Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller

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  • An all-terrain double stroller perfect for jogging or strolling throughh town
  • Swivel front wheel locks into place for jogging
  • Large 16″ rear wheels plus suspension for an ultra smooth ride
  • One-handed, compact fold to easily store and transport
  • Integrated twist hand brake provides speed control
  • Reclining seats with padded 5-point harness and ventilation
  • Ergonomic, adjustable handlebar with twist hand brake
  • Large storage basket with zip top cover
  • Weight capacity: 100 pounds
  • Sitting height: 21 inches; Door pass through: 31.5 inches
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The Thule Urban Glide 2 is the perfect all terrain stroller for the active family. Whether you’re looking for a jogging stroller to take on your favorite path or a full size stroller to easily navigate throughout town, the Thule Urban Glide 2 delivers. Designed with a comfortable seat, a padded 5-point safety harness, and a multi-position canopy with ventilation, your precious cargo is sure to enjoy the ride. The silent, one-handed recline is perfect for naps on the go. This three wheel stroller provides an ultra smooth ride thanks to the large 16″ rear wheels and suspension system. The front swivel wheel makes it easy to maneuver through town and locks into place for jogging. The integrated twist hand brake gives parents control of hilly terrain the adjustable handlebar provides an ergonomic grip for any sized adult. A magnetic peekaboo window allows you to check on your child without disturbing them, even while they sleep.  Bring all you need for the day in the large cargo storage bin with a zip-top closure to keep all contents secure, even when folded. Storing and transporting a sport stroller has never been easier thanks to the one-handed compact fold. Simply slide and twist the release bar and the stroller folds in half. Remove the rear tires in seconds to make it even more compact. The Thule Urban Glide 2 can be used as an infant stroller from birth when using car seat adapters (sold separately). It can also transition into a toddler stroller and support a weight capacity of 75 lbs.

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An all-terrain double stroller perfect for jogging or strolling throughh town
Swivel front wheel locks into place for jogging
Large 16″ rear wheels plus suspension for an ultra smooth ride
One-handed, compact fold to easily store and transport
Integrated twist hand brake provides speed control
Reclining seats with padded 5-point harness and ventilation
Ergonomic, adjustable handlebar with twist hand brake
Large storage basket with zip top cover
Weight capacity: 100 pounds
Sitting height: 21 inches; Door pass through: 31.5 inches

 

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  1. Melissa

    So, I did hours and hours of research looking for a double stroller for my girls who are 18 months apart. They are in the smaller percentile for weight and height, but healthy. I was worried about all the reviews regarding shallow seats. My girls fit just fine right now. We purchased the chicco adapter too, and we love it. My two year old enjoys riding in the stroller. We used it in the house for fun before taking it outside today. The ride is smooth and it turns on a dime. I was considering purchasing the city select double stroller and uppababy vista double but I looked through many articles and they all started that this was the best stroller for our needs (hills, daily walks, leisure outings). I am so glad that we purchased this stroller and definitely see it as money well spent. You can tell it’s made with quality materials. My daughter spilled yogurt on it today (of course) and I was able to wipe it off easily with plain water. I am looking forward to using it every morning and evening for our walks and also when we go out! So happy with our purchase!

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  2. Sue Nee Tan

    This is overall a great running stroller. The folding mechanism can be a bit cumbersome but it is not too bad once you get used to it. Storing it isn’t so great as well but I found the trade-off to run with it and it’s maneuverability well worth it.Features that are great:- Single-hand brake- Large canopy to protect baby from the sun- Viewing window is not Velcro so it doesn’t make that noise when you open it- Harness is easy to use- Storage space is decent for a running stroller compared to others- This things can turn on a dime! Easy to jog with 1 hand if neededFeatures that are not so great:- It can only store flat so putting it up against a wall is not ideal- It is a bit large when folded. To provide an idea, we have a 2016 Forester and it basically takes up the entire trunk width if we decided to go somewhere with it.

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  3. Celestia H

    Honestly the best stroller out there. I am not a brandist. I don’t need to have everything name brand. But in this case Thule knows what they are doing for strollers. We tried out a bunch of others and even ended up selling our first stroller because it was junk. My biggest complaint is it doesn’t come with a drink holder and it doesn’t have any infant car seat attachment. You need to buy those separately. But other then that this is the stroller to buy.

