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Best Stroller

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Tuesday September 21, 2021
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Searching for the best strollers? We purchased and tested over 180 strollers to find the absolute best. For this update, we picked the 14 top products across the full range of types of strollers. We'll take you through the best of the best, one for every goal and budget. We used competitors from every stroller category from jogging to full-size and lightweight umbrella strollers with a goal to help you find the right product for your family and wallet. Each was used extensively and put through our battery of practical scientific comparison tests, to figure out which is the easiest, simplest, and most helpful for you and your family.
Related: Best Double Stroller of 2021

Best Overall Baby Stroller

UPPAbaby Cruz v2

Weight: 25 lbs | Folded Size: 12,469 cubic inches
Great features
Works great with an infant car seat

If you asked us to pick a single product we recommend to our friends concerned with quality, it is the UPPAbaby Cruz v2 without hesitation. The Cruz v2 is lightweight (comparatively), easy to use, and uses high-quality materials that feel durable. Plus, the Cruz v2 works well with an infant car seat, including a few of our favorites, like the award-winning UPPAbaby Mesa and Chicco KeyFit 30. We like the giant storage bin with a 30 lb weight limit, the new even larger canopy, and the addition of suspension on the v2, making the new Cruz better than almost any competitor.

The wheels on the Cruz are relatively small, though they have made them larger on the v2. Their disappointing size makes it more difficult to traverse rough surfaces when compared to the BOB Rambler or Thule Urban Glide 2. However, the Cruz offers excellent maneuverability on smooth surfaces making it highly suitable for running errands and most public venues. While the Cruz v2 is more expensive than most full-size and jogging competitors, many parents feel that its quality and easy-to-use, useful features more than justify the extra cost.

Read review: UPPAbaby Cruz v2

Top All-Terrain Stroller

BOB Rambler

Weight: 25.1 lbs | Folded Size: 13,150 cubic inches
Works well off-road
Easy to push and turn
Cumbersome when folded
Not for babies under 8 months

The BOB Rambler is a newer BOB that is essentially a scaled-down version of the popular BOB Revolution Flex which has been a favorite due to its exceptional maneuverability and versatility. The Rambler is a great combination of performance with a reasonable price that comes with a lighter weight and slightly smaller size than other BoBs. If you love the outdoors, like to hike or jog, and desire a rugged option with good storage, a giant canopy, and adjustable tracking and suspension, then the Rambler is one for your shortlist. While arguably more at home in the great wide open, the Rambler also works well in tight spaces while shopping and when errands are the adventures of the day.

This product is heavier and more substantial when folded than some of the full-size competition, but it is smaller and lighter than similar jogging competitors. It also isn't the best choice for infant car seat strolling despite compatibility with various infant car seats using an adapter (sold separately). We aren't fans of the two-step attachment process that includes straps we worry parents won't use. However, if you have adventures on your mind and want a versatile jogger that is lightweight and good for errands, then the Rambler is a must-have.

Read review: BOB Rambler

Safety Note
Do not run with your baby until they are a minimum of 8 to 12 months old and have an adequate head, neck, and core stability. For more information specific to your family, discuss your plans with your child's pediatrician before you go adventuring.

Best Bang for the Buck

Baby Jogger City Mini 2

Weight: 17.5 lbs | Folded Size: 8,300 cubic inches
Lighter than average
Simple, compact fold
Harder to push

The Baby Jogger City Mini 2 is a lighter, compact, easy-to-fold option we readily recommend to friends, especially those looking for something budget-friendly. The City Mini 2 is excellent for most adventures that don't head off-road or include running. It is easy to use, good quality, and comfy for passengers, with a cozy seat good for napping. With a large storage basket and a giant canopy, the City Mini 2 has convenient features that work well for an awesome value compared to the competition.

This product is not the right choice if you want a one-and-done option and want to jog. It also isn't suitable for hiking or moving off smooth surfaces for very far. However, it is a great everyday option that can also do double duty for travel despite these limitations. We think most parents will love this economical choice that is compatible with many infant car seats. The Mini 2 won awards in the full-size review and our lightweight category.

