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BOB Gear Alterrain Pro All-Weather Jogging Stroller – Black

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$699.99 when purchased online

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Highlights

  • Fold & Go: One-hand, quick fold collapses the stroller to a self-standing position with a single twist of the hand
  • Rugged Elegance: Sleek frame, performance fabrics and reflective rims turn heads on the hiking trail or city street; Lunar fashion is ultra-reflective
  • Smooth Ride: SmoothShox™ suspension and air-filled tires balance out the ride for your little adventurer, so you can take on any terrain
  • Downhill Control: Ergonomic handbrake puts downhill control at your fingertips
  • All-Weather: Canopy is 100% waterproof, wind-proof and rated UPF 50+ to shield your child from the elements
  • Extra Space: XL, zip-top cargo basket and 5 storage pockets, including a cell phone holder by the handlebar
  • Travel System Ready: Compatible with most major brand car seats with the use of a BOB infant car seat adapter (sold separately)
  • Fit: Birth to 75 lbs; 0 to 8 weeks when used with compatible adapter and infant car seat; dimensions 46 L x 25.5 W x 45.5 H in

Description

Adventure calling your name? The BOB Gear Alterrain Pro jogging stroller is ready to hit the ground running. With SmoothShox™ suspension and air-filled tires, you and your little explorer can take on any terrain. Plus, the ergonomic handbrake puts incredible downhill control at your fingertips.
The sleek, sturdy frame and reflective rims turn heads on the hiking trail or city street. And the all-weather canopy is 100% waterproof, wind-proof and rated UPF 50+ to shield your child from the elements.
The compression seat with infinite recline sits fully upright for all-day excursions, and lays near-flat for naptime. There’s plenty of room to store and secure all your gear in the zip-top cargo basket and five extra storage pockets.
When your epic outing comes to an end, fold the stroller fast with a single twist of the hand. It stands up on its own until you’re ready to roll.
Dimensions (Overall): 45.5 Inches (H) x 25.5 Inches (W) x 46 Inches (D)
Weight: 32.3 Pounds
Holds up to: 75 Pounds
Dimensions (Collapsed): 17 Inches (H) x 25.5 Inches (W) x 39.25 Inches (D)
Suggested Age: 0-6 Years
Front Wheel Diameter: 12 Inches
Rear Wheel Diameter: 16 Inches
Features: Forward Facing Seat, Storage Area, Infant Car Seat Compatible, Canopy, Folds for Easy Transport and Storage, Adjustable Handle, One-Hand Fold, Hand-Operated Brakes
Assembly Details: Adult Assembly Required, No Tools Needed
Includes: Stroller Cover/Canopy
Product Configuration: Single
Industry or Government Certifications: Meets ASTM Standards
Tire Type: Pneumatic
Material: Polyester
Care & Cleaning: Spot or Wipe Clean
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
TCIN: 81607638
UPC: 652182737603
Item Number (DPCI): 030-09-0252
Origin: Imported
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Estimated ship dimensions: 34 inches length x 21 inches width x 15 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 32.3 pounds
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4.1 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
100% would recommend
1 recommendations

Decent stroller, but not worth the price

3 out of 5 stars
AdamCarmack - 5 months ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
It's a nice stroller, but not worth the price. I've had to replace tubes in the tires at least 10 times in a year, but that has more to do with goatshead thorns being everywhere around our neighborhood. The first time I had to change the front tire though, the outer tire was warped just from finishing our walk after it going flat.
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Ultimate Jogging Stroller

5 out of 5 stars
Thumbs up graphic, would recommend
mmr22 - 9 months ago
The sunshade on the BOB stroller is truly remarkable! I was amazed by how effortlessly it could be set up and folded down. The seat recline functionality is also superb, allowing for comfortable on-the-go napping. It delivers an incredibly smooth ride and handles various surfaces like pavement, grass, and trails with ease. The rotating front wheel is a game changer for everyday use, but I appreciate the option to lock it for running purposes. Overall, this is a top-notch choice for parents seeking convenience, versatility, and performance.
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I really love this stroller but its cons are big deals in the moment

