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Strollers

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What type of stroller should you look for?

  • All-Terrain:

    Often thought of as a "jogging stroller", All-Terrain strollers can have 3 or 4 wheels and are manufactured to navigate all sorts of terrain from pavement to gravel and dirt trails.

  • Reversible:

    The best reversible stroller, also known as a modular stroller, is a stroller that allows your baby to face you or face out to enjoy the world around you. It is called a modular stroller because it has a removable seat that you can flip around.

  • Double Stroller:

    These strollers are built for 2 kiddos. There are a few different options to choose from.
    • Convertible: can convert from a single seat to a double seat
    • In-Line: one seat in front of the other
    • Side-by-Side: two seats placed next to each other.

  • Travel System:

    A Travel system often offers you a package deal, so you don’t need to bother buying baby equipment separately. It is a multi-set that contains a stroller, an infant car seat, and sometimes a bassinet. The biggest advantage of the travel system is that there is a huge range of them. Since the infant car seat is included, you can rest assured that everything will work together in a combination.


  • Wagon:

    A stroller wagon is designed for older kids, starting from 18 months old up to 5 years of age. It is a piece of incredibly useful equipment that is essential for toddlers and kids that have already outgrown their strollers but still need a mode of transport in public.