Living in a bustling city has its perks (hello, corner […]
Living in a bustling city has its perks (hello, corner cafés and lush parks), but available extra space isn’t one of them. For fewer hassles with less effort, consider these features to help you get around town.
1| Frame: Size matters, mamas. A narrow footprint with a full-size seat is ideal for comfort and ease of use. 2| Versatility: Look for an inline stroller that converts from a single to a double without the extra bulk. (Your fellow patrons at the farmers market will thank you!) And a compact, freestanding fold will be storage friendly. 3| Performance:When curb hopping and construction sites are present, puncture-proof tires are a must for smooth strides and a less bumpy ride. 4| Aesthetic:OK, we know this one isn’t a “must,” but we love to stroll in style! Clean lines and quality fabrics are always appreciated and admired.
City slicker The new voyager™ from phil&teds is the ultimate urban stroller. Created to comfortably seat one to two little ones in up to 14 different riding modes (when using the double kit accessory), it’s the diverse, adaptable design every in-town parent needs. (Spoiler alert: it can also tote a third tot in the back thanks to an attachable riding board feature.)
Signature 12-inch rear aeromaxx™ tires and all-wheel suspension deliver superior control and excellent maneuverability no matter where you venture, and phil&teds makes sure you look good while doing it. With a sleek physique and eight plush liner color options, it will turn heads and add style to your days of parenting.
What’s more, it’s travel-system ready with the universal car seat adaptor, and it boasts top features like an effortless fold, generous parcel tray, UPF50 extendable sun canopy, bumper bar and a 5-point safety harness. If you’re strolling in the city, it’s got to be the voyager™.
This post was made in partnership with phil&teds, a line of premium baby gear for urban parents that we personally use—and love! For more information, see their mention in our August/September issue: http://bit.ly/2SVuYdC