The Best Strollers of 2020

These new strollers and updated favorites will rock your roll in 2020. Read on to find your favorite lightweight stroller, travel stroller, city stroller and more, and check back for updates as new strollers are released. We’ve also included our other favorites to give you even more choices.
New in 2020 photo: Joolz Joolz Aer Stroller

The ultra-light (13 pounds) Aer stroller from Netherlands-based Joolz has a one-handed quick-fold design, a carrying strap, an included travel pouch to protect it in car trunks and overhead bins, a rain cover, UPF 50+ canopy with peekaboo window, and a roomy storage basket. To help kids ride in comfort, this modern stroller features a patent-pending, body-conforming seat, a tall seat back for growing kids and an adjustable recline.

Available at, $399.

photo: Mockingbird Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller

This single-to-double stroller offers maximum versatility with 17 seat arrangements for singles or multiple kids, including parent-facing and forward-facing modes. A one-handed, standing fold makes storage a snap, while the adjustable handlebar, one-step footbrake and front-locking wheels keep it easy to maneuver. The storage basket features a hidden pocket and a detachable cover you can remove for easier access or keep on for added security. Keep kids cool by opening the canopy's zipper to reveal mesh for more airflow, and peek in without disturbing through the peekaboo window. The seat recline and adjustable footrest accommodate growing kids, and the footrest zips open for easy (and ingenious!) crumb, sand and dirt removal. There's a hidden pocket by the handlebars for your phone or keys, and a full sun-coverage cover for shaded snoozes.

Available at, a single stroller is $395 and a second seat kit is $120; or buy both together for $495.


photo: Contours Baby Contours Bitsy Elite Compact Stroller

The Contours Bitsy Elite is compatible with several car seats without the need for an adaptor and is a dream for travel, as it's lightweight (14 lbs.) and fits into most airplane overhead compartments. The mesh seat and canopy keep kids cool with better airflow, and the UPF 50+ canopy with zippered mesh extension protects from the sun's rays. The forward-facing seat reclines for stroller naps, and there's all-wheel suspension for a smooth ride and an expandable basket for all your gear. When not in use, there's a one-step, one-handed fold and it stores upright so it fits even in tight spaces. Available in blue and black.

Available at, $199.

photo: Thule Thule Spring Stroller

Perfect for city dwellers, the Spring stroller from Thule sports a lightweight frame and a one-handed, compact, standing fold, leaving a smaller folded footprint than many other three-wheeled strollers. There's a step-in footrest for older kids in "I can do it" mode, multi-position recline and an adjustable, extendable canopy with peekaboo window and UPF 50+ protection. You'll appreciate the adjustable handlebar, the swiveling, lockable front wheel with suspension, and large storage basket. Available in six sleek color combinations.

Available at, $399.95.

photo: évolur évolur Infinity Convertible Stroller

Great for growing families, this quick-fold stroller converts from a single stroller to a twin stroller using a connector. The strollers easily attach side by side through a push-clamp and detach from each other with a push of a button. Little riders will enjoy the recline options, including full recline for naps, as well as the padded seat and leg support. There's also a spacious storage basket and locking, swiveling front wheels and rear wheel breaks.

Available at, $160-$175 for the stroller; $33.99 for the connector.

photo: Chicco Chicco Piccolo Stroller

Great for travel and running errands, this lightweight stroller has a compact, tri-fold, self-standing design and both opens and maneuvers with one hand. It's packed with handy features for you and your child, including a multi-position reclining backrest, mesh air vents on the sides of the seat for cooling comfort, toe-tap brakes for safety, a detachable cup holder, storage basket and an expandable canopy with UPF 50+ and a flip-open peekaboo window. Pop it in your car's trunk or a storage closet easily, then take it out and enjoy all-wheel suspension and front-locking swivel wheels for a smooth ride.

Available at, $229.99.

photo: BOB Gear BOB Gear Alterrain Pro (Updated)

This popular jogging stroller has been updated to include the company's newest suspension system, air-filled tires, and a one-handed, self-standing quick fold, making it easy to to store in tight spaces. You can also remove the rear wheels for more compact storage. The stroller features an adjustable handlebar, a UPF 50+ canopy that's both waterproof and windproof, and a padded compression seat with multiple recline options to keep kids comfortable. There's an ergonomic handbrake and a wrist strap to control your speed when going downhill, the storage basket has a zippered lid for securing your belongings, and there are five additional storage pockets for all your necessities.

