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    Default Lightweight stroller for cobblestoned sidewalks

    Our son is tall for 18 months and we're traveling to Portugal, where most sidewalks are cobblestoned. We have a Liteway but his baby teeth will get rattled with with the terrain. Any suggestions for a stroller that's lightweight, has a narrow footprint, some shock absorption, and can lay back for a nap?

    Thanks!

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    Hmm this is tough one, I'd like to see other responses.

    Our cybex Onyx rattles like crazy on cobblestone, I almost felt like the whole thing was going to crack open. The city mini was better, but still not amazing.

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    Micralite fastfold? Narrow footprint and lightweight for sure. Umbrella fold, and air tires in the back, which are removable. The front tires are rubber, but you could add an at kit for air in the front. Mine does pretty well on cobblestone. Recline is an option as well, but it's not flat.

    Other mamas will have great ideas, I'm sure.
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    BJCM? We used ours in England. Not perfect but pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs64 View Post
    Micralite fastfold? Narrow footprint and lightweight for sure. Umbrella fold, and air tires in the back, which are removable. The front tires are rubber, but you could add an at kit for air in the front. Mine does pretty well on cobblestone. Recline is an option as well, but it's not flat.

    Other mamas will have great ideas, I'm sure.
    This is what I was thinking as well. Or maybe the new City Mini with the air tires... The GT I think.
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