Information on Instep Safari Swivel Jogging Stroller
Jogging strollers are specifically designed to allow the parent to run while pushing the stroller. The InSTEP Safari Swivel Jogging Stroller is a great option for parents who enjoy nature and recreational jogging and would like to include their children in these activities.
The InSTEP Safari Swivel Jogging Stroller comes in both a single and double verstion. It has a 12 inch front wheel that swivels and 16 inch rear wheels. The stroller features a storage basket, rubberized slip resistant handle, parent and child trays that each hold two cups and a plush seat with shoulder pads and a five-point harness.
The single stroller is 31.5 pounds, the double stroller is 34 pounds and both are made of a durable steel frame. The maximum seat capacity for a single child is 50 pounds. The single stroller is 23 inches wide and 49 inches long. Folded, the single stroller measures at 22.75 by 24.5 by 25 inches and the double stroller measures 33.5 by 33 by 21 inches.
The suggested retail price for this jogging stroller is $249. It is easily maneuvered over rough terrain. The under-seat basket is roomy and can hold belongings that may be needed on a jog or walk through the park. There is a removable padded seat that can be easily washed, along with a reclining seat. The five-point harness, mesh bug screen, retractable sun canopy and front wheel lock all help to ensure the safety of the child.
This jogging stroller is infant car seat compatible with a number of different models, including the Graco SnugRide, Snugride 32 and Safe Seat, Chicco Key Fit and Key Fit 30, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30, Combi Shuttle, Centre Series and Connection, Evenflo car seats, Britax Companion and Cosco car seats. The car seat rests on the child tray and is secured to the stroller using included straps. All infant car seats are sold separately.
Jogging strollers can be used for strolls around the neighborhood, walks in the city and running in the park. It has a sturdy frame and adequate suspension to accommodate rough terrain yet is easy to maneuver around obstacles. Most stroller manufactures recommend waiting until the child is at least 6 months old before using a jogging stroller.
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