- Room in the seat
- Sturdy frame
- Large hood
- Not the smallest
Sper spacious and goes over any terrain we've met. Recommended for any age.
- strap recline
- fabric getting in the seat
- good value for the money
I am not a fan of the strap recline/incline; it is rather hard to put the child back to a sitting position (I need 3 hands). I also am not fond of the fabric of the rear side getting into the seat space when adjusting the seat to a sitting position. Otherwise it’s fine for the price - spacious and with a large hood.
- sturdy lightweight frame
- canopy colors to choose from (and you may swap 'em)
- incredibly spacious
- very affordable
- the EVA foam wheels are not that much all-terrain - I'd go for the air-filled wheels
- canopy a bit creased at the beginning
- I'd like more breathable fabrics overall
- no travel system option, pushchair only
I wasn't expecting it to be that nice and sturdy. It is, however, a bit bulky cause of that. The space in the seat is truly incredible and fits even a 4yo. I like the canopy color choices.
- Air-filled wheels (highly recommended)
- Could be more compact
I had the P&M Street+ Air, and I highly recommend it. The spacious, lie-flat seat, the huge hood that you can swap (we had one of the Limited 100 editions, and there's always only a hundred of the design in the whole world), and the savvy-mom budget-friendly price.
An ideal second stroller to have after a full-sized pram - if you don't need something ultra-small, that is. It is not the most compact forward-facing pushchair.