Available at, $599.99.

photo: Graco Graco Modes Travel Systems (Updated)

Graco has launched updated versions of three of its popular Modes Travel Systems: Modes Nest DLX (pictured above), Modes Pramette DLX and Modes Element DLX. Each stroller has a reversible seat and comes with the SnugRide SnugLock 35 LX infant car seat. The Nest features a height-adjustable seat to bring baby closer to you, an expandable storage basket and has a self-standing fold. The Pramette has a one-handed fold, a large storage basket, a tray with cup holder for your child, and a cup holder and phone holder for you. The Element has a one-handed, self-standing fold, a parent tray and kids tray with cup holders, and a large storage basket.

Available at; the Modes Nest Travel System is $399.99, Modes Pramette Travel System is $299.99, and Modes Element Travel System is $259.99.

photo: Baby Jogger Baby Jogger city mini Strollers

Baby Jogger has released updated designs of the city mini 2 Double and city mini GT2 Double strollers this year. Both feature a one-step in-seat fold, adjustable calf support, near-flat recline for stroller snoozes, and UV 50 canopies with peekaboo windows. The 2 Double stroller has an extra-large basket with front or rear access and converts to a travel system with the City GO infant car seat or city mini 2 Double Pram. The GT2 Double stroller features rubber tires and all-wheel suspension for a comfortable ride even on rough terrain. There's also an adjustable handlebar and a hand-operated parking break. Add accessories like a glider board, parent console, child tray and more; all are sold separately.

Available at; the city mini 2 Double is $499.99, and the city mini GT2 Double is $599.99.

photo: Silver Cross Silver Cross Jet 2020 Stroller (Updated)

Updated for this year, the compact Jet 2020 stroller now features a comfy ergonomic seat and wider front wheels for improved suspension. It can be stowed in the overhead bins of most major airlines and works as an everyday stroller as well as it does for travel. Other perks include a one-handed fold, multi-positioning reclining seat, extendable UPF 50+ canopy with peekaboo window, storage basket, rain cover and lockable swivel wheels. For increased convenience while traveling, there's a removable bumper bar that doubles as a luggage handle to let you wheel your stroller like a suitcase (travel cover is included). The stroller can be adapted to a travel system with select, popular infant car seats.

Available at, $399.

Our Other Favorites photo: Colugo The Complete Stroller by Colugo

This sleek, easy-fold stroller features an outward- or inward-facing seat, large basket with three pockets, UPF+ canopy with shade extension and all-wheel suspension and shock absorption. There's a full recline for stroller snoozes, and an included cup holder and rain cover. In addition to black, blue and olive green, this stroller comes in a black floral print and the rose sparkle shown above. 

Available at, $445.

photo: Doona Doona Dusk Limited Edition Car Seat & Stroller

Available exclusively at PishPosh Baby, this upgraded Doona Dusk car seat to stroller travel system boasts the original version's integrated wheels that convert it from car seat to stroller to rocker, an easy fold, adjustable handlebar and sleek compact size. In addition, this limited edition features a matte frame, leatherette detailing and two included accessories: a rain cover and the Essentials Bag, also in leatherette detailing.

Available at, $599.


photo: Delta Children Jeep Deluxe Open Trails Jogger by Delta Children

Disney approved! This sleek jogging stroller meets Disney's park requirements. Plus, it folds easily and compactly, so you won't mind traveling with it to the park either. Whether you're headed to the mouse or just going about your daily adventures, there's lots to like about this stroller: It has an adjustable recline and extendable UPF 50+ sun visor, a padded seat and a snack tray that swings out to make it easier to get baby in or out. The rubber tires are air-filled to absorb bumps, even on rough terrain. The parent tray has two cup holders and a spot for storing your cell phone, along with a safety wrist strap for jogging or going down steep hills. 

Available at, $169.99.

photo: Nuna Nuna TRIV Stroller

The seat of this compact stroller can face out or toward you, and the stroller can be folded up with the seat positioned either way. Plus, it's a one-handed fold that leaves the stroller upright, for maximum convenience. The TRIV features an extendable UPF 50+ canopy with window and flip-out eyeshade, as well as an included rain cover. Other handy features of this lightweight (19.4 pounds) stroller include a three-position recline, storage pocket and large storage basket, rubber tires and a height-adjustable handle.

