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The aluminum-framed Maclaren Triumph 2010/2011 Stroller is a great choice for older kids who don’t need all the bells and whistles of a bigger stroller. It's lightweight, great for travel, and still offers the excellent quality and durability for which Maclaren products are known.
The Maclaren Triumph has a nicely padded seat and offers varying seat recline positions for your child’s comfort. The Triumph accommodates kids as young as 3 months, and up to 55 pounds. This makes the stroller a great lightweight option for everyday use and traveling. The stroller has double swivel wheels in front that make the Triumph very versatile. If you are going for a nice walk, you can lock them in place. Heading to a busy market? Simply unlock the wheels so that they can swivel easily.
Like all of the Maclaren stroller models, the Triumph has a 5-point harness that offers supreme safety. It also comes with a rain cover which is essential for cloudy, drizzly days. Because you need all the hands you can get, there is a handy shoulder strap that allows you to carry the Triumph hands-free when it's folded. Welcome to the world of options.
The ultimate safety feature for strollers
Lightweight design, compact umbrella fold
Perfect for no-fuss traveling
High-performance aluminum frame
Durable design lasts for years
Removable washable seat
Easy to keep clean
Multiple position seat recline with adjusting strap
Perfect for napping, comfort
Handy mesh shopping basket
Can hold your purse or baby essentials
5 second one-hand fold
Allows you to hold your baby while folding stroller
Features contoured, foam-insulated handles
Lockable front swivel wheels
Nice for long walks around town
Central foot brake
Easy to engage, no hands needed
Water-resistant hood, includes a rain cover
Great for rain showers and wind
Lightweight, Easy To Steer, Easy to Set Up, Sturdy, Easily Stowed, Comfortable
Not much recline
I bought this stroller for trips to the city. Has a great strap to carry it on an off the trains, small and easy to maneuver through crowds, slight recline if my son falls asleep, and lightweight. Works great for all those reasons. Recline is very slight though and not suitable for a newborn or younger infant. Also, the latch that keeps it closed for storage/carrying broke while flying and was a pain to get repaired since the closest repair center to DC is in NYC.