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    Question Choosing stroller for all terrain jogging

    In my early postpartum days we will start off slow and easy strolling along a flat, paved waterfront trail... But when I say ALL TERRAIN that's exactly what I mean. . . I need a comfy, affordable, lightweight stroller that will be durable long term for jogging off trail through our backyard fields & woods as well as along very rocky trails along the edges of gorges/waterfalls, all obviously with uneven ground. Please help?!
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    Re: Choosing stroller for all terrain jogging

    I would definitely make sure the front wheel can be locked in a fixed position. Those make it so much easier on that type of terrain. Not too helpful beyond that.
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    Re: Choosing stroller for all terrain jogging

    For what you're using it for, you want the biggest wheels you can find and I think you'll want a fixed wheel and not one that just locks in place to prevent swivel. I don't see a lot on the market like this though and it may be tough to find. Instep used to make a jogger that would have been perfect for you, I think it was called the 20K, so maybe you can find a used one?


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