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Many moons ago, I noticed an awesome-looking lightweight stroller on Hello Splendid‘s social media. Then I met Jillian in person and raved about the prints. Fast forward to the summer when the incredible team at Cosatto sent me a Supa Stroller for Spawn! I wanted to bring the stroller to New York City but we had a death in the family and our trip to the city has been postponed indefinitely. However, we did take our Supa “Big Fish” stroller to Disneyland to celebrate Spawn’s birthday!
Cosatto Supa Stroller Review – Rolling in Style
Oh Cosatto, how I do love thee. Let me count the ways….
I love that you are so easy to find in a sea of strollers. If you’ve been to a theme park, you’ll see multiples of the same stroller brands. Hundreds even. It was easy for me to find our Shark-themed stroller in “stroller parking.”
I love that you are different-looking. We are a Veronica in a sea of Bettys.
I love that you have a built-in speaker that I can plug my iPhone into and play music. This helps drown out outside noise and calm a cranky toddler.
While I don’t want to give any more screentime to Toddler Spawn, I love that you installed an iPad/tablet slot on the inside of the canopy! I put a family photo in there so she can see it when she looks up. (This is also where I put our contact info, in case our stroller got lost at Disneyland.
I love that your wheels turn easily regardless of weight, terrain and speed. When you’re turning around in a tight space like the local outdoor mall or rolling through a lawn at the Autry Museum, the Cosatto Supa is rolling right along with ease. It is easy to maneuver, even if you’ve stuffed it with a kid, a diaper backpack hanging around the handles, lunch and a purse.
I love your giant UPF50 canopy/sunshade! If you’ve ever gone to Disneyland, you know there is very little shade there. Thankfully, we were able to shade Toddler Spawn with this canopy. Plus it reclines all the way down for easy naps. (Spawn’s lifting her body out to eat her breakfast; trust me, it covers her face – if she sat back.)
I love how your seat is cushy unlike the typical umbrella stroller. This seat is cushioned so it’s a comfortable ride for Toddler Spawn. It isn’t just a piece of nylon. There is breathable padding. And removable for cleaning!!
I also love your adjustable calf support. Cosatto, you are on point. This is probably my number one pet peeve with strollers – the lack of calf/foot support. No kid wants to hang their legs down forever, especially for a nap. You can adjust the calf part of the seat to keep baby’s/toddler’s legs parallel and at the same level as their body when they are napping.
I love that you are compact enough for me to take to a cross-country trip to…. Walt Disney World next year!! Yep! We are headed to see the Mouse in January and we will be bringing our trusty Supa stroller with us. (I’ll be bringing my baby carriers, too, but, for a theme park, we need both!)
I cannot wait to introduce Toddler Spawn to Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando. As a Potterhead, I can’t wait to visit Diagon Alley… and you know we’re going to need a nimble stroller like our Cosatto – because TIGHT PLACES!
Here’s my Snapchat video review back in the summer.
If you haven’t visited the Cosatto website yet, check it out. If you’re thinking about a baby gift for parents-to-be, this would put you in the winner’s circle. Trust.
There are some new adorable prints out for all of their stroller styles. If the Supa is still too big for you, you may want to look into the Fly or the Supa Go. But if I were you, I’d get the Supa. It’ll last you all the way from birth (with its kangaroo pouch and fleece liner) to toddlerhood!
Thank you so very much to the team at Cosatto for gifting us a Supa stroller and letting us be a part of the Cosatto family.
Cosatto provided us a stroller for the purposes of an honest review/opinion. There you go.