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How to Choose a Stroller

How To Chose A Stroller

Different Stroller Types That Suit Your Lifestyle As your family grows, keep things rolling smoothly with the best stroller—or strollers—to fit your lifestyle. With custom feature combinations to suit every stage and scenario, you might find that one just isn't enough! Learn about the different stroller types that will best fit your needs.

Full-size Strollers - Fully Loaded

What is a full-size stroller? Full-size strollers combine versatility with fully loaded features for ease of use and comfort. Transfer your infant car seat to the stroller with a simple click. As your baby grows, choose from multiple recline positions and canopy settings. Generous storage and adjustable features for parents provide on-the-go convenience.

Multiride Jet stroller

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Best Friend Pro stroller

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Goody Stroller

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Full-size Strollers - Checklist

Click in an infant car seat for on-the-go convenience during your baby’s first year of life Store your phone, keys, and even beverages at your fingertips with a parent tray and cup holder(s)
Be prepared for anything with an extra-large storage basket for diapers, wipes and other newborn essentials First class amenities always come at a price, so be prepared to spend a little more and haul a little extra
Keep your little one cozy with baby-friendly comforts like a fully-reclining seat and large canopy for shade

Lightweight Strollers - Compact & Travel Friendly

What is a lightweight stroller? Lightweight strollers are designed for maneuverability. Big on comfort and performance with swivel wheels, toe-tap brakes, generous storage and multiple recline settings to keep outings smooth, comfortable and secure. Easy to stow with a built-in carry handle and compact, trunk-friendly fold.

Liteway 3

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Oohlala 2

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Lightweight Strollers - Checklist

Streamline your outings with an active toddler with a sleek strolling alternative that’s easy to maneuver Most lightweight strollers do not have parent or child trays
Simplify vacations and day trips with a small footprint and compact, trunk-friendly fold Most lightweight strollers do not have click-in attachment for an infant car seat ( Exceptions are the Mini Bravo® Plus and Liteway® Plus, which accept an infant car seat to create a lightweight strolling solution that lasts from day 1 through toddlerhood )
Transport easily between the car and the house with a lightweight design and carry handle or strap

Double Strollers - Built For Two

What is a double stroller? Double strollers offer ample room for two. Two independent and adjustable canopies and multiple seating configurations, including the option to use your infant car seat, ensure that everyone gets a comfy, customized ride. All-wheel suspension for easy maneuvering and a quick-fold feature for storing.

OOhlala twin

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Strollin 2

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Double Strollers - Checklist

Maintain your growing family's mobility with a tandem, side-by-side or sitting/standing stroller built for two passengers Strollers designed for two are naturally larger and somewhat heavier than strollers designed for one
If your oldest is at least two-and-a-half, the BravoFor2® has a bonus rear seat and standing platform for big brother or sister
If you're expecting twins, the Cortina® Together accepts two KeyFit® or Fit2® infant car seats