The Thule Chariot Cheetah XT Stroller is the lightest double-child carrier out of Thule's Chariot strollers, making it an excellent stroller for traveling, urban use, and multi-sport training. Its strolling kit consists of two eight-inch wheels with a 360-degree turning radius that's excellent for crowded events or narrow sidewalks. For maximum versatility, the strolling assembly can be removed and replaced with either the included bicycle kit, or the jogging, cross country skiing, or hiking kits (all sold separately). VersaWing and ezClick systems make switches fast and easy, and the chassis' aerodynamic design will help you walk (and run, ski, hike, and bike with the added kits) swiftly. The stroller's HeightRight handlebar adjusts to fit parents of all heights for a comfortable stroll no matter what. For your little ankle biters, Thule built the Cheetah's cage out of aluminum so it keeps them safe in case the stroller rolls. Each harness is connected with five points to secure your kids comfortably, and there's a cozy padded seat for your tykes to nap on. The full side windows have mesh to provide airflow on a warm summer's jog, or you can attach the weather cover when it's drizzling. The sunshade along the top of the stroller protects them from sunburn when it's high noon. The rear storage is perfect for baby bottles and energy bars. When you're done walking, utilize the ezFold to quickly and simply compact this stroller down to minimize storage in your garage.
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