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Our favorite strollers for children

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Our favorite strollers for children

When I started When shopping for a stroller, I bought the cheapest one that worked with my car seat and called it a day. To no one’s surprise, that stroller is terrible and both my son and I hate using it.

It turns out that a good stroller goes a long way to keeping you and your little one entertained while out for a walk, running errands, or simply carrying you from one place to another. When your child is young, using a stroller safely requires car seat adapters or the appropriate bassinet-style attachment. Then they get bigger, and so do all the things you have to carry with you. But what if the wheels don’t work or something breaks? I don’t know about you, but I’m going home.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with all the options and scared by the impact of the label. After a bad experience with a cheap stroller, I’m here to tell you that it’s worth investing in a great one. After months of testing by two different parents, these 10 strollers are fantastic and cover a wide range of styles and budgets. If you’re not sure what type of stroller you need, get our advice on How to buy a stroller.

Updated December 2023: We’ve added the Zoe Tour as our new affordable lightweight stroller pick, and we’ve added the Guava Roam to our Honorable Mentions. We have also updated some prices of our recommended strollers.

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