Eddie Bauer Endurance is a budget-friendly jogging stroller that is designed for on-the-go parents who want to get a basic jogger for a reasonable price. These days not many people have $500 for a fancy jogging stroller full of luxury features. The Edurance model is not only affordable, but also has a lot of great features. It rolls on three large air-filled tires that can go through any kind of terrain. The ‘follow-the-sun’ canopy isn’t big, but will provide your child with enough shade. The roomy seat has a one-hand recline and a mesh window at the top of the seat that provides nice air circulation.
The stroller is designed for children from 6 months and up to 50 lbs, but if you want to use for a newborn, covert it into a travel system. This buggy comes with a large easy to access basket that fits a large diaper bag. You will be pleasantly surprised to see a parent console and a child’s tray included. The fold is very easy and since this baby weighs only 21 lbs, you’ll have no problem lifting and loading it into the trunk.
I gave it 4 out of 5 stars because while this stroller doesn’t have many luxury features like adjustable leg rest, large canopy, peekaboo window, adjustable handle bar, or deep recline, it is very affordable, compact, and very light for a jogging stroller. The only real draw back is the short seat back with the mesh at the top, because if you have a taller child, you won’t be able to use the recline. It retails for around $200 on Amazon (free shipping/free returns and no sales tax) and it comes with a snack tray and parent organizer.