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The Jane Crosswalk is a popular all-terrain stroller. It was released in 2015. It is a luxurious stroller with a chassis almost identical to the Epic. The inverted "C" shaped rear structure makes room for your feet so you will not kick the stroller while walking. The larger wheels with treaded rubber tires can handle all kinds of terrain. The seat has a hybrid reclining system - it can be tilted and used as bucket seat as well as adjusted to a lay flat position using a strap. The hood with a sun visor is larger than the one on Epic. The storage space of the small shopping basket can be expanded by a sold-separately net basket fastened to the rear part of the chassis.

The seat and the carrycot are attached to the chassis using the Pro-Fix system. All the newer types of carrycots will also fit this attachment system. You can choose among the Micro or the Nano foldable carrycots or the Transporter or the Matrix Light carrycots that can be used in the car. You can also attach a Concord or Be Cool carrycot to the chassis. An optional car seat is also available, or you can buy the Crosswalk as a complete stroller system.

Specifications

Type
stroller, 2in1 stroller system, 3in1 stroller system
Weight (in kg)
14,4
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
107 × 60 × 116
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
67 × 60 × 36
Brand origin
Spain
Chassis material
aluminum
Maximum seat load (in kg)
15
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 36
Reversible seat
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