Mountain Buggy Urban


$599.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1The Mountain Buggy Urban is a versatile, easy-to-use, and stylish stroller designed for newborns, infants, and toddlers. A larger version of the Mountain Buggy Swift, the Mountain Buggy Urban is a 3-wheel stroller that sports 12” (versus 10”) air-filled tires, not to mention a rear wheel suspension for smoother riding on a myriad of different surfaces.

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In addition, the Mountain Buggy Urban sports a lightweight, high-tensile aluminum frame coupled with water repellent and durable polyester fabric seat, not to mention quick-release wheels for compact packing into tight spaces. Furthermore, the Mountain Buggy Urban maintains a swiveling front wheel for easy maneuvering in the city or extra stability off-road, a five-point safety harness that keeps one’s baby safe and secure, and a sun-hood with a viewing window so that parents can keep a close eye on their child while on the move. Plus, the Mountain Buggy Urban’s seat is fully adjustable so that with a mere tug of a strap, parents can adjust the seat to any position from fully reclined to upright, thereby making the buggy suitable for a variety of ages. The Mountain Buggy Urban also boasts a bevy of pockets and a large storage basket so that all necessary supplies can be kept nearby, and an easy foot-operated brake. Lastly, the Mountain Buggy Urban retails for $599.00 and comes with an air pump, a drink bottle holder, and a one year limited warranty.

Features

  • Lightweight, High-Tensile Aluminum Frame
  • Fully Adjustable Polyester Fabric Seat
  • Rear Wheel Suspension
  • Swiveling Front Wheel
  • Five-Point Safety Harness
  • Sun-Hood w/Viewing Window
  • 12” Air-Filled Tires
  • Pockets & Large Storage Basket
  • Foot-Operated Brake
  • Free Air Pump
  • Free Drink Bottle Holder
  • Available in Chocolate, Red, Navy, Charcoal, Moss-Green, Black, Sand, Plum, Baroque, and Coco
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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