The Thule Glide 2 Stroller lets you stretch your legs outside and soak up the sunshine with your little bundle of joy gleefully gliding like a boss, directing you where to run next (let's be real, they probably call the shots around here!). This smooth-rolling stroller carries your baby in both safety and comfort as you walk around the neighborhood, take in nature along the river trail, and jog swiftly through the park. Thule integrates a five-point security harness, reclining seat for snoozing, and deployable sun shade with a peekaboo window, so your baby remains comfortably situated along the way. Because it's designed for active parents, you'll find integrated features like a twist brake on the handlebar for controlling speed when you're running or walking quickly, oversized wheels that roll smoothly, and an active suspension that absorbs bumps from jostling the baby and your wrists. Not only is it great for jogging and brisk walks, but it's equipped to satisfy your little one with its mesh pockets that carry plenty of snacks and toys, plus a lower cargo basket for bringing along your diaper bag. And because you'll be loading it on a regular basis, Thule uses a nifty one-handed folding mechanism that's a snap to use when it's time to drive back from the park.
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