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  4. dimples

    I love this stroller so far. It’s light and easy to push. It looks sleek and modern and many people compliment on how “nice” our stroller looks. I can easily push it with one hand. Running with it is a dream. Buying the console gives you good storage. My toddler likes the additional snack tray purchase. Sun shade is big. There’s even mesh pockets on the sides of the seat so my daughter can store a toy or two next to her. There’s a mesh pocket behind the seat. I forgot a banana in there, folded the stroller, and the banana was fresh and unbruised the next day. It’s pretty easy and intuitive to adjust the seat straps.My only complaints are very specific to my needs/preferences (mostly that I want my jogging stroller to also be my every day stroller):1. The seat’s most upright position is slightly reclined. My daughter wants to sit all the way upright and so she is hesitant to get in the stroller for this reason. I understand that this is so the baby doesn’t get whiplash from sudden starts and stops on a run, but since I like to use this stroller for everyday errands, I wish it could go completely upright. I read that the 2016 BOB now includes a complete upright position, so I hope one day Thule does the same.2. The stroller feels very LONG. I brought this stroller to Disneyland and it just felt slightly too big…not because of it’s girth or profile (which are very sleek), but simply because of the length. It takes careful thought to maneuver in tight spaces, though the actual pushing and turning is very smooth, light and easy.3. The placement of the back two wheels feel slightly WIDE when indoors (yes I took this into a restaurant) and in crowds. Similar to my last point…the silhouette of the stroller seat is slim, it’s just the wheel placement that sticks far out in front and a little wide in the back. If I wasn’t mindful, I would accidentally bump into things. I wonder if the wheel placement has something to do with the aerodynamics of the running stroller? If so I’m not complaining.My dream is that Thule (are you reading this Thule?) would consider a model with front and back wheels that sit more underneath the child seat instead of sticking out as much, and a more upright sitting position. Then this would be the ultimate only-stroller-you-ever-need-in-life stroller.

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  5. Marisa A

    This is my second Thule running stroller and I can’t say enough good things about it. I purchased the thule single running stroller after having my first child and loved it so much I immediately bought this after we had our second child. Both are fantastic! Having run Boston, NYC, Chicago, and a bunch of other marathons I knew I had to have a way to continue my training despite now being a mom and these strollers are the answer. They are extremely easy to maneuver (one handed if you want), light weight to push (although my kids are not), and designed not to interfere with your natural stride. I love that you can recline each seat separately (baby sleeps while toddler points out squirrels). They have large canopies to protect from sun and rain. The underneath storage can fit a whole diaper bag or just a few essentials for the run. You have the convenience of both a hand and foot brake plus the wrist safety strap for when your hands are sweating and you are running down hill. The seats and child harnesses are well padded giving the kids a comfortable ride (my daughter who never sits still asks to go out in the stroller every day). The suspension allows the kids to keep napping even on trail runs. I also love the two button release of the harness for that extra security. It’s of course not a stroller for taking to the grocery store but it does fold and open easily and I can lift it without any trouble being only 5’3″ and 125 lbs. All in all, an awesome running stroller that allows you to train long miles and keep your kids happy. Plus when you race it feels like you are flying without pushing that extra weight. Happy trails!

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  6. TXKateNVA

    My husband researches everything and decided on this jogging stroller. The wheels handle very easily on street and trails. We got the car seat adapter because our son is just 5 months old and still in a rear-facing car seat. The jogging stroller cover doesn’t work with the rear-facing car seat, so we use a car seat cover with this stroller. The storage area underneath is great for a small diaper bag, snacks, etc. The water bottle holder is a helpful addition for those that want to use it for workouts. We’re looking forward to when the pediatrician gives us the ok to run with our son so that he develops a love of the outdoors and being healthy like his parents.

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  7. A&C

    We bought this for our twins to replace a fixed-wheel model of a BOB. After owning both, this is the winner hands down. It is exceptionally well built and beats the BOB significantly on sturdiness of some parts (such as the canopies) and ease of fold. THIS IS LITERALLY A ONE HANDED FOLD!!! It couldn’t be easier. Popping the wheels off for travel and storage is a breeze and the zippered storage compartment is a plus. It is amazing to push – it practically pushes itself. We were torn going with the new kid on the block vs the tried and true BOB (non fixed wheel this time!), but we would pick this one over again a million times. Thule made themselves a strong competitor to the beloved BOB and stepped the game up. Our only complaint is the lack of accessories available and the underwhelming parent console.Buy this stroller – you won’t be disappointed!!!

