The Best Strollers on the Market for 2022

By Published On: June 16th, 2022

Find the right pram for your family’s needs and wants.

This is your sign that it’s time to lace up your shoes, strap your little one in, and get moving! Whether you’re looking for a lightweight, compact, running-ready, budget-friendly, or multi-seat stroller (or maybe a combo), we have top picks to share with you. Our 15 favorites keep your and your kiddos’ needs in mind, so your family can stroll in style and comfort.

Best All-Around Stroller: Nuna TAVO Stroller

You’ve heard us say it before: We have major heart eyes for the Nuna TAVO. Like we mentioned in our list of 20 Baby Products You Need On Your Registry, the TAVO’s simple setup will have you and your new baby on-the-go in no time. Plus, the ultra-smooth ride, extra padding, extendable large canopy and four reclining positions mean your wee one just might catch a snooze while you cruise! Just remember the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends moving your baby to a firm sleeping surface as soon as possible to reduce your child’s risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). And, when you need to collapse your TAVO stroller, the one-hand folding mechanism makes stashing it a breeze. Available in a variety of colors and with easy care instructions (wipe it down with a cloth and toss the seat pad in the wash), this set of wheels is an easy pick.

Product Details
Weight: 24.30 pounds
Age Range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters) through 50 pounds
Size: Standing: L 35.6 x W 22 x H 42.5 inches; Collapsed: L 36.8 x W 22 x H 18.5 inches

Best Double Stroller: Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller

What parent has the time (or energy) to make the necessary five-point turn to get double strollers around a corner? We say no to side-by-side designs and rejoice for the Mockingbird stroller. With the second seat kit (sold separately), tots can ride forward-facing, rear-facing, fully reclined, or in a mixed configuration—no wide load sign necessary! Quick release buttons make it easy to switch seat directions or take one out for a solo ride, and the one-handed fold is just as easy with two seats. Plus, the handle and foot rests are adjustable, so parents and babies can stroll in comfort. (Bonus: They now offer a riding board attachment, so your older child can tag along, too.)

Product Details
Weight: Single: 26 pounds; Double: 26.5 pounds
Age Range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters or bassinet) through 50 pounds
Size: Single: L 30.5 x W 25.5 x H 41 inches; Single collapsed: L 18 x W 25.5 x H 34 inches
Size: Double: L 33 x W 25.5 x H 40 inches; Double collapsed: L 16 x W 25.5 x H 33.5 inches

Best Side-by-Side Double: Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 All-Terrain Double Stroller

If you have your heart set on a side-by-side double stroller the City Mini GT2 is one that we can get behind. The lightweight, highly maneuverable stroller is relatively narrow and fits easily through standard doorways. We appreciate the hand-operated parking brake below the adjustable handlebar, and we can’t resist a one-step folding process. Getting your kids in and out of a side-by-side can be easier than a stacked double, and they can share snacks and smiles while you stroll.

Product Details
Weight: 36.5 pounds
Age range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters) through 50 pounds per seat
Size: L 40.7 x W 29.25 x H 42.25 inches

Best Jogging Stroller: Guava Roam Crossover Stroller

As Guava says, you can “run miles” or “run errands” with the Roam Crossover. Our favorite feature is that parents can easily switch between strolling and running by flipping a lever near the handlebar. With other jogging strollers, caregivers have to bend down by the front wheel to lock it in place or switch to swivel-mode. That’s a strain on any body, but even more so on a postpartum one. Plus, the all-terrain airless tires mean you can confidently take your baby on an off-road run without fearing a flat tire.

Product Details
Weight: 28.5 pounds
Age range: 6 months through 60 pounds
Size: Standing: L 39 x W 25 x H 43 inches; Collapsed: L 29 x W 15 x H 17 inches

Best Wagon: Radio Flyer 3-in-1 EZ Fold Wagon with Canopy

If your toddler is refusing to get in their stroller, you just might be able to coax them with this versatile “big kid wagon.” Two siblings or friends can face each other and chat while they cruise in this Radio Flyer favorite that’s easy to use and easy on the wallet. When you’ve reached your destination, zip the sides down (it’s that “EZ!”) to convert the wagon into a bench. It comes with a storage pouch, lap buckles and a canopy to keep the kiddos in the shade. Plus, the fabric sides make it much easier to fold and store than the cumbersome plastic wagons of your youth.

Product Details
Weight: 21.32 pounds
Age range: 18 months through 150 pounds (total in wagon)
Size: Standing: L 39.37 x W 21.26 x H 40.75 inches; Collapsed: L 7 x W 18.5 x H 32.68 inches

Most Compact Stroller: gb Pockit Air All Terrain Stroller

You might recognize the gb brand because their standard Pockit stroller was named the world’s smallest folding stroller. Don’t believe us? It won a world record! More retailers carry the all terrain version, and we’ll never turn away from sturdy tires. The gb Pockit Air All Terrain Stroller folds to 12” x 7” x 14” and can likely fit in one of your large tote bags. Or, take a page from this Amazon reviewer’s book: “I bought backpack straps and carabiners to attach to the stroller and wear it as a backpack.” #parentinghacks.

Product Details
Weight: 10.4 pounds
Age range: 6 months through 55 pounds
Size: Standing: L 29 x W 17.5 x H 39.8 inches; Collapsed: L 7.1 x W 11.8 x H 13.8 inches

Best Lightweight Stroller: Joovy Kooper Lightweight Compact Single Stroller

Some parents worry that lightweight strollers lack the stability that they want for their rolling tot, but that’s not the case with the Joovy Kooper. At just 16 pounds, this compact option is light enough to give your arms a break, and sturdy enough to put your mind at ease. The stroller has big wheels when compared to its tiny frame, which creates a smoother riding experience for your little one. Once folded, the Kooper can stand on its own, so you can say bye to the awkward balancing act of holding up your stroller and your kiddo.

