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Sturdy, practical hiking stroller.... if you're tall and don't mind getting dirty to fit it in the trunk.
on February 18, 2016
This stroller definitely isn't made with a bunch of cheap plastic. It's a heavy, duty strolling-machine. There are storage areas with tie downs and compartments to help you better secure your belongings, it's easy to fold up, and the sun shade is superior to every other stroller I've owned. It has a kickstand that allows it to sit in the upright position when folded so that you don't have to hold it or lean it against the car as you're preparing things. It's a great feature that I never thought I needed. Also, we primarily use it for hiking unpaved trails and it more than pulls its weight in this area. The big wheels make for a smooth ride and it remains easy to push even through grass and mud. With all that said, I do have a couple very minor complaints.
1. My cell phone doesn't fit in the designated spot so it's rarely within reach when we are traversing rougher areas.
2. This thing is huge. I have to take the wheels off to fit it in the trunk of my Camry and while the wheels easily come off with the push of a button, it still irritates me. Why should I have to take the wheels off every time? Traveling with babies is hard enough! Also, I don't want to touch muddy tires every time I put this thing in the trunk. I'm a mess by the time I'm done!
3. The stroller is VERY tall. I'm 5'7" and my husband is 6'2" so we don't have too much a problem with this, but I'm fairly certain anyone shorter than I am will be uncomfortable pushing this stroller.
Again, I love this stroller for it's sturdiness, practicality, outdoor capabilities, and tie downs. It's a quality product with only a few things in need of slight improvements.