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  8. Chels

    I have ran with this stroller for the past 2 months before leaving a review. I can promise you, this is the best running stroller out there. I have two kids (4 & 3 years old- roughly around 30 lbs each) and it is still sooooo smooth and easy to run with. And when I say run, I’m talking anywhere up to 3.5 miles per run.The kids have mentioned so many times how this stroller is way more comfortable than our previous 3 other brands of jogging strollers. My husband loves the adjustable handle that makes it easy for him to change the height of the bar. He also loves how light it is, the sun protections for the kids and how easy to fold it is.Personally I love the little knob that allows you to pivot the wheel when locked so that it is *JUST* right for my turns. I run on a very curved path so having that help is so nice. I do find the basket a bit hard to use (we love the plastic liner at the bottom though!!!!), so I just got a couple hooks and a bag to hold my things at the top. The visors are very sturdy and shield most of my kids’ bodies. I am only 5″2 and can easily open, close, and load this into my suv.I know that everyone is gonna say the price is the downfall, but for us wasting money on crappy strollers before this one was the real downfall. If anything happens to this one and my kids still fit it, I will 100% buy another.

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  9. Marisa A

    This is my second Thule running stroller and I can’t say enough good things about it. I purchased the thule single running stroller after having my first child and loved it so much I immediately bought this after we had our second child. Both are fantastic! Having run Boston, NYC, Chicago, and a bunch of other marathons I knew I had to have a way to continue my training despite now being a mom and these strollers are the answer. They are extremely easy to maneuver (one handed if you want), light weight to push (although my kids are not), and designed not to interfere with your natural stride. I love that you can recline each seat separately (baby sleeps while toddler points out squirrels). They have large canopies to protect from sun and rain. The underneath storage can fit a whole diaper bag or just a few essentials for the run. You have the convenience of both a hand and foot brake plus the wrist safety strap for when your hands are sweating and you are running down hill. The seats and child harnesses are well padded giving the kids a comfortable ride (my daughter who never sits still asks to go out in the stroller every day). The suspension allows the kids to keep napping even on trail runs. I also love the two button release of the harness for that extra security. It’s of course not a stroller for taking to the grocery store but it does fold and open easily and I can lift it without any trouble being only 5’3″ and 125 lbs. All in all, an awesome running stroller that allows you to train long miles and keep your kids happy. Plus when you race it feels like you are flying without pushing that extra weight. Happy trails!

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  10. Shasta

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     The front wheel rim is defective. It wobbles like a bad grocery cart. My daughter is in her car seat in this so the danger of the wheel breaking is not worth it, she would be badly injured. I sent a replacement request to Thule but no reply yet. Really disappointed in the quality.

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  11. Christina Z.Christina Z.

    My purchase experience with Mike A Bike was great – I couldn’t be happier with the condition when the stroller arrived to my home. The set-up was as easy as snapping the back wheels in and a quick twist of the folding lever. All I have left to do is fill the tires w/ some air. The stroller is beautiful and I can’t wait to use it when my baby arrives! I’m planning on purchasing the bassinet accessory as well so I can use this for the early months as well!

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  12. Zika

    Love my Thule stroller. Wanted to get back in shape after baby and the Peg Pergo Team I have is too heavy and hard to push for walks around the neighborhood. The front two wheels wobbled way too much for comfort when walking fast with it. I researched the Thule and BOB strollers and at the end chose Thule and so happy I did! My toddler loves when I wheel it out because he knows he’s going to the park. He has even climbed into it all by himself and sat down waiting for me to buckle him in. It is super lightweight and agile! I love that it can be folded with one hand and it is very easy to do so. I also like that the larger back wheels can be removed quite easily to put In tight places like a car trunk. My only complaints are that 1.) my toddler can’t sit all the way upright as there’s always a little recline in the forward most setting and he often grabs the bar and sits upright anyway and 2.) the wrist strap is only on the left side. I’m right hand dominant but would like to switch up which hand holds the stroller when jogging. Apart from these the stroller is awesome and baby and I love going out with it!

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  13. Nicholas Bilyk

    I wanted a jogging stroller with a brake that I could rollerblade with safely. [I’m not advocating using this for rollerblading, this is a don’t-try-this-at-home kind of warning]The front wheel has a nice pseudo-lock mechanism to it so you can switch from walking/maneuverable to running/limited turning mode.The wheels are the perfect size, glides easily and silently.It seems very well made, the material has held up to the sun, the canopy and ventilation is great.The braking works well enough for rollerblading, you have to turn it pretty hard though. Wouldn’t be able to stop you going down a hill if you had any speed.There have been complaints about the latch breaking when you lift it when it’s folded, so I’ve been very careful not to put all the weight on the latch when lifting. I haven’t had problems with it, but I could see how that could break if you weren’t careful.The stroller folds up very easily (took a little getting used to though), and the handlebars adjust easily, which makes it very easy to fit in the trunk and adjust for height. That’s very important because I’m both fairly tall (6′) and when I’m on rollerblades I get another 4″. My wife is much shorter so the handlebars have a large comfort range.Next up is the storage area. No water bottle holder, but the storage base is very nice. It both has velcro for quick in and out and a zipper if you wanted to seal the whole thing up.Worth the price, using it every day!

