Toting children around is hard
. Driving to the zoo, looking for parking, and smearing sunscreen on squirmy toddlers is tough enough without struggling to operate your simple child transportation device. If your stroller breaks and you have to carry 60 pounds of kids, diapers, and snacks back home? Forget it. You might as well be stranded in the middle of the Gobi.
For the past five years, I’ve pushed my kids down city streets, hauled them behind bikes, jogged them down muddy trails, and dragged them along sandy beaches. Here are the eight best strollers I’ve used so far.
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Updated for Autumn 2019: We added new picks, like the Cybex E-Priam.
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