As you know, I am obsessed with strollers and a “stroller snob” of sorts. I love having the latest and greatest when it comes to strollers and love that baby girl rides in style everywhere we go. I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy all the stroller compliments we receive when we are out. I am extremely fortunate to be able to test out so many fabulous strollers and love bringing you guys reviews of my favorites.
One of my favorite, high end baby gear companies is Peg Perego. Their products are stylish, modern, and made with all the best and most useful features. Eizabeth over at Being MVP was able to test out the Peg Perego Skate Modular System and you can read her full review here.
The Skate System is designed for those who seek quality, safe materials, all-italian production and innovative design: the very values to which Peg Perego aspires in manufacturing its products. This 3 piece system transposes easily to an ultra comfortable pram or a reversible full functional stroller. High performing chassis with modular piece height adjustments, cup holder, centralized brake, suspension and ball bearings, basket/carry-all with handles and height adjustable handle bar all enhance the functionality of the stroller seat and pram.
The reversible stroller seat can face forward or backward, with multiple positionTilt-n-spacerecline. The pram is free standing with adjustable backrest for comfort. The hood and foot muff may be used with either the ultra comfortable pram or the reversible, highly functional stroller. The Skate system easily converts into a travel system. The Primo Viaggio SIP 30-30 (sold separately) attaches directly to the chassis, using the included car seat adaptors. Moving your child from the car to the Skate chassis is a simple click and off youSkateto the store.
For some great action pictures and an in depth review, head over to Being MVP!
The Peg Perego Skate is available in 4 fabric options and sells for $799.99.
One lucky Mama B reader is going to win a Skate stroller curtsey of Peg Perego!
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