Best Full-Size Stroller for Eco-Minded Parents Who Love to Jog – What To Expect

Best Full Size Stroller for Eco-Minded Parents Who Love To Jog

Why We Love It

“The Indie can be used from birth all the way up to 50 pounds without any additional attachments. Even if you don’t plan to run with your baby, you’ll appreciate the air-filled tires (a pump is included) and easy maneuverability. The single front wheel can swivel, making tight turns on city sidewalks a breeze, or be locked into position when you’re jogging.

For kids who can’t quit their stroller naps, the back reclines nearly flat and the footrest can pop up, creating a cozy spot on the go. Plus, the top window’s magnetic flap makes it easy to check in quietly. Eco-minded parents will also love that the fabrics are made from recycled plastic, and the company claims that they’ve kept an impressive half a million water bottles out of landfills since 2011.”

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Best Stroller Finalist – Bumbleride Indie -What To Expect Awards

“A smooth ride, easy to fold, great storage space… It’s easy to say what makes a good stroller. But what sets a stroller apart from the rest? What to Expect moms and dads shared their opinions. These six rose to the top because they offer those features — and so much more. See your favorite stroller on the list? Make sure to cast your vote for it. It could win the What to Expect Mom Must-Have Awards.”

Thanks to our amazing Bumbleride Family, Indie has been nominated a Finalist for Best Stroller in the What To Expect Awards!! Please take a second to vote for Indie and your other favorite baby products! VOTE HERE.


Thank you so much for your vote and for spreading the word to your personal Bumbleride friends and family! We truly appreciate it!

Why We Love It

“It’s just a fact. When along comes baby, along comes all of baby’s things — the diapers, bottles, clothes, toys and on and on. For parents trying to keep their family footprint to a minimum, it can be truly a challenge. But the Bumbleride Indie is doing its part to help. The all-terrain favorite among moms and dads is designed with eco-friendly polyester fabric, which is made from recycled water bottles (up to 28 per stroller!). Plus, the company’s textile-dying method seeks to conserve gallons of water in the process. What you gain in feeling great about your purchase, you also don’t lose in the quality. What to Expect community member cmz2015 says, “It’s a fantastic stroller. It’s so easy to maneuver, it’s lightweight and the fabric is fantastic. It’s very well-made, sturdy and durable — and quite aesthetically appealing. I’ve had numerous compliments on it.” She says she also appreciates that, even if you choose not to use the bassinet, the seat lays completely flat, which makes it suitable for newborns.”- Read the whole article here.

 

What To Expect – 9 New Strollers You’ll See on the Sidewalk in 2017- Bumbleride Indie Twin Double Stroller

Finding the right stroller involves a lot of research and test drives. You want a stroller that’s suited to your needs: Can you snap in a baby car seat? Does it easily seat two? How does it fold up? As the new year approaches many stroller companies are launching new stroller styles, or upgrading existing models, with new features that are sure to please parents and kids alike. Here are some of the newest arriving in stores and the cool new features you’ll want to look out for.

BEST PERFORMANCE ON UNEVEN SIDEWALKS: INDIE TWIN BY BUMBLERIDE

The Indie Twin is a versatile all-terrain double stroller with a narrow side-by-side design. The seats recline with a single lever and an adjustable footrest converts it from an infant to toddler seat quite easily. You only need one hand to push, thanks to its all-wheel suspension air-filled tires (pump included) and adjustable handle. The seats are made with 100% recycled polyester fabric made from post-consumer water bottles, which is soft to the touch. And when you need to store it, the stroller features a one-step fold with an auto lock, plus the stroller can stand on its own even when folded. Learn more.

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