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Mountain Buggy Terrain Buggy
Built for performance and redefining functionality, the Terrain molds precision steering and maximum control for getting active with refined style and maneuverability for the city.
•Adjustable seat positions from full recline to upright
•Multi-position handle bar
•Hand operated active brake included for complete control across all surfaces, gradients, and at all speeds
•Twist and slide seat harness for easy adjustment with 5-point safety harness system
•16" rear tires are constructed with a steel bead and nylon casing with all-purpose tread for absolute traction
•Shock absorbing suspension allows for the smoothest ride possible for baby
•Zippable gear tray cover keeps everything in while on the go
•Follow-the-sun canopy with flick-out mesh sun visor and peekaboo window provides ultimate protection no matter what time of day
•3-mode front wheel settings with tracking device allow for lock back, lock forward, and full swivel mode.
•Front wheel built with 5 degrees of play when in lock forward position that allows the pusher to manipulate the stroller's direction slightly to keep a straight track on uneven terrain and for added maneuverability without having to lift the front wheel.
•Hard wearing 600 denier polyester fabric that is water repellent and durable with easy to remove fabric set
•Internal mesh seat pockets
•Compact flat-fold with ability to stand while folded with quick release wheels
•Included items: 2 bottle holders, detachable grab bar
•Carrycot, Face-to-Face, and car seat compatible (accessories sold separately)
•Freerider compatible (sold separately)
•Maximum weight recommendation: 77 lbs.
•Gear tray capacity: 11 lbs
•Recommended age range: Newborn to 6 years
•Dimensions: 15" H x 25" W x 34" D
•Product weight: 29 lbs.
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Comments about Terrain Buggy:
I love this stroller. It was easy to assemble. Smooth ride on my runs. Only con is that I have a hard time fitting it in my Mazda 3 car. Small trunk
Comments about Terrain Buggy:
In my quest for the best all-terrain jogging stroller, I bought and tried the 2011 BOB Revolution SE, the Baby Jogger Summit XC, and the Mountain Buggy Terrain. I thought the Terrain was by far the best out of the three and has the most features. It is the ONLY stroller available that had everything on my wish list (Adjustable handlebar, 16" wheels, handbrake, plus a flat recline).
This is a very solid stroller. It pushes like a dream; I can easily push this with one hand when it is fully loaded. It is not remotely tippy. It easily handles rocky terrain.
Adjustable handlebar that accomodates the shortest and tallest of parents (neither the BOB or Summit have this)
Non-hammocky seat that is more padded, upright, and supportive than either the new BOB or Baby Jogger.
Flat recline, so it will accomodate a newborn (Also will take a Mountain Buggy carrycot or carseat adapter. The Summit recline is ALMOST flat but not quite, the BOB recline is only suitable for around 3 months and up)
Adjustable tracking (BOB has this too, Summit does not)
Handbrake (Summit has, BOB does not)
Large, ACCESSIBLE basket (Summit basket is virtually impossible to access from the back, BOB's is good-sized and easy to get to)
Comes with 2 water bottle holders and a bumper bar (Summit and BOB come with no accessories)
Mesh pockets in seat for the child (BOB has, Summit does not)
Large canopy, with a pop-out mesh visor. The canopy detaches and can be moved into any position -- "follow the sun" (neither BOB or Summit have this feature, but also have large canopies)
Can take a riding board/scooter (MB Freerider) for a 2nd child
Easy, no rethread harness
Standing fold, easy to put in a closet for storage, or pull behind you when transporting.
This stroller is LARGE, and tall-- and heavier than the BOB or Summit. A short person may feel dwarfed by it. At 5'2", I had to get used to it. But the handlebar can be adjusted to a comfortable height for me.
The fold is very large and long too. The fold is several inches longer than the BOB or Summit. If you have a small trunk, it may not fit. It fits easily in the back of my Subaru Forester with the wheels on, but doesn't leave much room for anything else.
No snack tray option, which BOB and Summit do have. Not an issue for us. My child likes to hold on to the bar during jogs and hikes. I attached tethers on the bumper bar for my child's sippy and snack cups.
No storage pocket in the back of the seat either, which BOB and Summit have. I suggest getting a stroller cup holder/organizer that has a mesh pocket and will give you a little more storage.
No other color offered besides Flint! Kind of drab and boring. You can purchase the Mountain Buggy liners (pricey at $50!) to jazz it up a bit. I bought a Maclaren liner for mine, it's cheaper and it fits.
My biggest complaint is the recline feature-- which consists of 2 straps, and takes 2 hands to do. Then when you bring the seat back to the upright position, you have to push the excess fabric behind the seat. Very annoying!
The 2011 BOB also has a very similar 2 strap recline.
So the Terrain has it flaws, but it's quality and features more than make it up to me. It's the biggest and most expensive (at full retail price anyway) of the 3 strollers, but well worth it in my opinion, because I plan on using it for several years.