3 out of 5 stars
Piiches - 11 months ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I bought this stroller brand spanking new when the model first came out and was available in Canada. For a TRUE Canadian winter and rest of our short seasons, so this was in mid spring 2020 for my third baby. We are an outdoors family, rugged stroller to hold up like my previous much loved Bob stroller did, but I parted with it too early (before I knew I was having a third). At first I was completely in love with this stroller, it was/is the ultimate 'truck/suv' stroller. Weightless to push around on the rough uneven terrain, went through wet and powdery snow like a hot knife in butter, oily mud-gravel-dirt-unpacked trails - THIS is the perfect stroller. Complete with a hand brake for going down steep hills or getting too close to something, plus the great shocks for the uneven terrain. This stroller performs amazing and was well worth the high price tag to make carting the littlest boy around to keep up with his older two brothers, the dog and outdoorsy mom. At the time my only complaint about the design was that the seat folds outwards exposing the seat to the elements or debris collection when compacted, so always needed to brush it out and clean it. I did/do use my old Bob sherpa pad from previous model I owned and it has helped with this tremendously. However, and initially I chalked it up to being new and kinda stiff hoping it would get a little easier over time, and at first the kid was too young to fight as much about being put into the stroller so he had the patience to wait for me to struggle - the buckle is insanely HARD to click in on one side. Doesn't matter what side, but always the second side strap to click into. As a mom to three VERY active and VERY high energy boys this is a recipe for chaos and disaster as the fighting with a very mobile 9 month at the time to present and now at 2.5yrs, can easily escape and run off while I am struggling to click him into the buckle. He was almost hit by a car because I couldn't get the buckle done up fast enough or stop him from escaping. This one piece of safety is crucial to be consistently in very easy to use working order - EVERY parent with kids in and past toddlerhood understands this I am sure. Next piece I am frustrated with, mostly for resale value of an expensive stroller - the gorgeous beautiful waterproof UV fabric used. Mine is the beautiful shade of blue, if this makes a difference. The fabric coating on the underside of canopy where it folds is very cracked. I use this stroller ALL.THE.TIME and the canopy is folded up more than it is not in the last almost two years, and where the fabric folds is all cracked there. Canopy is still functioning to my knowledge, as in it is still waterproof and we've never had any burns or heat (I do live in snowy cold Alberta) build up under the canopy when it is open out for naps, but visually it looks awful. When I got this stroller covid closures where in full effect, so the company was on a hiatus or something and stopped with the design or attempt to release any more useful attachments, I even emailed asking when or if the trays would be released in the near future. This was very disappointing to not be able to get a snack tray for this stroller, as it would have helped me with the buckle issue. As much as I would still love to have a snack tray to add on, my kid is now 2.5yrs and we are working on transitioning away from a stroller for shorter excursions. So now it would almost feel like a waste to buy one. Next is the knob for fixing the pin into a locked front wheel - I attached a picture for this one. It snapped right off like cheaply mixed with fillers steel - this is NOT solid steel. Married to a highly skilled welder who refused to weld back together because it was not solid metal - even though he could've fixed it. This happened at the beginning of this past winter, stroller was in regular use for 2.5yrs at this point. There was nothing out of the ordinary done, went to move the piece as normal with a normal amount of gentle ease. I have to carry around the piece to unlock the wheel when I miss steering it correctly chasing after the boys. On the contrary, it is also quite difficult to engage when I need the front wheel locked too. I am really super unimpressed that this piece broke off. This is why I do not love this stroller anymore. It is a big deal to need to steer in a specific way so that the pin to lock the wheel doesn't drop down while steering, mixed with the buckle issues for a busy active family and I can't give this stroller the 5 stars I initially wanted to give it. As an all weather, all terrain stroller this is a 5 star phenomenal stroller, I don't know if it was because it was first generation of its style or what, but the wear and tear is not the greatest for what the name has stood up for since their strollers came out, in my experience. This was not my first Bob stroller, and I spent the money on this one expecting the same quality and durability, hoping the poorly folding/open canopy issue was fixed (and that issue is!).
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Squeaky axle & flat wheels - only downsides

2 out of 5 stars
jayme92 - 1 year ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I was so excited to get this jogger stroller since I’ve been trying to get back into running after having my baby. But after using it twice, the rear wheel/axle started started squeaking. If I lift up on one side while jogging it stops momentarily but returns as soon as I set it down. The rear wheels don’t hold air either; I’ve unfortunately not used this as I had planned because of the embarrassing and disruptive noise and the fact that I have to air the tires every time I do attempt to use it. Very disappointed. *I was told to use wd-40 on the axle which worked for about 2 min before the noise returned.
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Britax quality for more than Bob prices