Available at, $699.95.

photo: Bugaboo Bugaboo Lynx Stroller

This full-size stroller was designed to be lightweight (only 20.7 pounds) so it's ready for all your adventures, both large and small. You'll love the compact, streamlined design, extendable sun canopy and one-handed push when you travel or bring the stroller on daily errands, not to mention the large under-seat basket, which accommodates 22 pounds of baby gear or groceries. The seat faces either in or out, and the three-position recline works in both settings, so baby can snack or snooze however you like. There's also a spot for older kids in back on an optional wheeled board ($125).

Available at, from $899.

photo: Bugaboo Bugaboo Ant Stroller

True to its name, Bugaboo's Ant stroller is compact and efficient. The travel stroller is lightweight (15.8 pounds) and highly portable, with a compact fold that lets it fit easily in car trunks, on trains and on planes (it's approved for 52 airline overhead bins). In its folded state, you can even pull it behind you like a suitcase through crowded airports or streets. The stroller supports one-handed steering and offers your child a comfortable ergonomic seat that's both reclinable (three positions) and reversible (parent-facing and forward-facing). Add in the footmuff, rain cover and transport bag, and you're ready for every adventure.

Available at, from $399.

photo: Mockingbird Mockingbird Stroller

This sleek full-size stroller from new brand Mockingbird doesn't miss a trick. It has a one-handed fold and stands upright, so it stores easily in smaller spaces. While on a stroll, you'll appreciate the easy maneuverability, large basket, hidden pockets for valuables, and the peekaboo window that opens quietly so it won't wake a sleeping baby. Zip open the UPF 50+ canopy top to allow more airflow on warm days, and adjust the seat and footrest as needed. The footrest features an ingenius zipper that opens at the bottom so you can easily brush away crumbs and dirt. You can seat baby forward-facing or parent-facing, or attach a car seat or bassinet (sold separately). Pop on the sun cover, rain cover or mosquito net when necessary, and add the foot muff for baby and hand muff for you on chilly days (accessories sold separately). Mockingbird sells direct to consumers through its website, which means cost savings for you. Try it risk-free for 30 days, with free shipping both ways.

Available at, $350.

photo: Evenflo Gold Evenflo Gold Verge3 Smart Travel System & Shyft Smart Modular Travel System

Two great strollers have been added to Evenflo's direct-to-consumer line, Evenflo Gold. The Verge3 is a three-wheel stroller that provides a smooth ride and easy maneuverability on any terrain. The seat reclines nearly flat for on-the-go snoozes, and the seatback ventilation keeps kids comfortable. The Shyft is a four-wheel stroller offers lots of options for baby's comfort: Seat your child forward-facing or parent-facing, and use the three seat-reclining options and four footrest options for the ultimate cozy ride. Both strollers fold up with one hand, have removable and machine-washable seats and come with sensor technology to alert you through a phone app if baby becomes unharnessed or too warm.

Available at, $349.99 for Verge3; $399.99 for Shyft.

photo: Maxi-Cosi Maxi-Cosi Lila Modular Stroller System

The Lila stroller grows with your child, and with your family. It includes an ergonomic newborn inlay and offers forward-facing and parent-facing seating, along with multiple recline options and a reversible seat cushion for warm or cool weather. Your child will cruise comfortably thanks to all-wheel suspension, while using the included snack tray for treats or toys. You'll appreciate the zippered storage pouch, removable shopping tote and parent cupholder, as well as the one-handed fold. If a new baby comes along, add the Lila Duo kit ($149.99), which transforms the Lila into a double stroller.

Available at, $599.

photo: Lalo Lalo the Daily Stroller

The Daily from Lalo is a streamlined stroller with an equally streamlined shopping experience. Buy directly from the Lalo website and get a thoughtfully designed stroller with lots of extras included, such as a bassinet, two machine-washable seat liners, all-weather cover, UPF50+ sun canopy, stroller clips and a parent organizer with a game-changing phone charger. The stroller itself can be positioned parent-facing or forward-facing, comes with a seat incline, adjustable handlebars and smart, expandable storage. There's a hands-on customer service team to guide you through the process and a 100-day return policy. Learn more about Lalo.

