8 Strollers Every Parent Is Going to Want This Spring
There's nothing worse than lugging around a heavy, clunky stroller on an outing, especially as the weather starts to warm up and the mere thought of pushing your child around outside makes you break a sweat. Stroller companies are hearing mama cries from all over the world, and are responding with some seriously amazing products, many of which are narrower, more lightweight, and super compact.
If you're in the market for a new stroller, read through to see the eight strollers that we want to get our hands on — and even if you weren't planning on investing in a new stroller, you might start after seeing these (we're sorry in advance).
Bugaboo by Diesel Rock
The Bugaboo by Diesel Rock stroller ($919) — a version of the company's "Bee" stroller, which folds into one lightweight piece and grows with your child from birth — will be available from April in all of its rock 'n' roll glory. The chic stroller has a few seriously cool features, like its studded sun canopy, vegan leather seat details, silver wheel caps, and "tattooed" seat back, which makes it extremely stylish in addition to functional.
Stokke Scoot With Style Kit in Racing Yellow
Take your baby on his first Formula One lap around the block with this Stokke Scoot stroller ($600) outfitted with a style kit in racing yellow ($180). Not only is the stroller itself comfortable for kiddos — the seat inlay is cushioned and designed to wick away moisture, which is perfect for hot days — but the style kit looks like a New York City taxi, which is perfect for any parent, as we are all quite literally our child's personal taxi driver.
Phil & Ted's Smart Stroller
This Smart Compact Stroller ($300) that debuts next month gives parents of newborns a compact, ready-to-go solution. With a 22.5 inch narrow width and one of the smallest folds out there, this stroller is a "smart," all-in-one option for new parents.
The lightweight Joovy Balloon ($200) is marketed as the "do everything, go-everywhere stroller," as it's great for on-the-go — whether your child is awake or napping — and has a simple, one-hand standing fold. It's easy to travel with on public transport, and fits into the trunk of taxis or family cars like a dream.
Peg Perego Book For Two
If you have two kids, or twins, this Book For Two stroller ($650) — though pricey — is the company's most compact side-by-side stroller. It's width — 29 inches — and one-handed fold are just two of many reasons this travel system is a great option for parents who need to push around multiple littles.
Summer Infant 3Dtwo Double Convenience Stroller
Coming in April, this Summer Infant 3Dtwo Double Convenience Stroller ($200) looks like a one-kid stroller, but is actually a compact two-kid system. It's lightweight, doesn't have the width of a typical double stroller — the kiddos sit one behind the other — and folds up thin to make life easier for parents of multiples.