Inglesina 2015 Trip Umbrella Stroller - Marrakech

This item is discontinued.
Trip goes beyond the traditional lightweight stroller by offering premium features usually belonging to full-size strollers: 4-position backrest, bumper bar, rear-wheel suspensions and adjustable legrest.

On sunny days the extended canopy protects your child from direct sunlight, while the included rain cover is there to keep your baby dry.

  • Use: from 3 months to 55 lbs (approximately 36 months).
  • Umbrella folding system and compact for easy use and storage.
  • Ergonomic soft touch handles for easy maneuverability.
  • Swiveling front wheels equipped with a locking-unlocking system which - once activated - automatically position the wheels straight.
  • Amortized front and rear 6.5? diameter wheels.
  • Reclining, 4-position backrest for maximum comfort of your baby.
  • Standard bumper bar in soft material. The Trip stroller folds even if the bumper bar is hooked on the frame.
  • Adjustable 5-point harness.
  • Double height adjustment position of the dorsal harness to accompany the child?s growth.
  • Padded shoulder straps.
  • Adjustable 2-position legrest.
  • Adjustable hood equipped with rear storage pocket and pick-a-boo window (that can be closed as needed.
  • The hood can be tilted forward to serve as a sun visor, equipped with an additional hood fl ap for extra protection.
  • Equipped with a safety hook to avoid accidental opening of the stroller once it is stored.
  • Large storage basket.
  • Rain cover included.
  • Cup holder included.
  • Size when open: 19.5? x 43? x 30? (width x height x depth)
  • Size when closed: 11? x 41.3? x 14.5? (width x height x depth)
  • Weight: 15.4 lbs
Product Reviews
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5 Reviews
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Bronx, NY
Verified Buyer
Nice stroller
January 10, 2018
I recieved this stroller as a gift. I like how light and easy to push and close this stroller is. I'm not entirely fond of the rain sheild fit and lack of cushion on the interior seat. But there are so many stroller pads to correct this minor flaw. The color I fell in love with immediately. I like the fact that you can have the leg rest up or down for older or younger babies. The almost flat recine is also nice. All around it's not a bad stroller.
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  • Swivel front wheels
  • Almost flat recline
  • Lightweight design
  • Easy to maneuver
  • 2 position leg rest options
Best Uses
  • Spring,summer and fall stroller not for winter at all. More for a 6 month and up baby/toddler
  • Raincover fit and material
  • Lack of cushion on seat
Portland, OR
Verified Buyer
January 1, 2018
This is a great light weight stroller. Reclines easily and love how the canopy covers so much. Its also super simply to open and close which is great when I'm out alone.
  • Cup holder is very dinky. I just ended up taking it off.
Chicago, IL
Verified Buyer
Great lightweight stroller
January 31, 2016
I bought this stroller after researching close to 20 other lightweight strollers. This stroller had almost everything I was looking for so I went with it and I'm glad I did. Pros: The belly bar is great, my son loves holding on to it or kicking his feet up when in the reclined position. Not many lightweight strollers have a belly bar so this is s major plus! The stroller moves with great ease and I often end up pushing it one handed. It comes with a a lot of extras too. Cup holder, rain protector, and a decent sized pocket in the back for keys, phone, wallet etc. Cons: I only have one! The basket is really small. Really small. But that doesn't bother me much. I normally keep my diaper bag hanging from the handle bars anyways. I would buy this stroller again and again.
Ny, ny
Verified Buyer
Overall good stroller
December 31, 2015
The staff at albee baby was extremly helpful and informative. After going to test out a couple different strollers, I decided to order this one even though there was no floor model. I found this one to have a few more perks for the price, including a raincover, cup holder, and belly bar, which is rare to find in an umbrella stroller. I'll start with some cons.. The cushion is an average cushion nothing special there. I did order an extra cushion for some extra plush, wish it has a little more. The wheels are a little clanky and bumpy on anything that isn't a smooth surface, and the two handed recline can be a pain if you have something else in your hand and need to recline the seat back. Also the handle bars are definitely for taller people so it may be a little uncomfortable for shorter people, my husband at 6ft says its very comfortable for him. The pros...the design of the stroller is very nice and seems very sturdy, has an adjustable foot rest (it is on the smaller side), it is pretty light and closes very compact, more than enough room when closed in the trunk for other things. My son loves the belly bar to hold on to or put his feet up on. It does come with the rain cover so no need to purchase separate, and the stroller can hold up to 50 or 55 lbs so you know it can be used for a long time. Overall it's a good stroller if you can look past the few flaws.
Best Uses
  • Short trips to stores or malls.
Tucson, az
Verified Buyer
So happy!
July 24, 2015
I'm so happy with this stroller. I literally spent weeks reading hundreds of reviews on different umbrella strollers and I'm so glad i decided on the trip! It's easy to maneuver, collapse, and open. I can even push it one handed which seems impossible with an umbrella stroller but it's not. It is a smooth ride. I can even push it through the rocks in our front yard without it getting stuck. The sun shade is huge and can be adjusted to cover at any angle. The height of the handles is great. My kids love the bumper bar! My 5 month old uses it to hold herself upright so she can see all around. She hates reclining. I can't say enough good things about this stroller. We have 5 strollers and got this one for a trip since it can be gate checked and it is my favorite of all our strollers!
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