With all the snow the East saw this past week, it’s no wonder the northern-dwelling family needs gear that will accommodate slushy, bumpy terrain; windy, chilly days; and unpredictable, frigid nights.
Big wheels, weather-ready accessories, and ease of use are essential northern-bound stroller qualities. So, what do we suggest?
The Uno – Large rear wheels make the Uno ideal for plowing through snow and getting through slush. Plus, its included leg cover is a lifesaver when it gets cold and windy. Simply attach the cover and pull the large canopy all the way down for a wind-blocking effect that will keep baby warm and protected.
The Skate System – Complete with a leg cover and rain shield (that work both on the bassinet and stroller seat), the Skate is truly weather-ready. Large rear wheels help it navigate snow, while ball bearings keep the ride as smooth as possible.
The GT3 ForTwo – In snow, three wheels are better than four. The GT3 ForTwo not only offers three large wheels, but has adjustable rear shock absorbers to make getting through slush and snow easier on mom or dad. And did we mention it has rear fenders to prevent splashing, a parent pack for easy-access to the phone and keys, and a leg cover and rain shield?
It doesn’t get better than that.