9 Strollers Everyone's Excited About This Year
It goes without saying that buying a stroller is an investment, both in terms of time spent researching and then, of course, the cost. And everyone's needs are different. Some parents require an an all-terrain stroller they can take on those morning jogs, and others who travel a ton want one that's completely collapsable so they can stow them an airplane's overhead bin. Whatever stroller would be best suited for you, we found the nine most popular options out there.
Nuna Mixx2 Three Mode Stroller
If you are looking for a stroller that is easy to both fold and maneuver, the Nuna Mixx2 ($600) fits the bill. Its one-hand open/close function is a lifesaver. A handy compartment divider keeps the large storage basket well-organized so that you can find whatever you're looking for — fast.
GB Pockit Stroller
The GB Pockit Stroller ($180, originally $250) is the smallest stroller on the market. When folded, its dimensions are 11.8 inches by 7 inches by 13.8 inches. It can support children all the way from 6 months up to 55 pounds. That is an amazing feat for a stroller that weighs less than 10 pounds. It's also known for easy, one-hand pushing and steering.
BOB 2016 Revolution Pro Jogging Stroller
Active parents can hit the trail with the popular BOB 2016 Revolution Pro Jogging Stroller ($500). Feel confident knowing that the ride is smooth for your little one — there's a suspension system that absorbs bumps.
Maxi-Cosi Adorra Stroller
The Maxi-Cosi Adorra Stroller ($400) stands out for its ability to provide extra support during the tiny newborn stage, as well as its extra space when that little one turns into a rambunctious toddler. You can recline the seat at varying degrees in both the forward-facing and parent-facing positions. The storage basket is expandable to fit larger items and flips down for easy access.
The Bugaboo Bee5 ($759 and up) is a fun, lightweight stroller that is fully customizable. That means you get to choose the color of not only your seat fabric but also your chassis, sun canopy, handlebar, and wheel caps. The seat is reversible, so you can keep a closer eye on your little one when you need to. The sun canopy gives your baby's delicate skin extra protection from the sun with UPF 50+ fabric.
UPPAbaby 2017 Cruz Aluminum Frame Stroller
You are going to fall in love with the smooth ride of the UPPAbaby Cruz 2017 Stroller ($500). It is lightweight and easy to maneuver in crowded spaces. The telescoping handlebar sports a beautiful premium leather cover and can be adjusted with one hand. The seat is also one-hand adjustable and can be reclined into five different positions (including a full-flat position for comfortable sleeping).
Bugaboo Cameleon3 Stroller
One of the most unique things about the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 ($1,099 and up) is that you can reverse the handle bar so the large back wheels become the front wheels. This allows you to maneuver over rough terrain effortlessly. For even more challenging surfaces, like sand and snow, you can completely remove the two smaller wheels to use it in a two-wheel position.
Zoe XL2 Deluxe
The Zoe XL2 Deluxe ($250) is almost half the weight of most other double travel strollers. The difference between 16 pounds and upwards of 30 pounds for most other double travel strollers really matters when you're on the go. If weight is an issue for you at all, this is definitely the double stroller for you!