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  • Extendable padded handlebar allows for increased stride length when jogging
  • S.I.T. seat eliminates tangled straps and simplifies taking the child in and out of the stroller; seat is machine washable
  • Single, centered adjustment strap ensures a level recline for the child and offers enhanced seating comfort in any position
  • Adjustable padded seat has a 5-point harness to keep child securely in seat
  • Extendable canopy offers plenty of shade and retracts out of the way when not in use; peek-through window allows easy passenger viewing
  • 1-handed folding and locking mechanism for easy and quick folding; wheels remain on the ground when folded, allowing the stroller to be rolled instead of carried
  • All adjustment touch points are easily visible in bright yellow
  • Coil-spring suspension system provides a smooth ride
  • Front swivel-wheel easily locks into position for increased stability while jogging
  • Tough, impact-resistant polymer rear wheels are outfitted with inflatable tires that roll smoothly on a variety of surfaces
  • Extra-large cargo compartment for extra clothes, diaper bag and food
  • Padded handlebar with safety strap; foot-actuated parking brake
  • Capacity: up to 75 lbs. (34kg) for occupant plus cargo weight; maximum occupant height: 44 in. (112cm)
  • Solstice is tested to US and European Stroller Safety standards, ASTM F833-13b and EN1888:2012
  • Solstice and Solstice accessories are chemically tested to meet US and European requirements
  • Accessorize the stroller with a bunting bag, car seat adapter, handlebar console, rolling travel case, snack bowl and cup holder, and weather shield (all sold separately)


