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InStep Suburban Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller
List Price: $149.99

Our Price: $132.54

You Save: $17.45 (12%)


Product Description

This luxurious swivel-wheeled stroller is the industry benchmark. For both parents and children the safety and maneuverability of this item is unmatched. This go-anywhere, do-anything stroller has loads of storage and features a parent tray with lid and child tray.


  • Versatile 12" wheels that swivel or lock in place
  • Durable steel frame
  • Parent tray with lid
  • Child tray for drinks or snacks
  • Large under seat basket
  • One-hand fold design is easy to use
  • Roomy and comfortable interior
  • Padded seat and comfortable 5-point harness
  • Mesh bug screen, no more pests
  • Reclining seat features a wide adjustable range


  • Maximum Weight Limit: 75 lbs.
  • Folded Dimensions: 40" x 23.5" x 19"
  • Assembled Dimensions: 43" x 24.5" x 42"
  • Stroller Weight: 29 lbs.
  • 12" wheels and protective canopy
  • Reclining seat and 5-point harness
  • Easy one hand fold

Customer Reviews:

  • Suburban Safari swivel wheel stroller
    I wanted a jogging/all terrain stroller for my (at the time) 18 month old son, and i did lots of research on the less expensive yet functional strollers. my decision came down to the baby trend expedition (retails for around $130) and this one. the baby trend has large back wheels and it reclines fully, and this stroller has same size wheels and it DOES NOT recline flat. i decided on buying this one because my son does not sleep in stroller anyways, he's too busy exploring the world. the safari was easy to put together, it has lots of great features but nothing over the top. comfortable padding, nice neutral colors, the trigger mechanism workks great when i fold the stroller, the child tray fits all his sippy cups, my parent organizer is roomy enough for keys, cell phone, ipod and a couple other things, plus the bottle holders are not to shallow so far. the swivel wheel locks into place by another trigger-like mechanism so you can jog on a straight surface without having to put extra effort in controlling the wheel. the basket under seat is large enough for a box of diapers (72 huggies, anyone?), your diaper bag and maybe another grocery bag, so its plenty.
    PROS: easy to assemble, effortless maneuver, large basket,simple to fold, stays folded,compfortable for child, sturdy steel construction but yet it IS lightweight. (im a petite mom and i carry this to up and down flights of stairs daily!), wheel can be locked, nice parent tray, not too bulky. baby and i have taken several bus trips with this stroller!
    CONS: no tether ( i dont need one anyways), canopy IS a bit small, i bought the ray shade canopy as well to protect child from the sun, the seat does not recline fully, only about 3/4 of the way (which is plenty for my toddler to rest, he looks very comfortable in it),I HATE the reclining thing they have, its 2 strings, and you pull them towards yourself, and then slide a locking thing up to where you want the back of the seat to be. does give lots of angles to recline, but it's a royal pain. i prefer the click into place backrest recliners regular strollers have,but jogging strollers want to be more sporty, so they feature the annoying drawstring instead. the stroller does not stand on its own when folded (but it stays closed) also the front wheel wobbled after about 1 week of running, but its easy to fix and now it is smooth as butter again. also, the padding/seat is not removeable for wash unless you are willing to deal with screws and nuts and bolts (i was!)
    overall, great stroller, worth buying. rides smoothly and so far no problems anywhere. our son loves it, so we love it too!...more info
  • great for the money!
    this is the first jogging stroller i have ever purchased so i didn't really know what to get, i just knew i couldn't spend a lot of money. after reading lots of reviews i decided this one sounded good for the money and i am very pleased with my purchase! i've only used it a couple of times so far, but it has worked very well. some other reviews said that it didn't allow the child to sit up all the way but i didn't find that to be true at all. i would definitely recommend this stroller!...more info
  • InStep Suburban Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller
    Lightweight, easy to handle/assemble. My 19 month old loves it. He usually falls asleep when we go for long walks. The only thing is I wished the harnest straps were longer....more info
  • stroller
    this is a great stroller. i just wish it would fold up a little better(guess you can't everything)....more info
  • Perfect for Rough Terrain
    I purchased this stroller for my grandchild. We live on a long gravel drive and this stroller is easy to push over the gravel. Once I get to the road, its light weight makes it easy to push up and down the hills. I did purchase an additional sun visor since the one on it did not shade him completely on very sunny days. The only other thing I would like it to have is a window to see him while we are moving, rather than having to lean around the front to check on him. It turns in a very small space so on rainy days we can actually take a stroll in the house and on the porch. The cup holder is great for the cell phone, and the basket underneath is roomy. Its easy to fold for travel also. ...more info
  • Great Jogging Stroller for the price
    Love this stroller. I spent a lot of time comparing and pricing jogging strollers and I don't think you can find a better deal. Very easy to assemble and works great. I did purchase a sun shade for it because it does not provide much protection from the sun. ...more info
  • Easy assembly, easy ride
    This was a breeze to assemble- a rarity among baby/kid products these days! Unfold, snap on the tires, tighten, snap on the parent and snack trays, and you're good to go. Very nice. Folds down and opens with ease. Smooth ride and handles well. Harness is easy to use and seat adjusts nicely. Sun shade is adequate, but wish is was positionable and had a viewing window. For the money, this is a great stroller for my purposes- long walks around our neighborhood which has bumpy roads and no sidewalks or on the nearby gravel trail along the river. I do not jog with the stroller, so can't comment on its usefulness for that purpose.

    We previously had a Jeep Liberty stroller and it was inferior in a few ways. Assembly was ridiculous, with what seemed like a million little pieces. The Jeep seemed both heavier and more awkward to open/close, and did not maneuver as smoothly. The seatback was of similar construction to the InStep (adjusts up/down w/ drawstring), but the seat fabric on the Jeep felt much more thin/flimsy and did not clean up well.

    I'd buy the InStep again, no question....more info