The new BOB Alterrain and BOB Alterrain Pro add performance, convenience and style to BOB’s popular line of jogging strollers.
The BOB Alterrain and Alterrain Pro are the same stroller at their core, sharing features like robust suspension for the best shock absorption while running and a standing fold for easier lifting into your car.
But the Alterrain Pro caters to the most serious of running parents, with upgraded features like a hand brake, zippered basket and waterproof fabrics, while the Alterrain includes softer colors and a lower price point that may appeal to a more casual jogger.
Both the BOB Alterrain and Alterrain Pro are now in stock at Strolleria. Let’s take a look at the differences in this comparison.
The Alterrain strollers are the most premium models in the BOB line, which also includes two other jogging strollers with more basic features and fabrics: the Revolution Flex at $499.99 and the Rambler at $399.99
The Alterrain Pro includes these features not seen on the Alterrain:
Would you prefer your jogging stroller to look pretty or sporty?
The BOB Alterrain features textured melange fabrics in soft colors like lilac and gray, appealing to parents who want their stroller to be rugged for jogs and trails but fashionable enough for everyday life.
Meanwhile, the BOB Alterrain Pro fits the look of most jogging strollers, with solid colors and reflective details. The Lunar color of the Alterrain Pro features a reflective pattern that helps the stroller glow in the dark.
The BOB Alterrain is available in these colors:
These colors are offered for the BOB Alterrain Pro:
Car seat adapters for the Alterrain series have not yet been released, but BOB plans to produce adapters for these brands. Adapters for other BOB strollers like the Revolution Flex don’t fit the Alterrain series.
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