• Apr 2nd 2008 at 2:56PM
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Kid Kustoms, offering "Vintage Tins and Fins for your Tots," has brought a serious touch of class to the boring jogging stroller. It's time to ditch the ho-hum toddler hauler in exchange for one of these custom, and collapsible, composite lightweight strollers. Whether you choose the Classic, Signature or Kustom series, each design is available with unique fins, fenders and pin striping (Flame or Primer versions are optional) in an array of vibrant colors that harken back to a different kind of cruising. And these baby strollers aren't just quick chop jobs. The quality and craftsmanship, from their seamless welds to polished chrome, appears to be first-rate. Of course, a product of this caliber will command a premium price. To surround your little bundle of joy in something the other moms (and dads!) can't help but envy will set you back between $2,000 and $3,500. Oh, the cost of being cool...

[Source: Kid Kustoms]

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Who's the douche bag?! Dude get yourself a Mickey Mouse umbrella stroller, a diaper bag and take your minivan to the park to cool off. Either that or stop being such a hater and sign up for the DAWS program so you can win one and socialize his kid beyond the sand box. If you haven't seen one in person then there is nothing to talk about.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm sorry.... one would look like *such* a douchebag parading their kid around a park in one of these.
        • 7 Years Ago
        You don't stroll your kids on Woodward. You stroll them in a park. Or through your subdivision. Or to Safeway. Picture this thing out of context, and it looks very, very silly.

        And it's true, I have no need for strollers or sunglasses or Ferrari-badged laptops to scream to others that I have a "lifestyle."
        • 7 Years Ago
        disagree, if one is really into the car scene, they would look right at home on woodward or anywhere they go...you must not be very into anything as I assume you would want a run of the mill vanilla stroller...lame
      • 7 Years Ago
      I saw a green one at SEMA last Fall and I thought it was a one-off. I didn't realize that there was a company making them.

      Looks pretty sweet in person. I tried to talk my cousin into getting one for his son.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Although I like the idea, I tend to agree that kids are expensive enough at this point in their lives. This would be a great sales point to a theme park of sorts though!
      • 3 Years Ago
      While working out in our yard on our landscaping my husband and I saw our neighbor with a jogging stroller like this. I am definitely thinking I am going to have to get one of these when I have kids. (http://www.tiptonlandscaping.com)