October 09, 2006,
M.H. asks from Evanston, IL on October 08, 2006
L. answers from Chicago on October 09, 2006
I'd stick witht the jogger. It's definately designed for more rugged situations.
C.R. answers from Chicago on October 09, 2006
I would keep the jogger. As your baby gets bigger, you will find that it is much easier to push and usually a little more comfortable for baby. I would also think it would be easier to navigate in the winter. I also have both and definitly use the jogger more.
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J. answers from Chicago on October 09, 2006
I would hold onto the jogging stroller. I found that mine was the only stroller in my "lineup" that could negotiate the snow and ice last winter. Good luck with your winter walks...
C.M. answers from Chicago on October 09, 2006
I would definetly hold on the the jogger. that is good for the colder weather
K.F. answers from Chicago on October 09, 2006
I have a mountain buggy and it works great in rain, sand and swow. I highly recommend it is also great in the city especaiily with all the construction in the neighborhoods.