Thule Urban Glide 2 All Terrain Stroller

(5 customer reviews)


Brand Thule
Colour Dark Shadow
Material Aluminium
Frame material Metal, Plastic
Age range (description) 6 Months and Up

  • A lightweight, all-terrain stroller perfect for jogging or strolling through town
  • Voted Best Jogging Stroller of 2023 by Women’s Health
  • Swivel front wheel locks into place for jogging and running
  • Large 16″ rear wheels with suspension provide an ultra-smooth ride
  • One-handed, compact fold makes storage and transport easy
  • Reclining seat is comfortable and safe with a padded 5-point harness
  • Ergonomic, adjustable handlebar has an integrated twist-hand brake
  • Large storage basket with zip-top cover
  • Use from birth with a variety of accessories; like car seat adapters (sold separately)
  • Product weight: 25.3 lbs; Max child weight: 49 lb; Max stroller weight capacity: 75 lb

From the manufacturer

Swivel Front Wheel

Easy to maneuver, thanks to swivel front wheel that locks into place for jogging, and to the 16″ rear wheels.

Ample Storage

Plenty of room to bring everything you need thanks to large cargo basket with zip-top cover, rear mesh pocket, and two mesh compartments for snacks or toys.

Protective Canopy

Multi-position canopy with side-ventilation windows ensures your child is comfortable.

Compact Fold

One-handed, compact fold for easy storage and transportation.

Integrated Hand Brake

Integrated twist hand brake provides speed control on hilly terrain.

5-Point Child Harness

Secure and comfortable seat with padded 5-point harness and integrated ventilation.

Built-In Suspension

Suspension makes the ride smooth for both parent and child.

Simple Seat Recline

Easy, one-handed recline makes it simple to fold and go.

Weight 14.79 kg
Dimensions 104.39 × 69.09 × 101.6 cm
Age Range

‎6 Months and Up


‎Dark Shadow





Frame material

‎Metal, Plastic

Material composition



‎87 centimetres


‎14 Kilograms


‎78 centimetres

Material Type


Number of items


Outer Material



‎Canopy, Folds for Easy Transport and Storage, Ultra-Compact, Storage Area



Included Components

‎Jogging Stroller

Batteries Included?






Item Model Number


Product dimensions

‎104.39 x 69.09 x 101.6 cm; 14.79 Kilograms



Date First Available

8 November 2017


‎Thule, ‎Thule, Inc.

5 reviews for Thule Urban Glide 2 All Terrain Stroller

  1. vuhat

    Pricey but worth it, assuming you run a lot (and especially if you run on hills)
    My normal run is a 2 mile loop, with 300 feet of elevation gain along winding roads in a tropical climate, and this stroller works perfectly for those conditions.Springiness in the front wheel lock is awesome:Even with the front wheel locked in place, there is still some springiness in the locking mechanism, allowing the stroller to easily navigate turns with a 15ft radius. This is great for running on winding roads or switchbacks, but probably not ideal for sharp sidewalk corners (but in those scenarios, you can simply keep the front wheel unlocked).Front wheel trim adjustment is critical:The front wheel has a dial that changes its pointing direction by a few degrees left or right. Adjusting this makes a big different in keeping a symmetric stance when running on straight roads. Many strollers don’t have this sort of adjustment feature.Sun shade is adjustable, and gives ample coverage:Living in the tropics, we often have unexpected scattered showers. Despite this, we’ve decided to not get a rain cover. The stroller’s shade can be extended quite far, so during light or medium rains, baby mostly stays dry, except his ankles and feet.Handbrake is super super helpful on hills:This stroller is quite heavy, and adding on a 20lb baby means that you’re managing around 50 lbs of loaded stroller. This is straightforward on flats, but can be a little scary on hills. Having a handbrake helps me stay in control when going down steeper downhills.The zippered pocket is a nice touch:I used to carry my ID & keys in my pocket while running. But, I now place these in the small zippered pocket in the bottom of the stroller, and I know that everything is secure and won’t fall out.Minor nitpick: This is a heavy and big strollerWe have a Hyundai Ioniq hatchback, and the stroller just barely fits in the trunk, even with the back wheels removed. If you have a compact vehicle, double check the stroller’s collapsed dimensions. It’s also quite heavy, which makes it a bit annoying to move around while folded. This is currently the only stroller we own, and we are seriously considering purchasing a super compact stroller for grocery shopping and other day trips, since this stroller is quite unwieldy for indoor or crowded spaces, or for transporting around every day.

  2. Kyle Millerick

    Great Stroller For Runners -Very Durable
    I give the Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller a raving 5-star review! This stroller is an absolute game changer for active parents. It is designed for jogging and provides a smooth and stable ride for both parent and child. The stroller is lightweight and easy to maneuver, making it perfect for city streets or off-road adventures. The swivel front wheel allows for easy navigation in tight spaces, while the locking feature provides added stability when jogging. The adjustable handlebar and hand-operated rear drum brakes are a plus, giving me full control of the stroller at all times. The seat is also very comfortable and spacious, providing plenty of room for my child to grow. The canopy provides ample shade and the adjustable calf support is great for little legs. The stroller also has a large storage basket and a water-resistant phone pocket. Overall, I highly recommend the Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller for anyone looking for a high-performance and versatile stroller for their active lifestyle.

  3. sandra

    Love it!!
    I love it and its worth the price. Only complaint i have is that child cant sit up right. The seat stays leaning back.

  4. Nicholas Bilyk

    Excellent stroller
    I wanted a jogging stroller with a brake that I could rollerblade with safely. [I’m not advocating using this for rollerblading, this is a don’t-try-this-at-home kind of warning]The front wheel has a nice pseudo-lock mechanism to it so you can switch from walking/maneuverable to running/limited turning mode.The wheels are the perfect size, glides easily and silently.It seems very well made, the material has held up to the sun, the canopy and ventilation is great.The braking works well enough for rollerblading, you have to turn it pretty hard though. Wouldn’t be able to stop you going down a hill if you had any speed.There have been complaints about the latch breaking when you lift it when it’s folded, so I’ve been very careful not to put all the weight on the latch when lifting. I haven’t had problems with it, but I could see how that could break if you weren’t careful.The stroller folds up very easily (took a little getting used to though), and the handlebars adjust easily, which makes it very easy to fit in the trunk and adjust for height. That’s very important because I’m both fairly tall (6′) and when I’m on rollerblades I get another 4″. My wife is much shorter so the handlebars have a large comfort range.Next up is the storage area. No water bottle holder, but the storage base is very nice. It both has velcro for quick in and out and a zipper if you wanted to seal the whole thing up.Worth the price, using it every day!

  5. Whitney

    Function is great
    Thule makes great quality products and this is no exception. I have not had any problems with the front queen when running with it. The wheels roll over everything. It is a bit bulky but folds down and the wheels snap off very easily. We LOVED the bassinet when she was younger, one of her favorite places to nap even when we were home. Easy to use infant car seat with adapters. (We had a nuna) A bit expensive for all the accessories like rain cover, bumper bar, cup holder and muff but we did purchase most of them because again it’s high quality and improves the functionality.

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