Read review: Baby Jogger City Mini 2

Top High-end Stroller

UPPAbaby Vista v2

Weight: 27.1 lbs | Folded Size: 14,157 cubic inches
Expands up to 3
Excellent storage
Stiff price tag

The UPPAbaby Vista v2 is a fantastic high-end choice we recommend for parents that want a little more of everything and aren't worried about the price tag that comes with it. The Vista v2 is also a great double stroller as it can easily grow with your family, carrying up to three little ones with ease (age-dependent). The Vista v2 is stylish, easy to use, and includes quality parts and attention to detail. This product has various seating configurations and includes a toddler seat and bassinet in the purchase price. The Vista v2 works with two toddler seats, two infant carriers (seats and adapters purchased separately), and two bassinets, or any combination of seating, facing forward or backward. It features a giant storage bin and canopy, with a nap-worthy seat recline. Compared to similar competitors, the Vista v2 delivers high functionality, a lower price tag, and usually lower weight. The Vista v2 moves well for its size, and we think parents will enjoy its adjustable handlebar and giant under-seat storage bin with an unheard-of 30 lb max allowance.

The Vista v2 has one of the highest prices in our reviews, making it a potential no-go for families on a tighter budget. Also, it is not suitable for running, which makes it a lousy choice for parents who want to run or hike. However, if your budget allows, we think it's tough to beat the Vista v2, especially for families with multiple children or plans to grow. If the price tag is not in your wheelhouse or a double option isn't a necessity, then the less spendy, smaller, and lighter UPPAbaby Cruz v2 should make your list instead.

Read review: UPPAbaby Vista v2

Big City Taxi Master

Doona Combo

Weight: 16.5 lbs | Folded Size: 8,150 cubic inches
Unique combo product
Excels at city life
Easy to use
Heavy for a car seat
Relatively higher price

The Doona Combo is a unique car seat and strolling combo that combines two products. This cool mash-up makes the Doona a ridiculously easy-to-use product that is good for those who frequent public transportation and city dwellers. This combo lets parents push their baby from place to place from home to a day on the town, including public transportation. The car seat is easy to use, installs quickly without the base, and fills a niche for parents who live in the city and may otherwise choose to forgo a car seat for the sake of convenience.

The Doona Combo may not be the ideal option for every family, thanks to a relatively higher price, heavy carrying weight, and limited lifespan. Still, it can't be beaten for city families that may otherwise legally skip using a car seat because they are a pain to carry or require a strolling companion. We think this is the easiest way to get your baby from an apartment to an Uber to strolling with ease and enviable style, making it a must-have for parents on-the-go, on-the-town, and those who frequent public transportation.

Read review: Doona Combo

Top Umbrella Stroller

BabyZen Yoyo+

Weight: 13.5 lbs | Folded Size: 3,276 cubic inches
Sleek design
Easy to push
Expensive for an umbrella
Hard to nap in

The BabyZen Yoyo+ is a lightweight umbrella option with a compact fold. This high-end, lighter product has many features parents want in a small package that is good for travel. While the Yoyo+ is more expensive than most secondary travel-friendly competitors, it is a high-quality choice with nice materials that function well. The Yoyo is easy to push and turn, a rarity in the umbrella world, and it is stylish and sleek.

While it is harder to push and a wee bit heavier, it is easier to use overall and earned a higher score for quality than the competition in our umbrella review. It is also more expensive than similar choices, so it isn't a great option for families on a tight budget or parents who only need a travel option for a single event. If budget isn't a concern, and you want the absolute best in a lightweight product, the BabyZen Yoyo+ is a standout in its field.

Read review: BabyZen Yoyo+

Best for Jogging

Thule Urban Glide 2

Weight: 24.4 lbs | Folded Size: 15,388 cubic inches
High quality
Great runner
Easy to use
Harder to fit in small spaces when folded

The Thule Urban Glide 2 is a great jogger that is easy to use, super maneuverable, and relatively lightweight (you know, for a jogger). This jogger works as well for serious runners as it does for casual errands with covered storage, tight turning radius, and comfortable seating for longer trips. These features make the Urban Glide 2 a product we recommend for families that want an option for double duty or for serious runners that don't want to miss a step once your baby is old enough to go. The Urban Glide 2 is a favorite from our Jogging Stroller testing, out-maneuvering the competition with its adjustable tracking for straight moving, nice suspension, locking swivel front wheel, and adjustable handlebar.

