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|Disney Main Street|
- Durable frame rated for use to 50lbs
- Taller handles and multi-position recline
- 5 pt harness for a safer ride
- Large parent console and lower storage basket
- Easy one hand fold and weighs only 14 lbs.
- Adjustable Canopy
|Back of the LR3|
Now every Bad Ass Dad knows that the stroller is as much for the kid as it is for the parents. Sure the kid gets to sit in it for excursions to Disneyland, Seattle, Havana, and yes, even Toronto - but, we know that the stroller is also a load bearing device capable of storage and transport of items that may pertain to the usefulness during the mission. This stroller has storage capabilities located beneath the seat, as well as some usable space between the upright seat-back and the x-frame bars.
We procured this stroller 2 years ago, and have used it exclusively for travel as well as for longer shopping jaunts. At first we got a little antsy about how the kid would fit as she grew, but in our most recent trip to Seattle, our 3.5 year old (who is cresting size 5 clothes), didn't have any issues. Being the Bad Ass Kid that she is, she did like resting her boots on the wheels to hear the whirring sounds. I have nothing bad to say about this particular stroller. We utilize every feature there is on this stroller - to the max. I'm not gentle with it at all, and it seems to take it well.
So do the research, the due diligence, the needs assessment. Determine how much money you are willing to shell out, and then go from there. 60 bucks for a travel stroller that has taken at least 2 years of Bad Ass Dad's abuse is pretty good.