Bob Revolution / Strides Single Sun Shield

Priced: $69.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Bob Revolution / Strides Single Sun Shield
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Bob Revolution / Strides Single Sun Shield -

Protect your child—the BOB Single Sun Shield reduces heat inside stroller, as well as glare and harmful UVA/UVB rays from sun light.



  • Durable nylon frame and nylon mesh window


  • Fits BOB single Revolution and Strides strollers

Weather and Wind:

  • Also offers protection from wind and flying insects


  • Allows children to see out and parents to see in
  • Elastic attachment is simple and easy
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Weight:15 ounces

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Bob Revolution / Strides Single Sun Shield Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Keeps bugs out

Very good quality material, feels like it will actually survive a few years. Really keeps the bugs off the kid! Even when the skeeters & no-see-ems are swarming the kid remains bug bite free! It is ok to install. But there HAS to be a better way to design this thing. It would be nice if it didn't make the canopy useless. There is not an easy way to get to your kid without removing most of the screen. It would be great if it had a small velcro pass thru or something. I may take it to a canvas repair shop and have a pass thru slit put it. That way when the leaking sippy cup is upside-down you don't have to risk the swarm of bugs to right it again. I wasn't really looking for a sun screen but I think it would work well. If your kid doesn't like being unable to see when the canopy all the way down and needs sun protection this would be a must buy.
AKmo at REI on 08/08/2011

Bug Protection

I bought this primarily as a mosquito protectant for our trip to Minnesota, but it's also been great for evening walks in Kansas. The mosquitos are eating me alive despite bug spray and the baby has been free of bites. No problems with putting it on, it's intuitive/didn't have to read the directions. Stores easily in the space underneath.
Thiesens at REI on 06/06/2009

Wonderful product

This product is great, I absolutely love it! It fits perfectly on my older Bob stroller. Well designed. When I first put it on, I was amazed at how little time it took to correctly put it on. I am very happy with this purchase!!
rachmarie719 at REI on 06/06/2013

Negative Reviews:

badly designed

Late afternoon sun sneaks underneath the canopy on our Bob Revolution stroller. We wanted extra protection to keep the sun off our little one's face. Keeping insects off her was a secondary consideration.

Pro's: Some wind protection. Keeps toys and other stuff from hitting the ground. Keeps bugs out.

Cons: Overpriced. Lousy installation instructions make putting it on the first time a pain. Bad pass-through to get things to the kid, no see-through window at the top, and less protection from the sun since installation requires that you retract the canopy half-way. It may block 65% of the sun, but that didn't seem to keep our kid from having to squeeze her eyes shut as the sun smacked her. Not very useful in bright California sunshine.
tikkun at REI on 10/10/2009

Half Truths.

We purchased cover to keep bugs off our child and as a sun screen, as we go for walk/jog. So fare it has worked as advertised. It does say in the instruction that it is not recommended for hot weather over 85 degrees. Other thing is you need to half remove cover to put child in and out of stroller, and you can't see child while pushing stroller. No top window so can't really tell if bugs are bothering child.
bencross101 at REI on 06/06/2013