Wayfinder Jogging Stroller Review
Jogging with your little one just got a whole lot easier thanks to the Bob Gear Wayfinder Jogging Stroller. The Wayfinder comes in two colors: Nightfall and Storm. We’re reviewing the Nightfall one today. The stroller is up to 30% smaller than its competitors and comes with a parent cup holder. The Wayfinder has a lightweight durable aluminum frame so it makes it easy to travel with. It can hold a child up to 65 pounds. The seat is padded and has a secure five point harness. You can have your child sitting upright, but the seat can also be reclined using one hand so they can nap on the go. It has three pockets: two in the seat and one phone zippered pocket in the removable zip up basket found underneath the seat. The padded handlebar can be adjusted for the parent/guardian’s specific height. The front wheel swivels for easy steering on walks and locks into place when you’re ready to run. You can use the wrist strap and hand brake for more control when going downhill so you don’t have to worry about losing control of the stroller. Its canopy has a peekaboo window so you can keep an eye on your child and it’s easily removable if you want to jog without it. I liked that the Wayfinder was more compact than other jogging strollers, but didn’t sacrifice on its size. However, I feel like the phone pocket should be much closer to the handle to make it easier to reach when you’re jogging.
Should I get it?
This compares to the All-terrain jogging stroller. It’s very similar except this one is very travel friendly! We love being able to throw it in the Crosstrek and go.
- It has a compact fold.
- It’s easy to maneuver while you’re jogging.
- The phone pocket is located in the storage basket when it should be near the handle so it’s easier to reach.