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Veer has released a new wagon-stroller hybrid called the “Cruiser” that combines the functionality and safety of a premium stroller with the fun of a rugged wagon. Unlike other wagons, the Cruiser has airless tires, a front suspension, and can accommodate all major brands of infant car seats can attach using an adapter.
“Veer is built for fun, adventure, and connection. We think about products in terms of what you do through them: imagine, explore and bond together,” says Nick McKay, Veer co-founder. “We deeply believe that we live in overly structured worlds; the journey is more important than the destination, and life is lived through the adventures and experiences we share with our children. We want to empower families to become explorers, ready to connect with the outside world and each other at the same time.”
The Veer Cruiser is the first in its class to meet all ASTM stroller safety standards and be JPMA certified. It weighs less than many double strollers, and can accommodate up to 110 pounds of precious passenger cargo. The Cruiser can also be customized with a collection of accessories, including a Nap System and Collapsible Sun Canopy that combine to make a JPMA certified bassinet, a drink and snack tray, a foldable storage basket, and a travel bag to check the Cruiser at the jetway. Up to 6 cup holders provide ample beverage capacity.
The Cruiser’s MSRP is $599.00, and is available at http://www.goveer.com.