Summary: I'm a first time parent and I really like this stroller except for the fact that it is really hard to maneuver! If I would have realized the front wheel (and back wheels) do not pivot I would have spent the extra 90-100 dollars on the Revolution. The bigger my son gets the harder it will be to use this stroller especially on dirt trails and on the beach, which is why I bought the jogger in the first place!
Summary: Initial frustrations include: not being able to see a model in the store (only available online) [...]Satisfied with strollers features and easy assembly. Wanted a good quality jogging stroller vs. travel systems. Further frustration to come: infant carrier available only at select stores and not offered online.
Summary: My main critique is that the front wheel doesn't turn which makes it a little harder to steer. The straps are also a little goofy and I've had a hard time fitting my bundle me in it now that it's winter time and I don't want to mess with putting on a coat. Overall, it's very sturdy and durable, but it is large and bulky and hard to steer.
Summary: You actually have to do a wheely to turn it. As in lift the front wheel up and manually turn it! I gave it a 3 because it went over trails and sand no problem, is well built, and has a hand-break. But I'm getting sick of the front wheel not turning!