When you're parents expecting their first child, you probably have a list of necessary equipment: diaper bag, bottles, stroller. Modern parents, however, might be struck by the fact that these basic pieces of parenting equipment aren't so basic anymore. From tactical diaper bags to the subject of this post, the all-terrain stroller, you have more options than ever before.
On the surface, strollers are a pretty basic piece of equipment, but the needs of parents have evolved. Sure, you can take your child for a leisurely walk down a paved sidewalk, but what if you don't have a paved sidewalk, or want something more exciting? An all-terrain stroller gives you the ability to go on beaches, through forest paths, and over rocky terrain in a way a jogging or traditional stroller can't.
So the question is - do you need an all-terrain stroller? I can tell you from personal, real world experience you absolutely do. In fact, most people who are considering a jogging stroller actually need an all terrain stroller instead.
Let's take a look at what separates them from the rest of the pack, and why you absolutely need one if you plan on doing anything even remotely adventurous on your child's walks.