States

719-433-8393

Latest GetOutfitted News

The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for June

Jul 12, 2016

The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for June Amy DiPierroJuly 12, 2016 0 An iPad in the dressing room at Spruce simulates different lighting situations – this is the club theme. Companies aiming to help surgeons – and singles – were among 30 up-and-comers claiming a chunk of the $41 million invested in Colorado startups last month. In its monthly round up of SEC Form Ds, BusinessDen found that Denver startups brought in $23 million, outraising their Boulder counterparts 11 to 1. ( You can download a sortable Excel file with all of the transactions here. ) Notion sensors send signals to a Wi-Fi connected plug-in that forwards messages to smartphones. Denver owes nearly half its lead to Convercent , a compliance software startup that raised $11 million as it plans to ramp up from 57 to 80 employees by year-end. Also in Denver, home sensor system startup Notion reported raising another $5.6 million. It last disclosed a capital raise in March. Dating website MeetMindful , fresh off a stint at Techstars in Boulder, moved back to the Mile High City and landed $800,000 in funding as it set its sights on Portland. And in Westminster, a venture capital firm pumped $920,000 into CardioNXT , which is testing a tool it says will make it cheaper for doctors to see the wiring of the human heart. Statewide, tech startups raised $24 million. GetOutfitted rents out camping and other outdoor equipment. Photo courtesy of GetOutfitted. Colorado’s newbie retailers also reaped fresh capital last month. Berkeley-based Spruce , a menswear store and barbershop known for tech-savvy touches, raised $120,000 as part of a Techstars accelerator in Minneapolis. Gear rental startup GetOutfitted grabbed $385,000 after launching a rent-to-own program for kayaks. For the monthly tally, BusinessDen defines a startup as any company founded in the past 10 years that isn’t publicly traded and isn’t an investment fund or real estate project. February marks the high-water mark for startup funding this year, with Colorado companies in their first 10 years raising $75 million. In-state startups raised $45 million in May . Excluded from this month’s tally is a combined $600 million raised by oil and energy company FourPoint Holdings and a related entity. FourPoint announced it would buy $385 million in assets from Chesapeake Energy in February. You can see all of the data from June – and filter it by the companies’ headquarters and industries – in this document . A map of all of the capital raises reported in Colorado this year is here. Got a startup news tip or a question about the spreadsheet? Email Amy@BusinessDen.

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