Friday, November 22, 2013

Flashback Friday! Mountain Buggy Breeze

When I think of November, I think of autumn, and falling leaves. The colors that comes to mind are dark red, orange, green, and yellow. Maybe brown, too. So I'm still going with an orange theme this month, but not a spooky orange/black like Halloween. Something with orange and colors, something like the cabana stripe Mountain Buggy Breeze. It's basically a scaled down Terrain, or a mini Urban without the swivels. It still has the "beauty in simplicity" Mountain Buggy design, and the "gold standard" quality. It is rugged, but absolutely adorable! It has a nice deep recline for a young baby, done with backstraps to cut down on weight.

The fold is fool-proof, just pull up on two side levers. It has a peek-a-boo window in the canopy, wire shopping basket, and a height adjustable handle. The frame is a lightweight aluminum, and the fabric is an easy to clean canvas. You can also add a kiddyboard to the back for an older rider. This is a great choice for someone who wants an all-terrain stroller, in as small of a package as possible. Here are some measurements: Weight: 18.5 pounds. Seat to canopy, 21". Seat back, 20.5 ". Seat Depth, 10". Drop to footrest, 8.5". Seat width, 12.5". Overall width, 20". Overall Length, 33". The wheels are fixed, 10" air tires with sealed bearings and rust-proof rims. Don't be intimidated by the lack of swivel wheels. Fixed wheels are really much better for going over cracks and bumps, because they run true. Whereas swivel wheels tend to go wonky and spin around when they hit the rough stuff. If a stroller is well-balanced with precision engineering, then fixed wheels are a "Breeze" to push!

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