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Strolling in the Bumbleride Flite

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As a mom of an almost three-year-old, I love how she has taken to scooting and walking around our little area in Brooklyn. But being that she is three she also gets tired easily and can't walk the same distances (without melting down) as my six-year-old.

In those instances I make sure that our lightweight Bumbleride Flite isn't far behind. This sleek stroller features an aluminum frame that can accommodate up to 50 pounds as it offers the convenience of an umbrella stroller with a super durable frame. Personally, I use this for trips to school, grocery store visits, travel and subway adventures to Manhattan.

Bumbleride Flite
Bumbleride Flite
Bumbleride Flite
Bumbleride Flite
Bumbleride Flite

Weighing in at 14 pounds, I love how slim and strong it is as my toddler sits comfortably thanks to its 5-point breakaway harness that keeps babies and toddlers safe secure. These strong wheels are also incredible as they can handle super bumpy streets thanks to its smooth wheel system that is incredibly supported by its front and rear suspensions. It also has a four-wheel suspension that provides a really smooth ride as well as an ample cargo basket is great for our library books, towels and assortment of snacks. I also love its sturdy and redesigned SPF-45 canopy that is ideal to cover up and take sun-protected naps during the summer. It also great for toddlers and babies that nap thanks to its reclining backrest and adjustable footrest as well as the inclusion of a standard universal car seat adapter so that you can use the stroller with your newborn.

Another fun aspect of the Flite is its fun colors and fabrics (including spicy Cayenne, soothing Papyrus, and the eye-catching Aquamarine). The Flite is also made with natural fabrics, featuring an exterior polyester fabric made with 50% recycled PET (plastic bottles) and a silky soft new interior fabric made of 50% sustainable bamboo charcoal, helping the traveling family protect the planet as they explore it.

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We also use our car a lot so being able to store it quickly was on our list of stroller priorities. I love how the Bumbleride Flite has a quick-release fold easily folds as well as its built-in carrying handle that enables parents to easily lift the folded stroller into the car, train or storage bin.

With a newly redesigned stroller, the Bumbleride Flite is ideal for families looking for the convenience of an umbrella stroller with a super durable frame that makes this stroller both sturdy and compact for travel and everyday life.

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