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  14. From my experienceFrom my experience

    TLDR; great for jogging with easily adjustable push bar and suspension for the kid, good for everyday use but watch out for narrow passageways.I was looking for a jogging stroller for weekend short runs with the then 11 mo, and was impressed by the Wirecutter review so have a few months experience and runs on roads with the stroller before I wrote this review.What I liked: the stroller is highly maneuverable which is great for moving around, and feels well built with inflatable tires and adjustablity for the harness and push bar. When running the front wheel locks quickly and moves easily and the handbrake is engaged easily to slow down when running downhill. There is ample storage under the seat and a mesh pocket in the seat back for a water bottle. When running you have no chance of hitting the back of the stroller as the distance of the pushbar creates a safe zone.What I didn’t like: this is a big stroller and my worry for everyday use is basically will it fit. Compared to a normal stroller the wheel base at the rear is wider and the overall length is longer, this has meant some problems when entering narrow doorways and small elevators. The other concerns is cleaning the seat, as there’s no obvious way to remove the fabric for cleaning in the wash and the seat incline, because of the design of the seat the kid will always be on an incline and not upright.I love this stroller and recommend getting the bumper bar so your kid can grab on for support during runs. There are issues with a stroller this size for urban use but it’s an excellent jogging stroller

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  15. NatureLover

    Update: I started running with it and it was great at first. After the first 10 miles (2 runs on pavement), I noticed when I took off the wheel lock, the front wheel wobbled terribly when I would walk a certain speed. It wobbles EXACTLY like others have mentioned and posted videos about. It is beyond the return window and I figured this would be a possibility after having read so many reviews about this happening. I could live with it because it didn’t do it with the wheel lock on while I ran (primary use). So, when I walked with the lock off, I just slowed it down a bit and it didn’t wobble so bad.However, after maybe a week of running a total of approximately 25 miles…this stroller would NOT ROLL STRAIGHT with the wheel lock on. It continuously pulled to the right and left. I kept stopping every 6 feet to readjust the alignment. Then I realized that something must be loose/faulty because when I ran far enough, it would pull to the right and then to the left and back again on its own without me attempting to adjust it. The adjustment dial also had a lot of play in it. It was a constant fight to keep it on the pavement.If this stroller deteriorated this drastically in only a week and 25 miles worth of runs, I cannot imagine it will last much longer. It is becoming a huge safety hazard and an enormous burden while using it. I am extremely disappointed but I should have known better. I felt like I could live with the wobble because it didn’t do it while running with the wheel lock on. But now, I can’t even run with this thing without expending all my energy trying to keep it on the sidewalk! If I take the lock off, it wobbles terribly and shakes my baby and it scares him.It is a jogging stroller and as such, one should be able to actually jog with it. Yet, this has failed as both a walking stroller as well as a jogging stroller. I wish I still loved it, but now I can’t even use the damn thing. It’s a waste.Initial review: I really love this stroller. However, it did take 2 returns to receive one that didn’t have any defects. Because of the exchanges I can’t give 5 stars (the first two were not awesome). The first one had a super wobbly front wheel and the whole stroller would sway and wobble. The second one had the same issue, plus there was rubbing/friction around the housings of the back wheels (would squeak and there was black gunk where the housing was being worn away by the friction). We figured maybe it was just bad luck with the first two and wanted to try one last time. Amazon was GREAT about the exchanges! Their customer service was incredibly helpful.The third stroller was/is great. Super smooth and great during walks. We also got the Chicco car seat adapter and it works perfectly. It’s probably too big to run errands with and takes up a lot of space in the car (need to fold down our third row seats in suv to fit it in back), but excellent for around the neighborhood or on certain trails. The handle is extremely comfortable for both my husband and I. At first, I thought the hand break would be somewhat useless but I actually found that I use it quite a bit coming down hills and am so glad to have it. My baby isn’t quite old enough to run with me yet, but I have no doubts that this stroller won’t perform well. I do wish there was a built-in cup holder, but it’s not too problematic just to stash a water bottle in the spacious basket beneath the seat.When the product doesn’t have any manufacturing defects, it is a wonderful stroller and our favorite so far. But beware that there are some lemons out there. Again, Amazon was great about the exchanges and we’re very happy that we tried one last time.

