The problem with most umbrella strollers is a lack of storage, poor maneuverability, and they don’t recline for naps. On the flip side, they are small and convenient. You win some, you lose some.
Mac can sit up, lay on a slight decline or completely flat!
The UPF 50 fabric canopy is adjustable and removable. It provides a ton of shade. There are also pockets inside for snacks and toys.
A cup holder, pocket for parent accessories, storage bin, and peek a boo window are features that I enjoyed with my Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight that are also carried over with my Groove Ultralight. Unlike many other umbrella strollers, the Groove has and all-wheel suspension and maneuvers like a dream. The handle bars are higher so I don’t have to lean over while pushing.
Now that we’ve figured out what stroller we are bringing on our trip all we have to do is pack up the house, sell it, and find a new one. Piece of cake! (adding a truck load of sarcasm there). One step at a time…
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