The Kolcraft Cloud Plus (around $68) manages to carry a substantial load without becoming cumbersome. It offers easily accessible storage, a cupholder for mom and dad, and a juice box holder for your youngster. Plus, it can stand on its own when it's folded up.
Designed for sporty parents who don't want to leave the kids behind on jogs and hikes, the Thule Urban Glide 2 (about $399) has a refined look and feel that fits its intended use. It features an extremely lightweight frame and a versatile, adjustable canopy.
Ideal for active families, the Bumbleride Indie (around $384) offers the convenience of a one-step folding mechanism, multiple storage pockets, and a handy foot brake. It provides a range of reclining options for small infants or toddlers when it's nap time as well.
For a model that will be friendly to your wallet and your baby's bottom, consider the Summer Infant 3D Lite (about $80). Its 13-pound frame sports a stylish appearance, and the open design allows you to reach into the storage basket easily for retrieving your personal items.
The canopy built into the Baby Jogger City Mini (about $260) can be adjusted easily to block the sun for children of varying heights. In addition, two peekaboo windows provide you with a convenient way to check in on your young passenger from time to time.
Designed to handle whatever terrain you're tackling, the Bob Revolution Pro (around $500) has a lockable front wheel for stability and a responsive handlebar brake for safety. Its adjustable suspension system allows you to adapt it to your environment.
A compact option for infants and small toddlers, the Chicco Liteway (about $99) is built with a comfortable backrest that’s simple to adjust to any of four positions with one hand. It has a sleek aluminum frame and a useful canopy that can be removed, if necessary.
The dual-function Besrey Convertible (appx. $199) can be used like a standard stroller or you can reconfigure it into a baby carriage with a sleep basket. You can adjust the height of the handle, which is nice for couples who vary significantly in size.
When you consider its extensive capacity, you’d think the Joovy Scooter (about $211) would be somewhat bulky and unwieldy, but the opposite is true. It will slide easily through a 30-inch doorway, and its smooth, double wheels provide solid traction and maneuverability.
The Bob Revolution Flex (about $450) has an adjustable suspension system that ensures kids ride comfortably, while its handlebar can be modified to accommodate adults of varying heights. A 75-pound weight limit and a roomy seat allow this model to work for a growing child.