This product is not a good choice for families who don't intend to run or go hiking off-road. The added weight and bulk will make it hard to lift and stow, so you can avoid this hassle if jogging isn't in your future. We love that the Urban Glide 2 is so functional and thoughtfully designed that parents can use it for almost any kind of outing. With a price tag lower than some of the competition, and cheaper than many full-size options that offer less, we think this cool jogger is an excellent buy that fills multiple needs that saves you money all in an enjoyable package. The Thule Urban Glide 2 also works with a variety of infant car seats with the purchase of the appropriate adapter, making it a product that can fill three niches with ease.

Read review: Thule Urban Glide 2

Safety Note
Because younger infants lack the muscle strength or control to adequately absorb the jarring experience generated by running in a jogger, parents should wait until their baby is a minimum of 8 to 12 months old before moving fast with any strolling option.

Inexpensive Casual Jogger

Baby Trend Expedition

Weight: 23.7 lbs | Folded Size: 12,463 cubic inches
Easy to push and turn
Lots of features
Lower quality
Not great for serious runners

The Baby Trend Expedition is an inexpensive jogger that is easy to push and turn with pneumatic rubber tires and a locking swivel front wheel. This budget-friendly product is good on uneven terrain, has under-seat storage, and a three-wheel design that is easy to turn in tight spaces. With a low, low list price, this jogger is less than half the price of most joggers, proving you can have a nice moving product that is easy to push without the sticker shock. These features helped the Expedition win kudos for strong bang-for-your-buck in our Jogging Review.

This jogger lacks suspension and tracking adjustment, making it a poor choice for serious runners. It is also heavy and large if you hope to travel with it or have limited space. That being said, we would still recommend this product to a friend that wants a jogging look with large rubber tires (for greenbelt traversing) but may not really be interested in regular jogging.

Read review: Baby Trend Expedition

Best Car Seat Frame Stroller

Chicco Shuttle

Weight: 15 lbs | Folded Size: 6,360 cubic inches
Light and small make it easy to carry and stow
Works well with compatible car seats
Only compatible with Chicco car seats
Limited lifespan

The Chicco Shuttle is a frame product designed specifically for carrying infant car seat carriers. The Shuttle is a lightweight, compact product with a lower price tag making it an excellent choice for the first nine months of a baby's strolling life. This convenient option is easy to fold and stow with adequate storage for running errands and cup holders for within-reach hydration. We think this choice can give you more time to decide what kind of strolling option you want in the future. It could potentially save you money and frustration in the long run by preventing a purchase you might regret.

This kind of product has a limited lifespan of about nine months, so it isn't a one-and-done purchase. It isn't a good choice if you need to travel across grass and gravel frequently in your baby's first year, as its maneuverability isn't limited. However, if you want a simple way to get your little one from place to place, then the Shuttle is a useful solution.

Read review: Chicco Shuttle

Best Double Option

Thule Urban Glide 2 Double

Weight: 35.9 lbs | Folded Size: 19,373 cubic inches
Easy to push and turn
Good for all-terrain
Great jogger
Bulky when folded
Only accepts one infant car seat

The Thule Urban Glide 2 Double is a cool jogger crossover for multiple passengers that works well as a full-size option for two. We think this is an excellent choice for parents who want to spend time outdoors as much as they need to run errands or go shopping with two kids in tow. This relatively lightweight and economical option (compared to double competitors) is easy to push and turn, easy to use, and has some of the nicest features with large canopies, nap-worthy seating, and large under-seat storage. Winning a top rating in our Double Stroller Review, the Urban Glide 2 Double proves it has what it takes to work for everyday adventures, as well as regular jogging for the serious runners. The Urban Glide 2 Double is one of the cheapest of the top five double products, making it not only the highest overall scorer but a great deal for budget seekers.

This double option isn't the best choice for travel as it is large and heavy compared to umbrella competitors that sport designs with travel in mind. However, it is tough to beat for any other kind of use and should be on the shortlist of any parent with more than one child.

Read review: Thule Urban Glide 2 Double

Economical Trike for Two

Baby Trend Expedition Double

Weight: 30.6 lbs | Folded Size: 18,401 cubic inches
Good on uneven terrain
Can occasionally jog
Not great for serious runners
Not good for babies under 8 months

The Baby Trend Expedition Double is a budget-friendly option for two that you can occasionally use for jogging. This double product is a good option for anyone looking for the jogger look and feel without the price tag that comes with a more traditional jogger. The Expedition Double sports pneumatic rubber wheels that work well on various terrains, and a locking swivel front wheel makes it suitable for jogging. Even if you don't jog, the features make it one of the better choices for moving over uneven terrains like grass and gravel. With identical seating, including stow pockets and canopy, and a useful parent's tray and under-seat storage, this inexpensive product has features that make daily use easy and convenient, which helped it win an award in our Double Strollers Review.