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Best Use Fitness
Seating Capacity 1
Weight Capacity (lbs) 75 pounds
Parking Brake Yes
Adjustable Handle Yes
Reclinable Seat(s) Yes
Dimensions 54 x 26 x 44 inches
Folded Dimensions 43.5 x 26 x 17 inches
Front Wheel Diameter (in.) 12.5 inches
Rear Wheel Diameter (in.) 16 inches
Weight 29 pounds
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great stroller The solstice is a great stroller. They thought of a lot of great details, like the easy front wheel lockout, simple fold down, easy to use parking brake. The stroller rolls really really smoothly and absorbs road bumps easily. I have a newborn, so I need to use the car seat attachment. I wish that they had specific accessories for the popular car seat systems. The adaptor attaches to the stroller securely, but the car seat is held in by a strap. It's secure enough, but less convenient than if my seat could click into a bracket. That's the only negative, though, and it won't be an issue once my son gets big enough to ride in the stroller seat.
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE this stroller! This is an amazing jogging stroller. Super easy to maneuver and your kiddo has an awesome ride (doesn't sit back in a cage like in other jogging strollers). It's easy to transport and has lots of space. The only thing that would make it absolutely perfect is if it had an activity tray. They do sell snack and cup holders that go on the sides but I like the one that goes in front like a tray (so that my kiddo can sit straight up without being strapped in for slow walks where she's snacking). I keep checking accessories just in case they come out with one. For any expecting mama who is considering this -- get this sucker for your all in one stroller!!
Date published: 2015-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best option available We've kicked around the idea of upgrading our stroller for a long time. Everybody of course says the BOB is the way to go, but when compared side by side the Burley is much better in my opinion for our use. Much better gear basket for use in trips in the city and even for tossing a strider bike in for those walks that your toddler wants to ride a little. The adjustable handle, the better wheel lock and wheel truing mechanism really make this thing great. We got the handlebar console which I wish was just included. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is the first one we got had an issue with the front wheel, but REI is so good with exchanges it wasn't a problem.
Date published: 2015-09-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not all It's cracked up to be This is not what I expected from a Burley product and for the price. 1. Stroller wheel position knob stopped working after 6 months. As a result the stroller in not able to be used as a jogging stroller because the wheel no longer locks in position. 2. Elastic compartments are stretched out. This happened rather quickly. 3. Very loud squeaky sounds while pushing the stroller (sounded like metal was rubbing) together. 4. Straps became too small for our 2.5 year old even after extending them as far as they can go. Very disappointed because we basically have a very expensive stroller that we can no longer use.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the Burley! Although our baby is only one-month old, the Burley has been so amazing in every way. It is mobile through any type of terrain, easily packable in our car and provides comfort to our child as she falls soundly asleep each time. Living in Oregon, the rain cover provides the perfect protection from the elements, allowing her to remain dry with every trip. We are so happy we have our Burley and cannot image any other stroller.
Date published: 2015-04-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure I made a good decision As a first time parent, I had no idea how soon my baby would want to see everything that is passing by and he can't see out of the stroller at all because of the amazing sun protection (also important for us in Sunny San Diego). I also need to find out if there is a snack tray accessory. I have only used it a handful of times in the almost year we have had it. It also takes up every square inch in the back of our VW Jetta wagon. It is not great for schlepping around in the car if you have anything else to carry. I do love the carrying space for stuff underneath and have not sold it, hoping that as our son grows and we do more big trips we will use it more
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Strolls Royce of jogging strollers! I've had my Burley for over a year and a half and love it! I use it daily on bumpy country roads and it has held up so well. My son loves it and so does my husband. I am 5'3" and my husband is 6'4" and we can both use it very comfortably with the easy adjustment handle. The storage space is huge and the stroller is easy to fold and unfold. I did a side by side comparison of the Burley and the Bob before purchasing and Burley was the clear winner. The I wish Burley made a double as we are due with another baby soon. I am going to be sad to have to put my Burley aside and try to find a double that is as quality as the Burley.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than BOB - Hands Down! I'm not typically one to write reviews, but I researched jogging strollers for months and tried out several, so I thought I would pay it forward and leave a review for this amazing stroller. First, I should say that I've tried out several jogging strollers that belong to my friends. The Bob Revolution Pro and SE, the Baby Jogger Summit X3 and several others. They're great strollers, but the Solstice is really top notch. Here's where the Solstice edges out its competition: - BY FAR the best feature is the seat and harness, which use a new technology that's not only comfortable for the baby, but SUPER easy for the parents. This was the deciding factor, among many, for me. - The storage space is about twice the size of the BOB and others - great use of space. - The material is just better, more sturdy and looks solid. Also, it uses magnets where BOB and others use velcro. Genius. - One hand recline. Just ask parents who've tried to recline a sleeping baby with two hands in their BOB. No more sleepy baby. - One hand fold that locks easily and has the option to stand up or to stay folded on its wheels. - The switch between the swivel and fixed wheel is super easy as opposed to the BOB where you risk pinching or losing a finger. To be fair, here's what I wish the Solstice did better... - There's no handbrake. I think handbrakes are sort of pointless as I run on hills and holding the stroller is just as easy as pulling the handbrake, but I suppose it's nice to have. - I wish there was a button to switch from swivel to fixed wheel that I could access on the handlebar. Nobody makes this, so I can't fault Burley. - That's it. If you're undecided between BOB and some of the other top brands, go with Burley. Check it out at REI and I guarantee you'll agree with me.
Date published: 2015-04-05
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Does this product have a companion car seat and adapter? I realize it will be sold separately but I'm having trouble finding it

Asked by: Needanap
We do sell the Burley Solstice Car Seat Adapter. You can find it by clicking on the link below.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

I am wondering if you are able to fold the stroller with the car seat adapter attached, or must you remove it to fold the stroller?

Asked by: link33
I have the snack trays and leave them in place when I fold it
Answered by: Julie
Date published: 2017-02-21

Is there a minimum age/weight recommendation? I have a 3month old who weighs 12lbs. Do I have to use a baby carrier and the adapter or can I put her directly in the stroller?

Asked by: Gullibelz
It is recommended your child can fully support their head before riding in the stroller without an infant carrier; this is especially important when using the stroller for jogging.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-27

Is there any information on when a double version of this will be debuted? Or any kit sold to make this a double ? I tried this out today while looking for a new BOB and I love it

Asked by: AlainaNtony
At the moment, Burley does not have any plans to make a double version of the Solstice Stroller. They only way to get a Burley double stroller would be to purchase one of their bike trailers and purchase the jogging kit separately.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

The back tire is flat and I can't seem to find a hole. Where do I get a replacement? 

Asked by: Booper
Burley has replacement wheels, tires and tubes for the Solstice Stroller available on their website.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-01

What temperature would be appropriate to use the bunting bag? I don't want the baby to get too warm. If it's 50 degrees outside, would the baby be comfortable assuming she's dressed in relatively warm clothing (hoodie and sweatpants)?

Asked by: kikimomma
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