What I love:
- The full recline. It was one of my many complaints with the strollers my boys had, the stroller never reclined all the way so that baby could sleep long-term on his back. The Atmosferra doesn’t just recline all the way back, but the adjustable legsupport has this super cool pocket underneath. The footrest flips all the way up to meet the snack tray. Then out of the pocket comes a cover, which snaps and clips around the snack tray to create a portable crib for baby to lay inside. I’m so profoundly shocked this isn’t on the Mia Moda website that you can view this on my first vblog.
- The reversible seat. Becoming more common on upscale strollers, this is definitely a feature worth mentioning. The seat simply picks up and reverses then clicks back into place. So baby can look at you, and you at him.
- The full coverage sunshade. Flips all the way down to the kick snack tray, even when in full recline. Absolutely perfect for a baby who is dragged to her big brother’s touch football games during nap time.
- Free-standing fold. Seriously, who doesn’t need this?! I can’t stand it when my strollers don’t stand upright, especially when I’m trying to make room for them in my already tight garage. A free-standing fold is like gold in my book.
- Car seat compatible with a Mia Moda car seat. I don’t have the car seat, so I can’t attest to this. But if you’re starting out, or need a new car seat, it would be totally worth it to look into buying both.
- Adjustable-height handle with parent cup holder and one-handed steering. Key to families, like mine, where Mom is barely 5 feet and Dad is much taller.