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  16. ChristinaChristina

    I really like this stroller. I go on long daily walks/jogs so I needed a good quality double jogger. The seats are pretty shallow but my two little ones fit well in it and as long as they are buckled in there’s no slipping out. I’ll have to see how comfortable it is when they get older. I like the height of the seats as my toddlers are way above average for height but have plenty of room. My 2.5 year old is the same size as an average 4 year old. It can turn on a dime, jogs straight, and is really easy to push even while running up hill. The hand brake has saved me many times and is super convenient. The bottom basket is a great size and I love that I can undo the top to put in larger items that would otherwise not fit. It reclines fully so my youngest can sleep well, and even though many say the default recline is awkward my kids haven’t complained. If your child likes to sit fully upright at 90 degrees it may bother them. I added my own shade extenders on it because my fair skinned babies burn easily even with sunscreen (go figure), and it’s too hot for pants. I know someone complained about the shades popping up but I found that once fully extended you have to pull a little until you feel a gentle “pop”. It locks in place and didn’t budge my entire 5 mile run. If I didn’t pull it down to feel the “pop” it would come slightly loose as they had mentioned. My only complaint is some of the designs. The Thule logo on the front rubbed off on my daughters leg! As you can see from my photos one day it’s there, the other it’s not. I had to scrub the residue off her leg and the stroller. For over $700 I’d expect better quality on that aspect.

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  17. Chris Bateman

    I’ve used the stroller a couple of months now.Hours of research went into finding a good jogging stroller for my 1 yr old twins. I bought both the Thule and the BOB to compare side-by-side since it was down to those two. It was a no-brainer. Thule was so much better built. My Husband knows nothing about jogging strollers but he said just the sturdiness of the sun shades alone sold him. It feels really solid and it’s smaller than the BOB which we liked.Things that sold me:-magnetic peek-through windows-solid and sturdy-one-handed fold-water resistant storage underneath-multiple adjustable handle heights-option of swivel or locked front wheel-sturdy shades with expandable few inches-hand break (not on BOB) and foot break-easy harness-sleek design-babies head doesn’t get caught in the sun shade fabric while not in use (it did on the BOB)-add ons like the parent console with 2 cup holders and a zippered pouch, mesh bug cover and rain cover (I own them all)-Easy to lay babies down almost flat (could be done even if they are nodding off) undisturbedThings I don’t like:-no magnets to keep the peek-through windows open. You can roll them in themselves, but it would have been too easy to have magnets to keep the window open and not just using magnets to keep the window closed-front wheel is starting to wobble in swivel position-the seats could use more depth and be in a more upright position. That’s probably the biggest flaw. The BOB has a one-up on this aspect. My babies still seem comfortable and don’t fuss during jogsOverall I would recommend it highly. I just wish they would deepen the seats and adjust the incline to have an option to be more upright. That’s why I rated it with 4/5 stars

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  18. Nicholas Bilyk

    I wanted a jogging stroller with a brake that I could rollerblade with safely. [I’m not advocating using this for rollerblading, this is a don’t-try-this-at-home kind of warning]The front wheel has a nice pseudo-lock mechanism to it so you can switch from walking/maneuverable to running/limited turning mode.The wheels are the perfect size, glides easily and silently.It seems very well made, the material has held up to the sun, the canopy and ventilation is great.The braking works well enough for rollerblading, you have to turn it pretty hard though. Wouldn’t be able to stop you going down a hill if you had any speed.There have been complaints about the latch breaking when you lift it when it’s folded, so I’ve been very careful not to put all the weight on the latch when lifting. I haven’t had problems with it, but I could see how that could break if you weren’t careful.The stroller folds up very easily (took a little getting used to though), and the handlebars adjust easily, which makes it very easy to fit in the trunk and adjust for height. That’s very important because I’m both fairly tall (6′) and when I’m on rollerblades I get another 4″. My wife is much shorter so the handlebars have a large comfort range.Next up is the storage area. No water bottle holder, but the storage base is very nice. It both has velcro for quick in and out and a zipper if you wanted to seal the whole thing up.Worth the price, using it every day!

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  19. Amazon Customer

    Yes, it is a good stroller, but because it lacks several important features, I think it is way overpriced. First of all, there is no stroller organizer there and no “table attachment” for the baby included, you have to buy it yourself. Many other strollers in this class (like Schwinn, for example), have those things. Next, it doesn’t stand upright once it is folded for storage. You can put it upright somehow, but is not steady and is not supposed to be this way. The mesh/plastic window is weird. Why does it have mesh when it already has a plastic cover? It only obstructs the view of the baby. I mean, it is a nice stroller, but lacks few a useful features that are present in other similar, but much less expensive strollers.

