Trip Stroller

from Inglesina


  • Fast Dining Tray
  • Fast Table Chair
  • Trip Stroller
  • Gusto Highchair


  • Is It Useful?

  • Is It Worth It?

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

The Trip is an umbrella stroller with soft-grip handlebars that are nice and high, as well as curved and angled for more control. The full canopy has an extra extension for maximum sun protection. The soft, flexible bumper bar can be raised or lowered by the child, and as he gets older, the bumper bar can be removed entirely. An adjustable footrest is a rare feature for an umbrella stroller, and the Trip's fold-up footrest is great for little kids so there are no dangling feet. You can drop it down and use the stationary footrest for older kids. The Trip also includes a five-point harness with padding for comfort, a cup holder, a peek-a-boo window, and a compartment to store things. The seat has four reclining options for your child's comfort. The front wheels have a lock or swivel option, and the storage space underneath is generous but will be tough to access when you have the seat in the last recline position. This stroller also comes with a rain shield to protect your child, and it folds up easily for storage and travel.

Why Is It Useful?

This umbrella stroller has a lot of great features that provide comfort and convenience for both child and parent.

Who It’s For

The Trip is for 3 months and up, with a weight limit of 55 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

The Trip is not great on bumpy roads, but as long as you are on smooth surfaces, it's fine.

The canopy's extension feels a bit bulky, and if the child pulls down on the canopy, the entire thing just folds on the child in the stroller.