Unfortunately, the Expedition Double lacks tracking and suspension, so you won't want to run with it regularly, but the ability to take it on a quick run makes it a more versatile option compared to traditional double options. It is also bulky and heavy compared to lightweight possibilities, so it isn't suitable for travel. However, if you want a double with rubber tires and a three-wheel design for slick maneuverability, then this economical option is one to consider.

Read review: Baby Trend Expedition Double

Best Double for Smaller Budgets

Joovy ScooterX2 with Tray

Weight: 31.4 lbs | Folded Size: 16,948 cubic inches
Easy to use
Harder to push and turn due to small plastic wheels
Not compatible with infant car seats

The Joovy Scooter X2 is an eye-turning product for two with cozy seats, a giant canopy, and a quick folding mechanism. We recommend this option to parents with two who don't want to sacrifice features and convenience for a lower list price. Though harder to push than competitors with larger rubber wheels, this economical product features a giant storage bin, additional pockets, and cup holders that make it convenient for parents and children alike.

This product is not compatible with any infant car seat making it a bad choice for parents with infant twins who want to stroll. It also doesn't roll very well over uneven terrain. However, we think the Scooter X2 is a crowd-pleaser for a reason, and we think most parents of multiples will enjoy the quality and features it offers for the price, which is why it won an award in our Double Strollers Review.

Read review: Joovy Scooter X2

Budget Travel Two-Seater

Delta Children LX Side by Side

Weight: 18.5 lbs | Folded Size: 8,211 cubic inches
Compact fold
Competitive price
Harder to push and turn
Fewer features
Lower quality

The Delta Children LX Side by Side is one of the lightest two-seaters you'll find. This double umbrella stroller has a traditional umbrella fold and is relatively compact compared to the competition for two. It has an impressive price for what you get and could make a great travel choice or second stroller for tourist adventures or airport endeavors.

The Delta is not the best quality with smaller everything that feels somewhat flimsy. It is also harder to push on any surface that isn't flat, though most umbrella strollers we've seen lack masterful maneuverability. Despite these flaws, we think this is a contender for parents who need the occasional lightweight stroller for travel and have less concern for features and functionality than price and being easy to carry and stow.

Read review: Delta Children LX Side by Side

Best for Infant Twins

Joovy TwinRoo+

Weight: 24 lbs | Folded Size: 12,700 cubic inches
Accepts 2 infant car seats from a variety of brands
Ample space for supplies and refreshments
Lightweight and compact
Harder to push and turn
Limited lifespan

The Joovy Twin Roo+ is a lightweight double-frame product that is easy to fold, fits almost anywhere, and works with almost any infant car seat combination. With ample under-seat storage, and the ability to install the seats facing either side, the focus is on convenience and ease of use with this economical infant car seat carrier. The Joovy Twin Roo+ also has a cheaper price tag that can help you save money in babies' first nine months while you determine what kind of double product will be ideal in the long run. As a result, you'll have fewer limitations than choosing from the few double options that work with two car seats attached. We think this consideration alone makes the Twin Roo+ a no-brainer for parents of twins.

This Joovy isn't a smooth mover over all terrains, so you won't want to take it off-road (though you shouldn't jostle young babies off-road anyway). The Twin Roo+ also has a limited lifespan of only about nine months, which means you'll be back to the drawing board looking for something new at some point. The Twin Roo+ is a cost-effective way to transport two at one time without a hassle or disturbing babies. While not winning any awards, we think this kind of product is a great one for new parents to transport twins without disruption.

Read review: Joovy Twin Roo+

We tested a myriad of different full-size strollers over the course...
We tested a myriad of different full-size strollers over the course of several updates to this review. Several of these options are pictured here.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Why You Should Trust Us

BabyGearLab has tested over 180 top competitors of every type for our strolling-related reviews, including everything from joggers to umbrella options. Dr. Juliet Spurrier, founder and board-certified pediatrician, leads our selection process considering quality, performance, and ease of use when making competitor selections. Bob Wofford, our Senior Review Analyst, heads the in-house testing process by putting each stroller through a series of specific tests comparing one to another in a side-by-side process unlike any other on Earth. Bob has led the strolling product testing since 2013, laying hands on more strollers than virtually anyone else on the planet. Senrior Review Editor, Wendy Schmitz mom of two boys began working in the strolling realm in 2014. Running, strolling, folding, and lifting each contender gives Wendy a unique perspective to assess and comment on ease of use and other features in our final gear reviews for readers. The strolling team also includes Senior Review Editor, Abriah Wofford, who joined in the fun in 2016.