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  20. Dallin Peterson

    We had the single Thule jogging stroller from 2017 and loved everything about it and just bought the double with our second child. In my opinion the Thule looks so much more sleek than the BOB but I’ve never actually run with the BOB to compare. The Thule is so smooth for running and walking and does great on hard packed trails too. We use it daily. But we do have a separate stroller that folds smaller and has different seat options/easier car seat attachment for in and out of the car and shopping and such. The Thule folds easily but as expected is still fairly large folded. It’s wide of course but fits through a standard doorway. We have the organizer which is great. The rain cover is also awesome but can’t be used while the organizer is on. Others have complained about the seat recline and it not sitting up as far as their children would like, that’s never bothered us. My 3 year old is probably just used to it but I don’t think it’s an issue at all. And I love the recline for our 4 month old. Both kids are happy and comfortable the whole run/walk. Would definitely recommend!

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  21. Daniel MG

    Purchased a year ago, used lightly. We ran into horrible customer service with the company on another item, and we no longer trust them for any safety issues. I’d return this if it were possible, and will definitely not recommend any Thule products.For this item, the major issue that I had is that the backrest is much too low and the footrest is too small. The child ends up essentially laying out with a small space to fit their feet, or the legs end up off to the sides (unsafe).

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  22. The B Tribe

    I’ve owned literally dozens of strollers and gotten rid of most. This is the CADILLAC of all strollers. Yes, it is an investment. But is it worth it? You won’t be disappointed. My two year old and 5 year old both ride in it like a dream. MOM CAN RUN & THEY LOVE IT! It sits up higher than other strollers which I think makes it a more enjoyable ride for them. It also folds easily ONE HANDED and the wheels pop off. We can easily fit in my trunk or roof topper. Don’t waste your time or money looking elsewhere – buy!! Also, check out Amazon Warehouse for their open box deals and returns – a win win for a little savings and ensuring returns aren’t junked!

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  23. Briggsadoon

    This stroller has been a dream come true! It is expensive, but it is the best stroller I’ve ever used! It is easy to maneuver, the hand brake has already been used multiple times, just going around the neighborhood on walks, and the suspension is totally worth it! Our neighborhood has a lot of cracks in the sidewalk, and uneven pavement from tree roots sticking up. This stroller handles all that like a pro! It is also so compact it fits easily in my trunk (with the wheels off), and putting it back together is only a minor inconvenience. We did not buy the accessories, but got a discounted SkipHop holder for my phone/water bottle and it’s been holding up really well. Not sure all of the thule accessories are necessary, but will probably invest in the infant converter for the next one!

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  24. dimples

    I love this stroller so far. It’s light and easy to push. It looks sleek and modern and many people compliment on how “nice” our stroller looks. I can easily push it with one hand. Running with it is a dream. Buying the console gives you good storage. My toddler likes the additional snack tray purchase. Sun shade is big. There’s even mesh pockets on the sides of the seat so my daughter can store a toy or two next to her. There’s a mesh pocket behind the seat. I forgot a banana in there, folded the stroller, and the banana was fresh and unbruised the next day. It’s pretty easy and intuitive to adjust the seat straps.My only complaints are very specific to my needs/preferences (mostly that I want my jogging stroller to also be my every day stroller):1. The seat’s most upright position is slightly reclined. My daughter wants to sit all the way upright and so she is hesitant to get in the stroller for this reason. I understand that this is so the baby doesn’t get whiplash from sudden starts and stops on a run, but since I like to use this stroller for everyday errands, I wish it could go completely upright. I read that the 2016 BOB now includes a complete upright position, so I hope one day Thule does the same.2. The stroller feels very LONG. I brought this stroller to Disneyland and it just felt slightly too big…not because of it’s girth or profile (which are very sleek), but simply because of the length. It takes careful thought to maneuver in tight spaces, though the actual pushing and turning is very smooth, light and easy.3. The placement of the back two wheels feel slightly WIDE when indoors (yes I took this into a restaurant) and in crowds. Similar to my last point…the silhouette of the stroller seat is slim, it’s just the wheel placement that sticks far out in front and a little wide in the back. If I wasn’t mindful, I would accidentally bump into things. I wonder if the wheel placement has something to do with the aerodynamics of the running stroller? If so I’m not complaining.My dream is that Thule (are you reading this Thule?) would consider a model with front and back wheels that sit more underneath the child seat instead of sticking out as much, and a more upright sitting position. Then this would be the ultimate only-stroller-you-ever-need-in-life stroller.

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  25. Mrs Z

    For any mom who is deciding between the Thule and the BOB, your search is OVER!! What originally sold me was the warranty and the 3 lb difference. I can’t tell you how happy I am about this purchase. I run/walk up to 50 miles a week and this stroller is worth every penny. It is so light weight, goes over sidewalks like a breeze and can do a 360 with one hand. The carriage is not as narrow as others have claimed to be, that was my biggest concern. The style is sleek and folds very easily. It is a tight squeeze in doorways, but it DOES FIT. This stroller is worth every penny. Treat yourself to this stroller and don’t look back

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  26. Kathleen M.

