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Jogging Stroller Buying Guide: How to Choose a Jogger
been months since baby was born and now you’re ready to get active
again. The easiest way to do so is to get outside with baby in a jogging
stroller. But with so many brands and models out there, how
do you know which one is the right jogging stroller for you? We’re here
to help you make an informed buying decision.
wheels come in three sizes: 12 inch, 16 inch and 20 inch. If a fast
paced walk or light jog is all you’ll do, then 16 inch air-filled tires
with aluminum rims will probably suffice. Keep in mind that while
larger wheels will give you a smoother ride, they also mean a bulky
stroller that isn’t always easy to maneuver or store in the trunk of a
car. On the other hand, smaller wheels are bumpier but more
on to figure out what you need.
Good For: walking, strolling on pavement and sidewalks.
Ideal For: urban parents who stick to smooth surfaces.
Good For: frequent fast walking or jogging occasionally off road.
Ideal For: parents who mix it up between the mall and uneven walking
For: bumpy rides over cracks, potholes, bumps and rough roads.
For: serious runners and those who like to take their exercise off the
Fixed vs. Swivel Wheel
with a front wheel that swings freely are great for improving
maneuverability, especially around tight corners. This type of stroller
is good for light joggers who also like to hit the mall and walk in
crowded city streets. A front wheel that does not swivel is better
suited to fast runners who want to hold a steady line.