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Off-road pushchair recommendations please

(14 Posts)
Shadowboy Sun 15-Jan-17 06:05:05

I need simthing that will tackle forestry fire roads with ease please.

BearGryllsHasaBigRope Sun 15-Jan-17 08:18:54

The out n about nipper 360 is fantastic

noimaginationatall Sun 15-Jan-17 08:31:35

I have a Phil and Teds - it's great even on the beach!

goodbyeyellowbrickroad Sun 15-Jan-17 08:35:03

Another vote for the Out N About Nipper 360. Really like it

welshweasel Sun 15-Jan-17 08:37:32

iCandy all terrain

ArtyFartyQueen Sun 15-Jan-17 08:42:14

Worth checking the mountain buggy range out....

CotswoldClara Sun 15-Jan-17 08:47:52

Another vote for icandy all terrain, but friend has mountain buggy which also loves, both take to highland and county shows and do fantastically.

helenfagain Sun 15-Jan-17 08:52:03

Have a look at the bob pushchairs. I have the revolution we which is an off-roader and running buggy and does both very well. I do a lot of off-roading and a wee bit of running so great for me. There is a dedicated off-roader too which I believe is also great.

helenfagain Sun 15-Jan-17 08:52:17

That should be se not we

VeryPunny Sun 15-Jan-17 08:59:20

Mountain buggy urban jungle here, great buggy.

Shadowboy Sun 15-Jan-17 10:37:01

Thank you! I'll look them up!

Mol1628 Sun 15-Jan-17 10:38:00

Out n about

Tiggywunkle Wed 18-Jan-17 14:26:19

Out n About, Mountain Buggy (Terrain), Bumbleride, Thule, Baby Jogger (Summit) are all good.

Artandco Wed 18-Jan-17 17:46:09

THE mountain buggy swift is worth looking at if you want something also lightweight, and easy to use in town and shops also without being too huge

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