THE STROLLER GUIDE
THE STROLLER GUIDE Britax
Standard Stroller

Also known as a “full size” stroller, it’s the ride you’ll use for everyday errands, strolls and day trips. Head out and do the things you love with your new buddy in tow. A go-anywhere stroller makes it easy to introduce baby to your world. Don’t forget – make sure your standard stroller fits the family vehicle.

  • Full recline
  • 5-point safety harness
  • Canopy
  • Storage area
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Travel System

Seamlessly move from car to stroller without disturbing baby. Start with a stroller that fits a newborn and suits your lifestyle. For the ultimate ride, this all-in-one option comes with everything you need to get out and about, including:

  • Infant car seat
  • Stroller
  • Car seat base
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Jogging Stroller

Regiser for a stroller that is suitable in your local terrain - it’s where you’ll use it most. For casual jogs or serious running, these sporty strollers can handle just about any landscape. Don't forget: wait until baby’s at least 6 months old to go for a jog.

  • Front swivel wheel that locks for jogging
  • Shock absorbers
  • All-terrain wheels
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What to look for when registering for a stroller:
1-hand fold:
Lets you open and close the stroller easy with just one hand.
Compact fold:
Folds small so you can easily store the stroller in the trunk.
Recline:
Adjustable seat that reclines back or forward.
Child tray or bumper bar:
Attach a cup holder or stroller toy to keep baby happy on the go.
Canopy:
Look for one that expands or is adjustable. A peek-a-boo window is a plus.
Parent tray:
Holds your cell phone, keys, water bottle and more.
Storage basket:
The space you’ll need for a diaper bag, snacks and shopping bags.
Product weight:
Even with standard-size designs, a model that’s easy to push is a must.
Lightweight strollers:
These basic strollers typically weigh less than 12 pounds and fold compactly. Wait until baby is 4-6 months old so baby can support his neck and sit.
Adjustable Handle:
A height-adjustable stroller handle is a must. This way everyone, no matter their height, can walk comfortably when they’re out with baby.
Foam/Air Tires:
When choosing a stroller, opt for foam or air-filled tires – they’re durable and shock absorbing. Plastic wheels will wear down quickly and don’t absorb any shock.
Cup Holder:
A stroller with an integrated cup holder allows you to keep your hands free and grab a drink while you’re on the go. If your cup holder is not built into your stroller, clip on cup holders are available.