With over 18 possible configurations you can make the City Select work for your family.
Front facing, parent facing, sibling facing: whatever you need.
Add a Second Seat to make it a double. Throw in a Glider Board and you’ve got a triple.
The City Select™ offers parents the unique opportunity to customise their stroller into 16 different combinations to suit their family needs.
The City Select™ by Baby Jogger is a one-of-a-kind Multi functional stroller that allows parents to mix and match seats, bassinets, and car seats to customise their stroller. The City Select™ starts with a single capacity stroller but expands to a double by using a unique patented attachment method.
As your family grows, simply snap in a second seat and your ready to take on the town in stylish convenience. With Baby Jogger’s famous Quick Fold Technology this stroller’s convenience is only doubled by making it the only in-line stroller to fold flat in one simple step.
- Patented Quick-Fold Technology – allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
- Innovative multi-functional design allows you to select your seating arrangement up to 16 unique combinations (with double conversion kits – sold separately)
- Hand operated parking brake
- 12″ forever-air rear and 8″ lightweight front wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings
- Swivel front wheels for quick and agile maneuverability can lock into place for long distance strolling
- Multi-position seat recline for passenger comfort
- Multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window and adjustable head height
- Adjustable 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover
- Multi-position foot well tilt adds leg support
- Telescoping handlebar with wipe clean grip
- Seat back storage compartment and large under seat basket
- Secure fold latch for easy transportation or storage
- 20 kg weight capacity / per seat
Not intended for jogging
Norms: ASTM standard F833 (American Society for Testing and Materials) / European standard EN-1888:2012 / CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008)