    I love every feature of this stroller. Large sun shield. Unbelievably easy setup (kept reading the manual thinking I missed something. Every component you need to adjust is a vibrant blue, so it’s easy to spot. Easy to use twist handbrake. Great push. Simple one handed fold, and you can stand upright when folded if the handlebar is in the right spot (halfway folded down). Amazing design. Wish I bought it years ago. Can’t wait to try out on my commute (jog then train and jog again) to see how it holds up.

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  27. Dallin Peterson

    We had the single Thule jogging stroller from 2017 and loved everything about it and just bought the double with our second child. In my opinion the Thule looks so much more sleek than the BOB but I’ve never actually run with the BOB to compare. The Thule is so smooth for running and walking and does great on hard packed trails too. We use it daily. But we do have a separate stroller that folds smaller and has different seat options/easier car seat attachment for in and out of the car and shopping and such. The Thule folds easily but as expected is still fairly large folded. It’s wide of course but fits through a standard doorway. We have the organizer which is great. The rain cover is also awesome but can’t be used while the organizer is on. Others have complained about the seat recline and it not sitting up as far as their children would like, that’s never bothered us. My 3 year old is probably just used to it but I don’t think it’s an issue at all. And I love the recline for our 4 month old. Both kids are happy and comfortable the whole run/walk. Would definitely recommend!

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  28. Briggsadoon

    This stroller has been a dream come true! It is expensive, but it is the best stroller I’ve ever used! It is easy to maneuver, the hand brake has already been used multiple times, just going around the neighborhood on walks, and the suspension is totally worth it! Our neighborhood has a lot of cracks in the sidewalk, and uneven pavement from tree roots sticking up. This stroller handles all that like a pro! It is also so compact it fits easily in my trunk (with the wheels off), and putting it back together is only a minor inconvenience. We did not buy the accessories, but got a discounted SkipHop holder for my phone/water bottle and it’s been holding up really well. Not sure all of the thule accessories are necessary, but will probably invest in the infant converter for the next one!

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  29. DTH

    We decided to go with the less proven stroller (Thule) over the world renowned BOB because we truly thought it was the better stroller and would serve our need better. After only a few light uses with our twins, the front wheel started wobbling randomly when we walk with the wheel in the unlocked position. We have yet to run with the stroller, only light walking on sidewalks. The wheel wobble has only gotten worse and more frequent and it shakes the stroller enough that our kids get shaken back and forth. Multiple emails and calls to Thule support have resulted in absolutely nothing.This is an awesome stroller outside of the front wheel wobble, but with that being the case it definitely is not worth the price tag, especially when backed with such poor customer support.

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  30. Chels

    I have ran with this stroller for the past 2 months before leaving a review. I can promise you, this is the best running stroller out there. I have two kids (4 & 3 years old- roughly around 30 lbs each) and it is still sooooo smooth and easy to run with. And when I say run, I’m talking anywhere up to 3.5 miles per run.The kids have mentioned so many times how this stroller is way more comfortable than our previous 3 other brands of jogging strollers. My husband loves the adjustable handle that makes it easy for him to change the height of the bar. He also loves how light it is, the sun protections for the kids and how easy to fold it is.Personally I love the little knob that allows you to pivot the wheel when locked so that it is *JUST* right for my turns. I run on a very curved path so having that help is so nice. I do find the basket a bit hard to use (we love the plastic liner at the bottom though!!!!), so I just got a couple hooks and a bag to hold my things at the top. The visors are very sturdy and shield most of my kids’ bodies. I am only 5″2 and can easily open, close, and load this into my suv.I know that everyone is gonna say the price is the downfall, but for us wasting money on crappy strollers before this one was the real downfall. If anything happens to this one and my kids still fit it, I will 100% buy another.

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  31. Emily See

    This is a fantastic jogger, practically moves itself! I did a fair amount of research before purchasing. Love that it has a hand break—essential for downhill. Wish the seat could adjust a bit more upright but my understanding is that this is tied to safety. While I avoid pushing this through a grocery store (long), it’s great for long walks and anything on uneven ground. Very smooth ride. I somehow still have to think about how to open it when I use but the fold is super easy.

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  32. A&C

    We bought this for our twins to replace a fixed-wheel model of a BOB. After owning both, this is the winner hands down. It is exceptionally well built and beats the BOB significantly on sturdiness of some parts (such as the canopies) and ease of fold. THIS IS LITERALLY A ONE HANDED FOLD!!! It couldn’t be easier. Popping the wheels off for travel and storage is a breeze and the zippered storage compartment is a plus. It is amazing to push – it practically pushes itself. We were torn going with the new kid on the block vs the tried and true BOB (non fixed wheel this time!), but we would pick this one over again a million times. Thule made themselves a strong competitor to the beloved BOB and stepped the game up. Our only complaint is the lack of accessories available and the underwhelming parent console.Buy this stroller – you won’t be disappointed!!!

