Are you familiar with the brand Mamas & Papas? The UK-based company is known for their lightweight strollers, and they caught our eye with their bold colors and sleek designs. They’ve recently added the Urbo2 to their stroller collection, and I got the chance to take it for a test drive. Like any design enthusiast, I have a soft spot in my heart for a stroller that looks as good as it works, and the Urbo2 did not disappoint.
As Blake is getting older (he’s almost one!) and Addison is heading to school for the first time, my stroller needs are changing. I was on the hunt for something that would be easy to grab in the morning before walking to school but also easy to transport when we need to hit the road and tackle the items on our to-do list for the day. The Urbo2 checked both of those boxes. My favorite feature is the multi-position seat because I am able to recline Blake if he falls asleep on the way home from dropping sissy off at school. It also gives him the option to either face me or face forward to enjoy the morning scenery. An added bonus is that the built-in wheels have enhanced suspension that allows me to push the stroller with one hand, leaving the second hand free to sneak in sips of my morning cup of coffee on the way to school.
A compact stroller is a must-have for me. This stroller can withstand the daily grind but is always easy to fold and lays flat in the back of my car—I love that I still have room for my groceries! The storage basket is also large enough to fit my finds from the local farmer’s market on the days we choose to leave the car behind.
This stroller is perfect for the parent on-the-go and adds a little style your daily tasks. A spacious bassinet (sold separately) is available and allows baby to lie flat. The bassinet is designed with an integrated air vent for extra ventilation in warmer weather, providing baby with optimum comfort. Safe, comfortable and stylish? What’s not to love about that.
The Urbo2 is available in black, pink, teal, navy and camel. Mamas & Papas has also released a Special Edition Donna Wilson Foxleaf print—my personal favorite—designed exclusively by London-based textile designer Donna Wilson.
The Urbo2 has proved to be a great stroller that meets my needs. I’d love to know—what stroller fits your lifestyle?
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Project Nursery received a sample for review.