Product Details
Weight: 16 pounds
Age range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters) through 55 pounds
Size: Standing: L 34.5 x W 21 x H 41 inches; Collapsed L 29.3 x W 21 x H 12.5 inches

Best Budget Stroller: Summer 3D Mini Convenience Stroller

The lightweight Summer umbrella stroller is a no-brainer. It checks so many boxes without the need to break out your credit card. After all, the price is right, as are the weight, the compact fold, and the maneuverability. Though it only weighs in at 11 pounds, it can safely carry kids up to 45 pounds. And of course it has all the safety and storage features every parent wants (we see you, padding, pouches, and UV protection). At such a steal, you might even find yourself buying a spare for Grandma’s house.

Product Details
Weight: 11 pounds
Age range: 6 months through 45 pounds
Size: Standing: L 27 x W 18x H 43 inches; Collapsed: L 10 x W 10.5 x H 44 inches

Best Travel Stroller: Zoe The Trip

When you think of a top-notch travel stroller, you probably think of a set of wheels with a lightweight, compact design. The Trip has both plus an extra trick up its sleeve. After using the one-handed fold button, the T-bar that normally acts as a safety restraint extends to become a handle. Then roll your stroller behind you, just like you would with a suitcase. Genius!

Product Details
Weight: 12.5 pounds
Age range: 3 months through 45 pounds
Size: Standing: L 28.5 x W 17 x H 40.25 inches; Collapsed: L 8 x W 17.5 x H 22 inches

Best Bassinet Stroller: Graco Modes Pramette Stroller

Who doesn’t love the convenience of a 3-in-1 stroller? Taking your infant for a ride is as easy as clicking in any Graco car seat (sold separately) or reclining their seat into a bassinet. Many brands offer bassinet seats as an add-on, but the versatile Modes Pramette allows parents to seamlessly transform the stroller,so their infant can safely snooze (don’t forget, back is best!) on the go. As they age, turn the seat around so your toddler can enjoy the view.

Product Details
Weight: 20.9 pounds
Age range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters or bassinet) through 50 pounds
Size: Standing: L 34.65 x W 25.59 x H 42.52 inches

Best Traditional Travel System: Chicco Mini Bravo Plus Travel System

Chicco is a household name for a reason. Along with its lineup of beloved baby products, the brand is known for its car seats and strollers. What makes the Mini Bravo Plus travel system stand out is that it grows with your little one. For young riders, click their car seat into place. As your baby grows out of their bucket, sit them upright in the stroller, strap them in with the five-point harness, and ride. Included in the system is the Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat and the Mini Bravo Plus Stroller.

Product Details
Weight: 19.6 pounds
Age range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters) through 50 pounds
Size: Standing: L 35.8 x W 20.8 x H 41.5 inches; Collapsed: L 14 x W 20.8 x H 28.3 inches

Best All-in-One Travel System: Doona Car Seat & Stroller

Perhaps one of the best pieces of baby gear ever made, the Doona is a fully integrated, one-piece car seat and stroller system that takes ease of use to a whole new level. The novel creation is the perfect solution for sleepy babies from 4 to 35 pounds. When going from the streets to the car, push down the handle, fold in the legs, and place the rear-facing seat into the base. Less jostling means more snoozing! Plus, you no longer need to worry about having enough trunk space for your stroller or buggy for your car seat carrier. Included in the price is a base, seat insert and head support, and a vehicle seat protector.

Product Details
Weight: 16.5 pounds
Age range: birth through 35 pounds
Size: Stroller: L 39 x W 17.3 x H 32.2 inches; Car seat: L 23.6 x W 17.3 x H 26 inches

Best Jogging Travel System: Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Travel System

If you’re looking to pick up the pace, this Baby Trend jogging travel system is the favorite among our team and Amazon customers. It has all the safety and comfort features parents want without a price tag that makes them wince. As Amazon reviewers have said, don’t let the low cost trick you into thinking the duo lacks quality. The beloved system has more than 12,000 ratings (yup, you read the right!), and nearly 10,000 gave the Expedition five stars. Need we say more?

Product Details
Weight: 41 pounds
Age range: birth (with use of infant car seat and adapters) through 50 pounds
Size: Standing: L 47 x W 21 x H 41 inches; Collapsed: L 33 x W 22.5 x H 16.5 inches

Best Tricycle Stroller: Little Tikes Perfect Fit 4-in-1 Trike

The 4-in-1 Trike lets 9-month-olds stroll, 18-month-olds pedal and 2-year-olds steer. In the first three stages, you stay in control as your little one learns and grows. The fourth stage is when you take off the parent handlebar so your nearly-3-year-old can ride on their own. We especially love the sliding seat that allows for a perfect fit, and the typical stroller features you love: storage space, a canopy and a five-point safety harness.

Product Details
Weight: 18 pounds
Age range: 9 months through 50 pounds
Size: Standing: L 46 x W 18.5 x H 36 inches

Best Stroller for Big Families: Foundations Quad Sport 4-Passenger Stroller

Even if you only have three kiddos, you might as well get one more seat with the Foundations Quad Sport stroller since you never know when a cousin or friend will tag along. Plus, additional seats add up and are one more thing to store, keep track of, and account for when heading out the door.

Product Details
Weight: 50 pounds
Age range: Each seat will accommodate children up to 40 pounds (160 pounds total)
Size: Standing: L 48.5 x W 33 x H 39.5 inches; Collapsed: L 41 x W 32.5 x H 22 inches

By Rebecca Rakowitz