So you're blessed with two and you have no idea where to start, we have you covered with the Indie Twin double stroller. The perfect option for two, whether it be twins or siblings of various ages this is the perfect stroller. Bumbleride does a great job at making strollers that are duribke safe and functional. The Bumbleride Indie Twin strollers are beyond eco friendly so parents can feel good about strolling around with this amazing eco conscious stroller.
The Indie Twin clocks in at 36”L x 29.5”W x 26.5-45.5” H and weighs 36 Lbs. It’s a double stroller but still easy to maneuver around. This double stroller makes it easy to adventure with two.
The Indie Twin has a one step hinged fold with ergonomic trigger release and auto-lock standing tow. It folds to 32.5”L x 29.5”W x 13.5”H.
The seats have a weight capacity of 90 lbs and are newborn compatible. The Indie twin seats are newborn and car seat compatible. It is Infant compatible without attachments or parents have an option of using a bassinet or car seat.There is a 5-point breakaway harness with shoulder pads so your little one is safe and comfortable as they stroll. There is also an adjustable footrest for infant option and a deeper footwell for toddlers. The seat is machine washable.
There is a UPF 45+ canopy with pop-out extension for extra coverage + air vents for protecting your little one from the sun. The canopy is machine washable.
The Indie Twin has 12”Air-filled tires with all wheel suspension. There is also a 360 degree swivel front wheel with in-line lock option for all-terrain. Overall these wheels are tough and can handle everyday use with ease while carrying two. There is an Adjustable handle with TPR grip (PVC free) with safety strap included for easy steering.
There is a large cargo basket with storage for the air pump (pump included). There is also built in storage pockets for water bottles for those long walks.
The Indie Twin 2020 retails for $799 and is available for pre-order. This is the PERFECT stroller for eco conscious parents with twins. Being good to the environment doesn't mean compromising on quality and functionality.