Available at, $515.

photo: Ergobaby Ergobaby Metro Compact City Stroller

Great for city living! The ultra-compact Metro from Ergobaby is light enough (14 pounds) for strolls around town, going up and down stairways, and to take on buses and subways. It features a one-handed fold and is compact enough to fit in most overhead bins and car trunks. Use the backpack-style carrying bag ($30) for even more convenience. Baby will ride comfortably thanks to a padded seat with side and lumbar support and the adjustable leg rest. The seat offers a multi-position recline and a removable, machine-washable seat and is topped by an extendable UV-50 canopy.

Available at, $299.

photo: Silver Cross Silver Cross Coast

The stylish, understated Coast is a streamlined stroller that can evolve into a double stroller for a second child, through the addition of a tandem seat. The stroller comes with a forward- or parent-facing seat, ventilated carrycot with bamboo fabric lining, a padded seat liner, fitted rain cover, mosquito net and a cup holder. Add a number of extras, sold separately, for 27 different configurations, perfect for growing families on the go. Handy accessories include a foot muff, bassinet stand, parasol, stroller board and additional cupholders.

Available at, $749.

photo: Larktale Larktale Coast & Chit Chat Strollers

Popular in their native Australia, Larktale strollers are now available in, and based in, the US. The strollers are lightweight, compact, budget-friendly and made with recyclable materials. The Coast (pictured) folds up super small and stands upright when folded. It's designed for convenience with an adjustable handlebar, footrest and recline; lockable front wheels; and included snack tray and multiple storage options. The Chit Chat weighs only 14.5 pounds, so it's perfect for travel and everyday outings. It boasts a one-step recline and comes with a detachable shoulder strap and built-in handle for easy carrying. 

Available at, $399.99 for the Coast; $199.99 for the Chit Chat.

photo: Mima USA Mima Xari Sport Stroller

Larger, taller or older children and families on the go will especially like the Mima Xari Sport, which is lighter and has a larger seat and sportier lines than the classic Xari stroller. This sleek stroller comes with three seat recline angles, two seat height options, adjustable legrest, an extendable canopy with peekaboo window and mesh section for better airflow, a covered underseat basket with a drawstring bag for securing valuables, adjustable handlebars and a washable seat cover. Baby can sit facing you or facing out, and the stroller comes with a rain cover. Also new this year from Mima are the Xari stroller in a chic warm champagne color, the Mima Xari Champagne Gold, and the bold Mima Xari Rebel Special Edition, in dramatic black and orange.

Available at, $999.99.

photo: Cybex Cybex Priam & Mios Strollers (Updated)

This year, Cybex updated its popular Priam (pictured) and Mios strollers with a sleeker design, all-wheel suspension for a smoother ride, a newly designed carrycot with mesh windows to keep baby cool, and chic new color options and frame details. Both strollers feature one-handed recline and folding, and a seat that can be placed forward-facing or parent-facing. 

Available at, $999.95 to $1,699.95 for the Priam; $549.95 to $1,249.95 for the Mios.

photo: Chicco Chicco Bravo Primo Stroller

There are many reasons to say "bravo!" to the Bravo Primo stroller from Chicco: It features a one-handed fold and has wheels that rotate inward so it stands compact when folded. You can attach a car seat onto the stroller seat or remove the seat to create a lightweight frame for a car seat. You get a bonus seat cushion with reversible knit/mesh fabrics, a parent tray with two cup holders and a zippered storage pouch, a handle that adjusts to three positions, and a detachable child tray with two cup holders. Previously only available as part of a travel system, you can now buy the Bravo Primo as a standalone stroller.

Available at, $349.99.

Delta Children Clutch Stroller

Pop this lightweight stroller (11.7 pounds) into the included travel bag and you're ready for a flight, road trip or errands around town. The bag's reflective shoulder straps will help you to be seen at night, for added safety. The stroller has front swivel wheels with suspension for a smooth ride and easy maneuvering through city streets and airports or rough terrain.

Available at, $99.99.

photo: Colugo Colugo Compact Stroller

This new compact stroller from a brand-new company folds up fast with one hand for easy transporting and storage. It comes with a rain cover, carry backpack and UPF50+ sun shade, and it features a removable, machine-washable outer layer so you can keep the stroller looking fresh or swap it out for another color and totally new look. Available in floral, camo, black, navy and lavender. Designed for kids age 6 months up to 55 pounds.