1 out of 5 stars
Gray - 1 year ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
We went from a second hand 10+ year old BoB Revolution to this new “flagship” model. I was expecting a vast improvement with a decade of development between the models, but was greatly disappointed. The quality was severely lacking in comparison to our old and worn out stroller. After one walk we returned it and went with the new revolution. Let’s start with the good: It’s heavy and that makes this thing very stable in a straight line and in turns. It has creature comfort improvements such as nice padding in the seat area, a large canopy, a magnetic view cover, one handed recline, and an adjustable handle. All of these are also present on the revolution 3.0. The Bad and downright Ugly: Brakes. Yes, the entire selling point of this stroller for me was the biggest let down. First of all, they ditched a working aluminum lever for a cheap plastic lever that came from the factory with a cross threaded and disbonded barrel adjuster. The cable routing is where things really get bad. They use an oddly placed junction box to split it into two cables and it makes the difference in cable drag from one side to the other a nightmare. After an hour of fiddling with individual brake adjustments the best I could get was a right brake that grabs first and then a left that quickly locks up while the right side is still barely engaged. That makes it unpredictable and it constantly pulls a turn when you use the brake. Hold on to your child, this thing is dangerous going downhill! The parking brake works fine, but is difficult to engage. The improved, longer travel suspension is merely squeaky springs inside those shiny “shocks”. It’s less plush than the Revolution and lacks the adjustment for big kids. The weight is a lot and it’s noticeable. It’s far more nose heavy and unbalanced than the revolution.This makes it difficult to lighted the front end and make turns with the nose wheel locked. The “XL” storage area barely fits our diaper bag whereas it fits easily in the revolution. The fabric is also very light and feels as if it would be easily torn. I didn’t even attempt to zip up the zipper that appears to be the most dainty and fragile zipper I’ve ever seen. This is a major step back for BOB. In the end, we went with the Revolution 3.0. I was also astonished to see many cost saving measures that make it of lesser quality than the classic Revolution before Britax bought BoB. Many metal parts are now plastic and most of the metal stamped pieces are made cheaper without lightening holes. The new model is heavier and much of that may be due to the increased creature comforts. I would like to see the quality of the old Bob on the revolution with a working brake system.
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Good Stroller, Missing Critical Feature

3 out of 5 stars
Gkratville - 2 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
We bought two of these strollers over a year ago for both our boys (upgraded one from the Revolution). At the time, BOB said they were anticipating the tray to be released within a few months. We are many months later and there is still not a tray feature for this stroller. Had I known that BOB was not going to make a tray for these, we would never have bought these and would have just bought another Revolution. Additionally, I find that both of the Allterrain Pros squeak and creak more than the Revolution ever did.
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No better stroller for a big kid!

5 out of 5 stars
Natalie - 2 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
We absolutely LOVE this stroller. We definitely haven't had any of the issues the 1* reviewers left. No bent wheels, hold air just fine, folds great, super smooth ride. My 2 year old is 38" tall and 35lbs and he has loads of room to grow. Sleeps great in it when we need a stroller nap. The only disappointment is they claimed they were going to release a snack tray and that still hasn't happened yet.
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No Snack Tray :(

1 out of 5 stars
Dani - 2 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
The stroller is decent but I’m giving it only one star because of the lack of a snack tray option. I bought it in the middle of 2020 with the notion that a snack tray option would be coming soon and it has not. Honestly because it doesn’t have a snack tray I never use the stroller and I am considering buying a different one and selling this one. So disappointed
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Not Impressed

2 out of 5 stars
Skillet - 2 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I received the BOB Alterrian Pro as a gift from a friend. The stroller is certainly comfortable for the baby, but it is heavy, seems to have a lot of resistance when running and squeaks like a mouse for an entire activity. I tried everything to eliminate the squeaks, but the next day it’s back. Also the stroller has a lot of resistance when pushing compared to other jogging strollers I own and have tried. For the price of the stroller I would expect a much smoother ride and less annoying squeaks.
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Smoothest ride

5 out of 5 stars
Ckaspar - 2 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I love this stroller. I would say I wasn’t an avid runner pre-baby but it’s been the best way to get the weight off. I love that this ride was smooth enough for nap time laid back and relaxing soft seat and comfortable for baby but also has great covered storage on the bottom. Not your everyday out in the town stroller. But we love this on for everyday exercising as a family! Only complaints are: weight and the Covid delays in production which included no car seat adapter for awhile.
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Worth getting the pro!

