I received the Jeep Overland jogging stroller at a baby shower for my first baby. As an avid runner, I was thrilled to receive this so I could continue running after the baby was born.
This stroller is very safe. It has a hand brake as well as a tether you attach to your wrist as an added measure of protection (I've used this while running down inclines). It also has a foot break you can engage while at rest. There is a five-point safety harness that is padded for baby's comfort, and a tray in the front that allows you to put a cup and snacks there for your child, but also acts as sort of a roll bar. The wheels are nice and big, and have shocks to make for a smoother ride.
This stroller has the ability to play music while you run. There are small speakers that are mounted inside the stroller so your baby can hear the music.
The handle of this stroller is adjustable so parents of all heights can comfortably use this. This jogging stroller also has a very big sun shade that can be pulled down and protect baby from sun at any angle. There is a small clear window in the stop so you can see baby even when the shade is pulled over her.
There is a lot of room to take water, keys and a cell phone because there are pockets on each side of the sun shade, as well as a cup holder for the parent. But, there is no storage under the seat, as in traditional strollers.
The stroller is fairly easy to fold, but takes two hands. It is light enough so that it is not difficult to swing into the back of your truck or van.
The front wheel of this jogging stroller is fixed. Because it does not pivot, it makes it very difficult to go around corners. So, while this is great for running on straight paths, if you are wanting to take it in a mall, or around a neighborhood where you will be turning a lot, this is not the stroller for you. The lack of storage under baby's seat also makes this less than ideal for general use. I've also found that the tires need to be filled with air a lot.
All in all, this is a terrific jogging stroller. Running while pushing a stroller is fairly difficult not because of the weight, but because it messes with your arm-swing mojo. But, if you're committed to running with baby this is a great bet.