Available at, $285.

photo: Maxi-Cosi Maxi-Cosi Lara Ultra Compact Stroller

Two storage areas set the Lara compact stroller apart from its peers. You can stay organized and bring along everything you need for errands around town or travel adventures. This lightweight (14 pounds) stroller also features a one-handed fold, handy carrying strap, adjustable footrest and two riding positions: upright and recline, for comfortable stroller naps. It folds compactly and stores upright so you can stash it in small spaces.

Available at, $199.99.

Baby Trend Jetaway Plus Compact Stroller

Thanks to its telescoping handle, you can roll the folded stroller as easily as you would your luggage. Although lightweight and compact, this stroller doesn't skimp on features. It has a five-point safety harness, a seat that reclines to multiple positions and adjustable leg support to maximize your little one's comfort, plus a removable cup holder and large storage basket for you. The stroller also includes a tote bag to make it even easier for travel.

Available at for $169.99.

Cybex Eezy S Twist

What's the twist on this lightweight compact stroller? That you can swivel the seat from forward-facing to backward-facing with one hand. It also features a one-handed fold and all-wheel suspension for even more comfort and convenience. It's suitable from birth, thanks to multiple backrest positions, including full recline. Extend the large sun canopy and let baby snooze away in comfort.

Available at for $299.99.

Joolz Hub

This chic urban stroller from the Netherlands is new to the US this July. It boasts an ergonomic seat with 6 different seating positions, along with a large UPF50+ canopy, large rear wheels, a compact fold and a carry strap so you can easily zip through city streets, airports, train stations and wherever else life takes you. Comes in grey, navy and black. Add a cozy bassinet with a breathable mattress ($230) or a newborn cocoon ($130) that baby can use from birth up to 18 months.

Available at for $679-$699, depending on color.

photo: Thule Thule Sleek City Stroller

You know Thule for their durable bike and roof racks, but did you know they also make strollers? The Sleek four-wheel city stroller certainly lives up to its name. Expect the same durability and high quality you’ve come to expect from Thule, with added features like a simple compact fold, adjustable handlebars, ventilated canopy and a reclining seat that adjusts to three positions, all ideal for everyday use. The versatile stroller can be used from birth (with the bassinet or infant car seat adapter) and features both forward- and rear parent-facing positions. With 14 different seating combos, the Thule Sleek will give you the flexibility to attach different seats to the same frame if you plan to expand your family in the future (or you have twins).

Available at for $829.95.

GB Pockit+ Umbrella Stroller

Calling all travelers and city dwellers: This upgrade of the gb Pockit, known for being a supersmall stroller, works as a 2-in-1 travel system, so you can use it from birth with an attached car seat. It also has a larger canopy than the original and a reclining seatback. Like its predecessor, it can be folded into a small, handbag-shaped package in two easy steps and fits into a large tote bag and an airplane's overhead compartment.

Available at for $169.99.

Stokke Xplory (Redesigned)

Stokke—a brand known for stylish and well-designed high chairs, cribs and more—recently redesigned its popular Xplory stroller. The stroller sits baby higher than other brands, so you have a better view of each other. The seat height and seat angle are adjustable, and the stroller can be switched from parent-facing to forward-facing, for maximum comfort for you and baby. The new design boasts a one-step fold, a plush padded seat, and a cozy new carry cot with a breathable mattress. You can customize both the chassis and stroller fabric to your taste, thanks to a variety of color options.

Available at from $899.10.

Britax Pathway

A fun pattern (stripes, polka dots and more) under the canopy sets this stroller apart from its peers. Customize it even more with accessories like a child snack tray, stroller organizer, stroller travel bag, a sun and bug cover or a rain cover. The stroller seat fully reclines for naptime, and a zippered pocket and large basket holds all your on-the-go items. This lightweight stroller also features a convenient one-handed fold and includes adaptors for pairing with Britax car seats.

Available at for $229.99.

Jeep® by Delta Children Sport Utility All-Terrain Stroller

We all know Jeeps are a great ride, and this Jeep stroller by Delta Children is no exception. It functions like three strollers in one: Attach your car seat with the attached adaptor, set it up as a carriage-style stroller with your infant facing you, and bigger kids can sit upright either facing you or facing out. There's an adjustable footrest for baby and adjustable handle for you, plus a detachable parent organizer large enough to store diapers, bottles, snacks and more.

