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Bumbleride Indie Stroller
Bumbleride Indie is not your average jogging, all-terrain stroller. Weighing a slim 20 pounds., Indie combines the off-road ability of a multi-terrain stroller with the lean agility of an urban jogger and features a 360 degree swiveling front wheel with a forward facing locking position. Indie is suitable for newborns and toddlers using a multi-adjustable reclining backrest. Ready to tackle any terrain, Indie comes standard with rear suspension, a height-adjustable handle, universal car seat adapter bar, bumper bar, large storage basket and removable cup holder.
Manufacturer Recommended WeightLimit: Up to 20 pounds
• Imported- Taiwan
• 100% Polyester (50% exterior poly from recycled PET, 50% interior poly from bamboo charcoal)
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Comments about Indie Stroller - Jet Black:
This was the second stroller we purchased. The first was a Peg Perego Switch Four, which was great, but on walks, it had very little shock absorption making it a bumpy ride for the baby when outdoors. I decided on the Bumbleride Indie versus the other jogging strollers--BOB, Baby Jogger, etc.--because it seemed like a more all purpose stroller that you could also use for walking and/or jogging. And that is definitely the case. The stroller is perfect for walking and jogging, even on the beach. It is a very smooth ride and the best thing about it is how LIGHT it is. It folds up in a snap and is much lighter than my Peg Perego. It also steers great, which also makes it easy to take around the mall, grocery store, etc. If you do really heavy long-distance running on uneven terrain, I would go with a BOB but for anything else, this is a fantastic stroller. Totally worth the money.