5 out of 5 stars
Trail Dad - 3 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I wasn't sure if the pro was worth it at first but over time I've seen how much easier and beefier this version is compared to the step down model that almost everyone else has. It really does work very well on rocky bumpy trails! I even found out what the brake was for when going down a mountain path that was pretty tricky - the brake made it a breeze. Off the trail the brake seems like a small luxury you can usually live without, on the trail it's absolutely essential for the steep downwards sections. It's amazing piece of engineering. Oh and by the way, I got to see how fantastic this company is at standing behind their product. The bob I got first had two back wheels that were stuck on and would not quick release off. Of course I didn't even realize this till a year later when I finally went to use the feature. Called them up and the tech guru said she'd send out a whole new model out to me (thank you Molly!).
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Best thing we bought

5 out of 5 stars
Colin123 - 3 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
Got this stroller when we had our first child and completely liberated us allowing us to keep a similar outdoors and active lifestyle. A little big for traveling but well worth it to bring everywhere. Goes great on pavement and trails. Highly recommend.
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Should be 5 star except for the lack of a snack tray

3 out of 5 stars
yomamma - 3 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I love the BOB Alterrain Pro. It's a great company with quality products. However, there is no option for a snack tray. This should be made abundantly clear to not buy the BOB snack tray and that there is no snack tray compatibility. The side pockets are not sufficient to replace a snack tray. I understand this was likely a safety concern for running or off road travel. However, the stroller is not always used in these situations, when it would be very helpful to have a snack/toy tray.
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Loud squeak

1 out of 5 stars
Akorn - 3 years ago, Verified purchaser
Took it out one time and it squeaks really loud it’s actually embarrassing
1 reply from Britax Customer Support team - 3 years ago
Please call customer service and we can assist you in adjusting the brake. 1-888-427-4829
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No snack tray or car seat adapter

1 out of 5 stars
OregonMom - 3 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
Love the stroller itself although it is a bit heavy. There are literally No accessories available for this stroller. No snack tray or car seat adapter, however all of the accessories are advertised for “bob single jogging strollers. Every time I speak with BOB, I am told they plan on releasing them soon... If this would Have been disclosed I would have purchased a different stroller.
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Unreal!

5 out of 5 stars
HannahFaith140 - 3 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
My husband just surprised me with one of these. They are smooth, easy to use and comfortable for your LO. You should know that although it is more expensive, it is totally worth it.
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Great running stroller

5 out of 5 stars
Otto G - 4 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
I bought this stroller a couple of months ago. Its perfect for running now that I can't go to the gym because of closures. Its very comfortable for my son and easy to push uphill and the handbrake is great for downhill. I run about 10 miles a week on it. I have no complaints. I only wish the accessories were available now. Definitely worth the money. I get off and on curves when I see people coming with no problem because of the big tires and barely feel bumps thanks to the suspension. It only slowed down my running about a minute and a half and that's including San Francisco hills. We run about 9 minute miles together. We love it.
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large

4 out of 5 stars
Heidi - 4 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
After folding, still way to bulky and sticks out. Takes up most of my 4Runners trunk, this will not fit in a sedan trunk. I did not see a different in shocks with a cheaper (half price) competive stroller when walking through rough areas. Break handle is extremely stiff and I cant squeeze. I am able to lift this stroller with 1 hand but barley. Found it much heaver than the step down BOB has.
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Looks awesome, but decent (not great) quality

3 out of 5 stars
Eddie - 4 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
Bought this June 2020 (manufactured March 2020). I noticed most of the reviews on here are from people who got it for free. Pros: comfortable seat, great suspension, great look, and easy to collapse Cons: canopy does not cover the sides of the stroller leaving a gap where the sun gets in (see pictures), auto-lock made out of cheap rubber, hand brake is stiff, and engaging the foot brake causes you to slightly slam you toes into the frame. I still love it and will keep it. Don’t expect an overall amazing stroller, it has its issues.
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No car seat adapter

1 out of 5 stars
Kyle - 4 years ago
originally posted on bobgear.com
This was a decently well thought through product. We bought it for our new born and bought the adapter that the BOB marketing brought us to. It doesn’t work. There is no infant car seat adapter for this stroller. We now have a very expensive useless stroller. You shouldn’t release a product until it can be fully used or at least disclose some info before hand. I would have given zero stars if possible. Now we have to return this one and get another non Bob stroller.
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