Price: $249.99
17 new from Too low to display1 used from $217.49
  • Infant car seat ready ; no need to purchase additional adapters and now has a soft shell cocoon carrycot available (sold separately) for newborns
  • New, narrower compact size at just Dimension - 12 x 22 x 20 inches (Folded) with 44 lb. weight capacity and suitable for children up to 4 years
  • Easy two-step, compact fold meets regulations for airline carryon luggage
  • Travel bag and shoulder strap included
  • New features for 2016 model include: 30% deeper recline, 1"narrower width, greater sunhood coverage, solid flip-out visor, ultra slim line wheels and sun mesh extension with a fabric overlay (for winter coverage) when seat is reclined
  • New features for 2016 model include: 30% deeper recline, 1"narrower width, greater sunhood coverage, solid flip-out visor, ultra slimline wheels and sun mesh extension with a fabric overlay (for winter coverage) when seat is reclined
Design: This unit is known for its elegant, functional design. Despite its lightweight design and compactness, it offers lots of room between seat and canopy for your child, and the handlebar height is higher than most umbrella strollers for the parents.
Quality: The Mountain Buggy offers premium quality, refined style and strength of heritage, as the brand is renown.
Special Features: New features for the 2016 edition include a 30% deeper recline, 1″ narrower width, greater sunhood coverage, solid flip-out visor, ultra slimline wheels and sun mesh extension with a fabric overlay. It also offers dual functionality, to take your infant car seat with a built in car seat adapter.
Portability: Weighing only 13 pounds, it’s praised for it’s lightness and mobility, especially given the wide range of features.
Travel: It folds into its included travel bag and is small enough to fit into the luggage department. It also folds and unfolds quickly and smoothly.
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Melinda F. has been passionate about children and education since her college days. While nannying to pay off her loans, she realized that caring for kids would one day be her life’s work. As a mom and teacher, she blogs about her experiences during her few hours of free time.