Brilliant pram, the best double in the market.
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As an experience and enthusiastic ultra runner, the news of a baby on the way made me ask myself 'how will I go long distance running?'
The answer was the Mountain Buggy terrain .
Wow where do I start? What a pram!
When baby #2 was on her way I decided that it was a good excuse to get another buggy. This time round I wanted something that was a little more special. Having pushed a buggy before I knew what I wanted in terms of functionality. It had to pop over kerbs easily, manoeuvre with one hand, be simple and quick to fold and be tough enough to handle a trip to the park but also suitable for a trip to the mall. Baby #1 (well not a baby anymore) was past the buggy stage so the ability to take more than one wasn't on the list. Although being able to attach a scooter for him to ride along when his legs got tired was.
I've been using the new urban jungle for a couple of weeks now and I love it!
My name is Krista and I am the mother to 18 month old Maverick. When pregnant, I researched a number of prams and what to get. There are LOTS out there in the market today, funky looking, colourful and the like, but what drew me back to Mountain Buggy was ‘why’ I needed a pram, ‘what’ I needed it for and ‘how practical’ it would be for me.
A few weeks ago we went on a short family holiday with our friends to Taupo, New Zealand. As you all know, when you travel with kids, you tend to take A LOT of stuff with you. It seems to be that the smaller the child is, the bigger their bag!
Arriving at the airport at 6:30 in the morning is tough... doing it with two kids in tow is madness! Boy, were we glad that we had a buggy to keep two year old Lexie in check!