Our joggers are also assessed and tested by a professional runner, our running expert, Carrie Vickers. With her background as a running biomechanics consultant and experience as a national-class runner, Carrie provides insight into each product's run-ability to ensure that serious and casual runners alike will be happy with our award winners.

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Strolling Savvy: Narrowing Your Options

How do you decide which strolling product (or products) is the best option for your family? Narrowing down the wide competition by looking at key considerations is the best way to determine what kind of product and specific options will work for your family. Considering the following questions will help give you a laser focus on what you need and what you want so you can make a good decision on which gear to add to your family.

The Baby Jogger City Mini is a high quality stroller that makes a...
The Baby Jogger City Mini is a high quality stroller that makes a good everyday option that is lighter weight and versatile.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Can one product do it all?

Wouldn't it be blissfully wonderful if a single product could fulfill all your strolling dreams (trust us, it's a thing) and needs? We are sad to say that none of them can do everything, not a single one. However, some products cross the lines of type and could meet your needs in different areas, depending on what you want. For example, some full-size options are relatively light and small enough to be considered lightweight or umbrella products. They often have adequate features for running errands and napping, but they also quickly fold and fit in smaller spaces. The Baby Jogger City Mini 2 is an excellent example of a single product that can meet both needs well enough. This full-size option earned awards in our Full-Size Review and our Lightweight review. The City Mini 2 is a good everyday choice, but it can also do double duty as a lightweight option. What it can't do (despite its moniker) is jog or head off-road. Unfortunately, the cheaper plastic wheels aren't great off-road, but it is compatible with a variety of infant car seat carriers with the purchase of an adapter. So, this one product can meet 3 out of 4 needs if necessary, which is as close to a do it all product as you can get. If you don't plan to jog, then you're all set. If you want to jog, then you're still on the hook for something more.

The Flex works just as well for sidewalk strolling as it does for...
The Flex works just as well for sidewalk strolling as it does for dirt trail running.
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Can a jogger work for everyday use?

Yes, you can, and maybe you should! It turns out, many people find a jogger to work just as well for daily outings as it does for running, but there are trade-offs you'll need to consider. Some joggers have ample storage and a locking swivel front wheel that allows them to function well as a full-size product. As long as your vehicle has adequate space to transport it, you don't have trouble lifting around 25 lbs, and you don't frequent crowded locations. We think the BOB Rambler and the Thule Urban Glide 2 are great for doing double duty because their swivel front wheels translate to good maneuverability in small spaces (like freaky good!). Their rubber tires mean they can easily push and turn on uneven surfaces (can you say easy breezy?). Both options have useful storage and comfy seating for passengers with deep recline angles for napping, nice suspension, and large canopies. However, they are larger when folded than some full-size options, and they can be challenging to lift and stow (get your workout on!). On the bright side, they are similar in weight to many full-size competitors. The Thule Urban Glide 2 is 24.6 lbs compared to 27.8 lbs for the UPPAbaby Vista and 21.6 lbs for the UPPAbaby Cruz, two award-winning products from our Full-Size review. Also, many joggers work with a variety of infant car seat carriers, so they can combine with a car seat, even if they are larger and heavy. These features mean joggers could potentially do the job of three products (jogger, full-size, and car seat carrier). Will a jogger ever be an excellent travel companion? Nope. They are just too darn large to meet travel needs. But, if you don't travel or won't need to stroll when you do, then does it matter? Maybe not.

The ZOE XL1 BEST v2 is a lightweight umbrella stroller with several...
The ZOE XL1 BEST v2 is a lightweight umbrella stroller with several convenience features parents like.
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Should I use an umbrella or full-size product?

