You and your little one are eager to get out of the house after a long winter, so pull out the Thule Chariot Cheetah 1 with Stroller Kit and enjoy the fresh spring air as you stroll through the public garden and wander along city streets looking for ice cream. The lightest of Thule's strollers, the Cheetah is great for wandering near or far from home and offers incredible versatility to match your multi-sport personality. The Cheetah features a roomy main compartment that gives the kiddo space to play with their toys or look at books while you're moving. A padded 5-point seat belt system keeps themsafe through turns and over bumps, while the adjustable suspension system lets them enjoy a smooth ride. They'll love the tinted mesh windows when you stroll past the pond so they can watch all the ducks, and you'll love it for the enhanced UV protection it provides. When it's time to stop for a snack, the foot-activated parking break ensures you won't have a runaway stroller situation on your hands. Conversion kits (sold separately) let you configure the Cheetah to your latest adventure, whether that be jogging through the suburbs, cycling down country roads, or cross country skiing through wintry landscapes.
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