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The best strollers for every lifestyle1

Greentom Upp Reversible, $359
“The Upp Reversible is about as green as baby gear can get, thanks to a frame and fabric made from 100 percent recycled materials. It also has a simultaneously vintage and futuristic aesthetic. We’ve been really happy with it and get endless compliments.”

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gb Pockit, $250
“Our family travels all the time, so we couldn’t wait to give the 9-pound Pockit a try. It folds up really, really small to fit under an airplane seat or in a backpack. For being so streamlined, it functions surprisingly well and is great for zipping around.”

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Graco Modes 3 Lite Click Connect Travel System, $330
“The Modes 3 Lite is the total package. The stroller seat can be removed, so the included car seat can be attached directly to the frame without any extra bulk. And the stroller seat itself can face forward or backward, depending on your preference. It’s a real steal.”

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Babyzen YOYO+, from $495
“We live in a three-story walk-up, and the YOYO+ has been a godsend. At just over 13 pounds, it’s easy to carry up the stairs and folds super compactly, so it doesn’t require much room in our small condo. Oh, and it can be used from birth. Two thumbs up!”

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Stokke Trailz, $1,299
“The Trailz is a big stroller with a smooth ride that can off-road like a champ. It’s the perfect stroller for an active crew and comes outfitted with a mosquito net, plastic rain cover and waterproof basket underneath that’s quite big and easily accessible.”

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Chicco KeyFit Caddy, $100
“For such a simple product, the KeyFit Caddy is loaded with features, including an adjustable handlebar, two drink holders and roomy basket. It’s compatible with our KeyFit infant car seat (not included), so we can transfer our daughter from car to stroller without waking her up.”

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RECARO Easylife, $200
“Some lightweight strollers can appear cheap or flimsy, but not the Easylife. The seat has more padding than the typical umbrella stroller, and it reclines a reasonable amount. Another plus: The brake pedals are a breeze to engage and disengage—it’s the little things, you know?”

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The best strollers for every lifestyle

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