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  33. Austin Bitner

    I wouldn’t suggest spending this amount of money for a stroller. Within a week the locking mechanism that holds the stroller together while closed broke off. This has caused several scratches on the back of my wife’s SUV. Then, a few weeks later, the support rod for the sun shade punctured through the fabric and is within inches of where my daughters head is while in the stroller. Not a very thought out design. The stroller looks high speed but rolls just the same as a $100 stroller. Save your money for formula and diapers.

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  34. Andrea

    Really wanted this stroller to be the stroller. It was wayyyyy too small for my 3 year old let alone 5 year old companion. Literally this stroller is for jogging only! This is not a lets go to Disney stroller which is what I needed. I’m very sad to return it and pay for shipping back. Don’t know why I pay for prime if I have to loose 50 dollars in an item to return it. Pretty sad! However if you need a jogging stroller for babies this is it! Great quality I just don’t know why anyone would need such a HUGE bulky stroller with only 5 inches of butt space for your little. No thanks.

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  35. Ellen

    Extremely easy to assemble and pop wheels on/off for travel. Folds and unfolds easily (much like the single jogger). It has a smaller feel to it than the Double Bob, which was important to me. I didn’t want a massive double stroller. That being said, it has plenty of storage under the seats and mesh storage behind each child’s seat back. The seats recline, it’s not the easiest process once the child is in the seat but not a deal-breaker for us. Also has nice sun shades that go up and down individually. The stroller is so easy to push and maneuver. We love this stroller.

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  36. From my experienceFrom my experience

    TLDR; great for jogging with easily adjustable push bar and suspension for the kid, good for everyday use but watch out for narrow passageways.I was looking for a jogging stroller for weekend short runs with the then 11 mo, and was impressed by the Wirecutter review so have a few months experience and runs on roads with the stroller before I wrote this review.What I liked: the stroller is highly maneuverable which is great for moving around, and feels well built with inflatable tires and adjustablity for the harness and push bar. When running the front wheel locks quickly and moves easily and the handbrake is engaged easily to slow down when running downhill. There is ample storage under the seat and a mesh pocket in the seat back for a water bottle. When running you have no chance of hitting the back of the stroller as the distance of the pushbar creates a safe zone.What I didn’t like: this is a big stroller and my worry for everyday use is basically will it fit. Compared to a normal stroller the wheel base at the rear is wider and the overall length is longer, this has meant some problems when entering narrow doorways and small elevators. The other concerns is cleaning the seat, as there’s no obvious way to remove the fabric for cleaning in the wash and the seat incline, because of the design of the seat the kid will always be on an incline and not upright.I love this stroller and recommend getting the bumper bar so your kid can grab on for support during runs. There are issues with a stroller this size for urban use but it’s an excellent jogging stroller

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  37. Zika

    Love my Thule stroller. Wanted to get back in shape after baby and the Peg Pergo Team I have is too heavy and hard to push for walks around the neighborhood. The front two wheels wobbled way too much for comfort when walking fast with it. I researched the Thule and BOB strollers and at the end chose Thule and so happy I did! My toddler loves when I wheel it out because he knows he’s going to the park. He has even climbed into it all by himself and sat down waiting for me to buckle him in. It is super lightweight and agile! I love that it can be folded with one hand and it is very easy to do so. I also like that the larger back wheels can be removed quite easily to put In tight places like a car trunk. My only complaints are that 1.) my toddler can’t sit all the way upright as there’s always a little recline in the forward most setting and he often grabs the bar and sits upright anyway and 2.) the wrist strap is only on the left side. I’m right hand dominant but would like to switch up which hand holds the stroller when jogging. Apart from these the stroller is awesome and baby and I love going out with it!

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  38. Mrs Z

    For any mom who is deciding between the Thule and the BOB, your search is OVER!! What originally sold me was the warranty and the 3 lb difference. I can’t tell you how happy I am about this purchase. I run/walk up to 50 miles a week and this stroller is worth every penny. It is so light weight, goes over sidewalks like a breeze and can do a 360 with one hand. The carriage is not as narrow as others have claimed to be, that was my biggest concern. The style is sleek and folds very easily. It is a tight squeeze in doorways, but it DOES FIT. This stroller is worth every penny. Treat yourself to this stroller and don’t look back

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    Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller
    Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller

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