Available at for $349.99.

Diono Traverze

The telescopic pull-along handle is one of the features that sets this travel-friendly stroller apart from the rest, along with the broad range of colors it comes in (including copper, pink, teal and yellow). You can zip through airports, train stations and all your daily errands with ease, and store all your belongings in the extra large basket and storage pocket behind the leg rest. Baby's backrest can recline to nearly flat for comfortable naps on the go.

Available at for $249.99-$299.99.

Safety 1st RIVA Travel System

This budget-friendly stroller is made from recycled materials, including Safety 1st's own recycled car seats! The stroller features a lightweight frame (only 18 lbs.), along with a host of handy features: machine-washable fabric, a pivoting and removable snack tray with cup holder, a storage basket, SPF 50+ canopy and peekaboo window, and two cups you can use for your coffee or cell phone. It stands on its own when folded for easier storage. The car seat, for kids 4-35 pounds, is also lightweight (7.5 lbs), and boasts side impact protection and a machine-washable seat pad.

Available exclusively at Walmart and, $199 for stroller and car seat. 

Graco Uno2Duo

This stroller offers lots of family flexibility, as it can be extended with a second seat or car seat to accommodate two children, and has a standing platform toddlers can use to hop on and ride. For even more convenience, there are cup and phone holders, a removable tray and a large expandable basket for storage.

Available exclusively at The single stroller costs $269.99; the double stroller, including second seat, sells for $409.99; and the travel system with the car seat is $319.99-$399.99.

Nuna Demi Grow

Parents of singles, siblings and twins will love that this sleek number converts to accommodate car seats, bassinets and seats facing forward or backwards, with 23 configurations in all. The stroller comes in caviar (black), frost (light gray) and aspen (blue). Accessories include a bassinet, sibling seat and wheeled travel bag, all available separately.

Available at for $799.95.

Ergobaby 180 Reversible Stroller

Called the 180 because you can swing baby to face you or out with a quick click of the handlebar, this stroller offers lots of other conveniences, including a light weight (under 20 pounds!), deep seat recline, a zippered seat-back pocket, large storage basket and adjustable handlebar. Comes in black, black/teal, black/graphite and black/misty blue.

Available at for $299.99.

Mima Zigi

Calling all jetsetters! You’ll look the part with this slick travel stroller that folds so compactly it fits into the overhead bins on most airlines. It also stands upright when folded for convenience while traveling or to store in a small space at home. Three sun visors let you customize your baby’s sun protection and UV coverage. Comes in charcoal, midnight blue and olive green.

Available at from $399.

Chicco Mini Bravo

You’ll be saying “bravo!” once you've used this compact stroller for travel and everyday outings. It maneuvers easily, folds quickly and is a snap to carry, thanks to its light weight (18.5 pounds) and carrying handle. It also doesn’t skimp on accessories, boasting two cup holders and a storage area for keys and snacks.

Available at for $149.99.

Baby Jogger City Tour LUX

Urban parents will love this compact stroller with maximum convenience. It can be used from birth and accommodates an infant car seat, foldable pram, ride-along board, and a seat that can be both forward- and rear-facing. The stroller includes a backpack-style carry bag for travel and comes in four colors (granite, slate, iris and rosewood).

Available at for $299.99.

Evenflo Sibby Travel System (Updated)

Already a fan of the Sibby? The travel system has been updated with comfortable sport handles, a mesh storage bag in the seat back, and a peekaboo window in the large canopy. The stroller also includes a fold-away ride-along board that older siblings can use to cruise. Comes in three shades of gray.

Available at for $199.99, which includes the stroller, LiteMax infant car seat and base.

— Eva Ingvarson Cerise

featured photo: Silver Cross



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photo: Contours Baby Contours Bitsy Elite Compact Stroller

The Contours Bitsy Elite is compatible with several car seats without the need for an adaptor and is a dream for travel, as it's lightweight (14 lbs.) and fits into most airplane overhead compartments. The mesh seat and canopy keep kids cool with better airflow, and the UPF 50+ canopy with zippered mesh extension protects from the sun's rays. The forward-facing seat reclines for stroller naps, and there's all-wheel suspension for a smooth ride and an expandable basket for all your gear. When not in use, there's a one-step, one-handed fold and it stores upright so it fits even in tight spaces. Available in blue and black.

Available at, $199.
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