This answer depends on your strolling plans. If you frequently travel or commute, you would benefit from a lightweight or compact choice so that an umbrella product may be your best choice. While traditionally, this style has fewer features and can be harder to push, the lighter weight and smaller size make them superior at travel. If your travel plans are more prolonged, your baby might need to nap, or you'll need extra supplies. As a result, you'll require more features in your lightweight product. These features potentially make the BabyZen Yoyo+ a better choice. However, if you only want to invest in a single option that can do it all with a few compromises, for convenience or budget, then the Baby Jogger City Mini 2 can work as a full-size and lightweight choice.

The UPPAbaby Vista works with a variety of infant car seats making...
The UPPAbaby Vista works with a variety of infant car seats making it a good choice for strolling with twins. This photo includes 2 UPPAbaby Mesa car seats.
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Are All Doubles Great for Twins?

Are you trying to find a great twin-suitable strolling option, but you aren't sure where to begin? Depending on the age of your twins, you'll need to consider a few things. If your twins are infants and you hope to pair your infant car seat with a stroller, that only half of the doubles we've tested will work as many doubles won't work with two car seats at the same time. This lack of connectivity means they are essentially useless for babies under nine months. In the top contenders for two, only two options accept more than one car seat, the Thule Sleek Double, and the UPPAbaby Vista Double. To resolve this issue, you could consider the Joovy Twin Roo+. This frame product is an excellent way to stroll with two infants until they grow too big for their car seats. Choosing a frame option gives you additional time to decide which features or style you need for how you plan to stroll.

How many products do I need?

How many products you will need varies from one family to another. You might need as many as three or four, while others may not even need one. If you practice babywearing, you might get through your baby's first few years' sans stroller. Alternatively, you might find that you or your baby don't click with the closeness, or you like using products designed for specific activities. If either of these applies to you, then you might easily find yourself with three or more options during the strolling years; these could include a full-size for everyday use, a jogger for outdoor adventures, a travel-ready lightweight, or a biking trailer.

Babywearing is a great way to go sans stroller. With new carriers...
Babywearing is a great way to go sans stroller. With new carriers offering more holding options and hands-free designs, it is hard to go wrong with these instant baby soothers.
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Baby Wearing
Wearing your baby is an excellent alternative to strolling, especially with young infants. Holding your newborn and younger infant close to your heart is a great way to increase bonding, and in our experience, it is an excellent way to calm and soothe your baby. Most modern-day carriers are comfortable and safely keep your baby close while freeing your hands for other activities. From getting groceries to doing laundry, you can do so much while wearing your baby. Starting this practice early could develop a habit where you don't need a strolling option at all! This baby-friendly solution can save money, space, and frustration from purchasing and managing a larger second product.

The Chicco Keyfit 30 works so well with the Shuttle you won't be...
The Chicco Keyfit 30 works so well with the Shuttle you won't be surprised that they are made for each other.
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The number of strolling options you could need is challenging to answer because everyone has different needs and lifestyles. Like many parents, you may not be sure when or how you will use a stroller. If this is the case, you should consider a carrier that allows you to carry your baby close to you until you get a better idea of your strolling needs. Alternatively, if you feel uncomfortable with carrying, you might consider a frame-style stroller, like the Chicco Shuttle or the Joovy Twin Roo+(for twins). These alternate solutions are comparatively inexpensive and can give you leeway to analyze your future strolling needs. You might be surprised to find they are none. Or, it could be a lightweight competitor is the right fit because you travel regularly. Perhaps a jogger will be your go-to as the outdoors, and staying active is how you choose to live. Is a full-size contender your go-to because you plan to run errands but never run? Only you know the answers to these questions, and once you do, you'll be ready to choose the right solution from our selections above.


The products in this lineup and our rigorous process for narrowing potential options can help you determine if you need more than one product and what kind of products will work best for your needs. This in-depth analysis of potential competitors could suggest a single stroller or more than one, depending on your goals. Sadly, we haven't found a single product that can "do it all." Relax! You don't need actually need to figure it all out this very moment; you can easily baby step into the strolling world. In fact, we recommend this for many parents. Going slow allows you to determine what your strolling needs really are before you make an expensive potential mistake. You can select a baby carrier for your little one instead of a stroller. Or, choose an ultra-lightweight frame product for your infant car seat. You might choose a budget-friendly, versatile option like the Baby Jogger City Mini 2. This choice is lightweight and has enough features to function as a useful everyday baby mover. Using our insight, you can find the best solutions as you go. We welcome you to "stroll" through the options to discover which might be the right choice for your family.

Juliet Spurrier, MD & Wendy Schmitz