The beauty of the Burley Solstice Stroller is that it allows you to take your tot along for the ride whether you're training for your first or fifteenth marathon. This convenient stroller is designed specifically for running and features a front swivel wheel that can be locked into place for security when you need to pause to retie your shoe--simply employ the foot-activated parking brake and you're golden. Additionally, the Solstice is equipped with a padded and extendable handlebar, making it ideal for runners of all heights. And while runner-friendly features are certainly key, ensuring that your little sproutling remains comfortable is paramount as well. Consequently, Burley constructed this stroller with a S. I. T seat, which eliminates the hassle of straps and simplifies the in-and-out process, which is essential if you've ever had to wrangle an angry toddler. The seat is also machine washable if any spills or accidents arise, and it can be reclined for your tot's comfort. Meanwhile, the polymer wheels are fashioned with inflatable tires for a smooth ride and durability, and the extra-large cargo area beneath the seat allows you to bring along whatever necessities you require for a long run or outing. And, to put the cherry atop this magical stroller sundae, all of the Solstice's adjustment points are easily visible thanks to a swatch of brilliant yellow.
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