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Best all-terrain strollers

Do you really need a stroller for different occasions? Not necessarily! These all-terrain strollers are the best multipurpose buggies in the strolling world today. With many practical features, accessories and amazing suspensions to get you through all types of terrain, you could never need another stroller again. Check out our favorites to see which one is right for you.

Valco Baby TriMode EX

Valco baby trimode stroller

The Valco Baby TriMode EX ($500) has practical functions, great maneuverability and all the storage a mom could ever want or need. Every feature on the TriMode EX has an innovative use: The adjustable seat reclines easily with one hand and lays completely flat for a newborn, the zip-off storage bag detaches in a flash and instantly becomes a traveling diaper bag, the front wheel easily adjusts to three positions with a twist of a knob and the round hood system has a zip-extender, which creates even more coverage for an already large canopy. The mesh peek-a-boo window at the top of the sun canopy provides necessary airflow for your child’s comfort while the extremely lightweight frame and adjustable handle bar makes mom happy.

What we love

  • Lightweight stroller frame (23 pounds)
  • Zip-off hood storage pocket for extra storage
  • Three mode front wheel: Fixed, full swivel and 45 degrees
  • One-touch seat that reclines flat for use with a newborn
  • Full coverage, two-position canopy with mesh window
  • Extra large storage basket with side pockets
  • Height adjustable handle: 30 to 44 inches
  • Includes: Rain cover, infant head support and tire pump

Must-have accessories

Tip: The Bevi Buddy cup holder is a universal cup holder and works great with most strollers!

Phil & Teds Explorer

Phil and Teds Explorer

The Phil & Teds Explorer ($500) gives moms seven different seating configurations when used with the optional doubles kit. Along with the multiple seating options and a one hand fast fold, the Explorer offers little riders customizable sun coverage as well as contoured, ventilated seating. There’s no re-threading the five-point harness on this all-terrain stroller — just twist and adjust up or down as needed! Change out the Explorer’s seat liner (additional liners sold separately) to change your stroller’s look or to keep a clean liner handy and ready to go at all times.

What we love

  • One hand fast fold
  • Car seat adapter and doubles kit can be used at the same time
  • Large, follow-the-sun canopy
  • Contoured and ventilated seat
  • Main seat reclines flat for use with a newborn
  • Quick adjust harness
  • Folds with doubles kit attached
  • Height adjustable handle bar

Must-have accessories

  • Doubles kit
  • Cocoon carrycot
  • Up and away travel bag

BOB Revolution SE

BOB Revolution SE

With new, innovative features, the 2011 BOB Revolution SE ($450) is another practical all-terrain stroller. Lock the front wheel for increased stability or allow the wheel to swivel for ease while maneuvering through the tightest corners and crowds. The lightweight design and two-step easy fold make this all-terrain stroller easy to transport. The Revolution’s state-of-the-art suspension ensures that baby will have a smooth ride and the new, improved adapter system makes attaching the car seat adapter and snack tray even easier (both sold separately).

What we love

  • Adjustable rear wheel suspension
  • Easy two-step fold
  • Large canopy with viewing window
  • Ultra-padded seat
  • Easy adjust harness
  • Storage: Large storage basket, behind seat pocket and two in-seat pockets

Must-have accessories

Tip: The BOB handlebar console can be used on multiple strollers, not just BOB! Just check your stroller’s handlebar dimensions for fit.

Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle

Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle stroller

The Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle ($500) all-terrain stroller has a simple and sleek design perfect for daily use. The two-step, standing fold makes traveling with the Urban Jungle a breeze, while the superb maneuverability means mom can push it with one finger. The Urban Jungle grows with your child from birth because the flat recline allows your newborn to travel in the main seat. You also have the option to create a travel system with the use of a car seat adapter (sold separately) or turn your Urban Jungle into a pram with the easy-to-use carrycot (sold separately).

What we love

  • Slim design (25 inches wide)
  • Lightweight stroller frame (24 pounds) 
  • Large, follow-the-sun canopy
  • Seat reclines flat for use with a newborn
  • Compact, standing fold
  • Height adjustable handle bar
  • Includes: Bottle holder

Must-have accessories

  • Carrycot
  • Freerider stroller board
  • Car seat adapter

Bumbleride Indie

Bumbleride Indie Stroller

The Bumbleride Indie ($500) is another sleek and modern all-terrain stroller. The Bumbleride Indie is an all-terrain stroller with an extremely lightweight frame, a functional bumper bar that doubles as a car seat adapter and features that allow a newborn to ride in comfort and style. It includes flat reclining seat, adjustable footrest, multi-purpose bumper bar and optional bassinet (sold separately). The Indie fits not only your needs, but your lifestyle as well.

What we love

  • Compact fold
  • Lightweight stroller frame (20 pounds) 
  • Seat reclines flat for use with a newborn
  • Multi-use bumper bar (or your child’s comfort and for use as a car seat adapter)
  • Large storage basket
  • Included: Removable cup holder
  • Height adjustable handle bar
  • SPF 45 follow-the-sun canopy
  • Fully adjustable footrest

Must-have accessories

  • Snack pack
  • Non-PVC rain shield
  • Carrycot

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