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Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single Stroller

Item# 268-GRO336-1-AF | Model# 1959368 | Added on August 26, 2016 |
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Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single Stroller
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For children up to 65 lbs.Durable aluminum frameFolds automatically with the lift of a strapSeat reclines to a near-flat positionStorage basket underneathAll-terrain wheelsUV50+ sun canopy open in multiple positionsPeek-a-boo windowsDimensions: 44L x 24.5W x 30-43.5H in.; 21.6 lbs.. Go from the city to the country with ease with the Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single Stroller - Black. This easy-to-maneuver stroller features an aluminum frame and all-terrain wheels so you'll have no problem steering whether you're in the store, at the zoo, or exploring new places. With a seat made to recline to a near-flat position, your baby can either sit up and watch the world go by or lay down and take nap after a long day. And when it's sunny outside, you can keep your little one covered and cool with the UV50+ sun canopy which adjusts to several positions and has a peek-a-boo window so you can check in whenever you want. Side vents on the seat and front wheel suspension help to keep your child comfortable for the entire ride while the adjustable handlebar with handbrake makes pushing comfortable for everyone. The storage basket underneath is perfect for holding the diaper bag, your purse, blankets, shopping bags, and more. Much more than a stroller, you can turn this stroller into a travel system with the car seat adapter compatible with your car seat (car seat and car seat adapter not included). When you're done for the day, lift a strap with one hand and the City Mini GT folds itself and ... read more
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