Top 10 Strollers
Shopping for baby's stroller can be almost as complicated as shopping for a car. We’ve got the scoop on the latest and greatest rides for baby.
The 4moms Origami — the first power-folding stroller ever — has the highest wow factor we’ve seen. It collapses with a push of a button (kind of reminds us of a Transformer). It also has running lights, and an LCD screen tells you how fast you’re pushing the stroller, how far you’ve walked and the temperature. You can charge your phone with it too. $850, 4moms.com
At 13 pounds, the new Mountain Buggy Nano can go just about anywhere you do. It easily folds small enough to fit in an airplane overhead compartment and includes a shoulder strap for hands-free carry. Staying local? Attach nearly any car seat and it’s an instant travel system. $200, MountainBuggy.com
This jogger will have you eating hills for breakfast (thanks to the hand-activated rear drum brakes, perfect for conquering inclines). Features like the adjustable handle, all-terrain tires and swiveling front wheel make it easy to maneuver on the go, too. $500, BobGear.com
There isn’t a seating style you can’t get with the convertible UPPAbaby VISTA stroller system. Newborns ride in the (included and detachable) bassinet, infants are carried in an attachable UPPAbaby MESA car seat, and toddlers can sit every which way — forward, backward, upright or lying flat. $730, BuyBuyBaby
The Armadillo stroller from Mamas and Papas is an all-around awesome, check-off-every-box stroller. You get to choose from awesome colors like Blue Fizz or Lemon Drop (shown), so you immediately feel cool. We also love the quick, one-handed close, a flip-flop friendly brake, great storage, and the extra-large hood for maximum weather and sun protection. $280, RightStart.com
Whether you have one newborn or two toddlers, the all-terrain navigator can accommodate your adventure. The auto-stop break adds an additional level of safety, and the rear-facing seat option means you can always have your eye on your precious cargo. Convert it to a double with an attachable kit. $500, PhilAndTeds.com
The Bravo Trio system truly grows along with baby. The KeyFit infant car seat easily clicks in and out of the Bravo stroller for in-and-out errands (without waking baby). And by the time toddlerhood rolls around, the stroller can accommodate up to 50 pounds. $350, ToysRUs.com
Easy to maneuver and stylishly compact, the City Mini also has plenty of storage space for your city-slicking adventures. And the single-hand fold feature makes stowing it away easy once you get home. $250, BabyJogger.com
Traveling with two is complicated, but the Snap Duo2 makes the whole process smoother. The Snap features two separate canopies, a one-handed fold and a light, 24-pound frame. Bonus: you can mix and match hood colors. $500, ValcoBaby.com
The queen bee of all urban strollers, the Bugaboo Cameleon3 has a trendy design and cool features like an adjustable handlebar, suspension system (great for sand or snow!) and easy unfolding. The catch: It doesn’t come cheap. But the fact that it serves so many different functions — newborn carriage, car-seat stroller, toddler stroller, beach walker and carry-cot — might just make it worth the splurge. $1,089, Bugaboo.com
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