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advice needed re 'offroad/running' prams

(9 Posts)
climbingcheesecake Tue 19-Apr-16 20:20:54

I've just started looking into pram-world. It's a big world!

My partner and I live in a small town in the mountains (not in the UK!).
It would be useful to have something which could handle being offroad, maybe going for a run now and again, but not unpractical for town trips too!
Can anyone recommend a good one, or somewhere to start looking?

climbingcheesecake Wed 20-Apr-16 17:42:45

hopefully bump...

Pixiemeat Thu 21-Apr-16 17:53:55

Out n About Nipper is great as an all-terrain. They do a specific one for jogging too

Pixiemeat Thu 21-Apr-16 17:54:44

Jogging one is called the Nipper Sport

CwtchMeQuick Thu 21-Apr-16 17:56:11

I had the maxi cosi mura 3 and loved it. My friend liked it so much she bought one too!

climbingcheesecake Thu 21-Apr-16 20:04:42

thanks for the suggestions! the nipper sport looks good, do you use a separate pram for town trips pixie? or is it ok for supermarkets etc...
cwtch the cosi mura looks good too - is it heavy? it looks a lot bulkier than the nipper.

DevonLulu Thu 21-Apr-16 23:13:35

Look st the baby jogger summit xt. I have it and it's great for outdoors lifestyle, easy fold, sturdy and a light push.

Pixiemeat Fri 22-Apr-16 08:05:15

I don't have the Nipper Sport, just a regular Nipper. But I have seen a few around town. Not sure I'd take one on a bus though!

MiaowTheCat Fri 22-Apr-16 08:11:52

Regular Nippers are fantastic on bumpy ground, and for pushing around town as they're so light to steer (I could push a double with two hefty toddlers in one handed) - wouldn't try to get one on public transport unless I knew it was a very quiet time of the day or I was getting the trams which are much more accessible than the buses around here.

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