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    Default Highest weight stroller?

    What are the highest weight strollers?
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    The Baby Jogger City Elite goes up to 75 lbs, I think. (Not sure if all models do.) That's about the highest any of them go other than special needs strollers.

    ETA: Are you looking for a list of all of the higher weight ones?
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    You mean highest weight capacity, not heaviest stroller, right? Single? Or double?

    The Mountain Buggy Terrain single goes up to 77 pounds according to their website.

    http://www.mountainbuggystrollers.co...n-stroller.pro

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    Sorry highest weight stroller (single) DS2 is almost 53 lbs and we have a quest and a BCJM. I am wondering if there is a WDW stroller I should consider for him.
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    The MB Urban Jungle also goes to 77 lbs.

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    Oddly, the Mountain Buggy Swift goes to 77 pounds too. Having a hard time envisioning a 77 pound child fitting in the Swift!

    http://www.mountainbuggystrollers.co...t-stroller.pro

    Are you looking to buy a new stroller? There are stroller rental options at WDW. . . .


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    Quote Originally Posted by crl View Post
    Oddly, the Mountain Buggy Swift goes to 77 pounds too. Having a hard time envisioning a 77 pound child fitting in the Swift!

    http://www.mountainbuggystrollers.co...t-stroller.pro

    Are you looking to buy a new stroller? There are stroller rental options at WDW. . . .


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    Funny, how would they fit in? My 7.5 year old is 51 lbs. No way she'd be able to get her legginess in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swissair81 View Post
    Funny, how would they fit in? My 7.5 year old is 51 lbs. No way she'd be able to get her legginess in there.
    Yeah, I'm trying to picture my leggy 7 year old boy in the Swift too!

    Hillary, you could rent a BJ Classic, with a weight capacity of 75 pounds here

    https://www.orlandostrollersrentals....ion.aspx?PID=6

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    Quote Originally Posted by crl View Post
    Yeah, I'm trying to picture my leggy 7 year old boy in the Swift too!

    Hillary, you could rent a BJ Classic, with a weight capacity of 75 pounds here

    https://www.orlandostrollersrentals....ion.aspx?PID=6

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    This is what I was going to suggest. Look at Orlando Stroller Rentals for a Classic. I have one, and it would suit your needs. I have a petite 4.5 year old who is ~33 lbs and ~40-41 in tall. She has lots more room to grow in this stroller. Though she loves the canopy of this stroller, she prefers to ride in the Maclaren Volo I got specifically for her. Not sure if she likes it because it's more colorful, or she knows it's "her" stroller.

    But there's tons of room before her head is at the top of the stroller, and I can't foresee her head ever hitting the canopy (maybe when it's closed, but never when it's open). And Baby Jogger strollers have a great fold. Plus it has air tires which would make pushing a heavier, older child much more pleasant!

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    The canopy is not fully extended so you can see how high it is.
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    There's TONS of room in top of this stroller under the canopy.
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    If you were looking for an umbrella stroller, the Aprica Cadence goes up to 70 pounds, and the Mac Techno XLR goes to 65. But really, the seat size and how a stroller pushes with a heavier child in it are more important criteria.
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