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lsusaints wrote a review of on May 23, 2007

4 5

looked at this vs the other options from kelty and deuter. What sold me was 2500cu in. I am able to carry my child, and three days worth of gear for my child, my wife, and myself. It is easy to rig up some external straps for extra storage by using the little plastic rings on the bottom of the detachable kids backpack. The only thing I am not able to carry is my food and water. I'm 6'1" and the suspension is maxed out. The rain cover has a defect in the stitching, but I will be contacting sherpani to see if I can get it replaced. It can carry up to 70lbs

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lsusaints wrote a review of on May 23, 2007

5 5

Best stroller on the market. I had so much confidence in the stroller, I took it on a very rugged and primitive trail. That was a mistake. It is good for some rough terrain, but it can't replace a good child carrier backpack. Even with using the hiking attachment and my wife pushing from behind, it was miserable on the rugged trails we were on. It was our fault, we overestimated it's "off-road" capabilities. Just keep it to medium grades, and trails that aren't too rough and you will be happy. DESPERATELY needs the brake kit, don't buy it without picking one up.

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