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Baby Stroller Style Guide

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 1

Strollers come in all different styles for different needs. You can opt for multiple strollers for the life time of the child, or you can find a stroller that transforms to accommodate your growing child.

Standard Strollers

Standard strollers are you would expect a stroller to be. Standard strollers can be sized for infants or toddlers. The wheels are designed to accommodate normal terrain that you might encounter on a walk of in the mall. You can also find tandem and triple strollers.

Jogging Strollers

Jogging strollers are designed with larger wheels than standard strollers. The stroller rolls more easily than a regular stroller. The larger wheels keep the stroller from getting hung up on terrain. So a jogging stroller can can be more easily pushed while jogging than a standard baby stroller. Jogging strollers can accommodate streets, hills, and beaches and are available as double jogging strollers and triple jogging strollers.

Umbrella Strollers

Umbrella strollers are designed for portability. They fold up with ease into minimal space. The handles on umbrella strollers look like the curved portion of an umbrella handle. The stroller folds up along its length, and resembles an umbrella when folded. Double umbrella strollers are also available.

Sit and Stand Strollers

Sit and Stand stroller are designed to accommodate two different aged children, one small enough for a stroller, and one who is growing up. The unique design of Sit and Stand strollers allows one child to ride in the front, while another child can stand and ride, or sit on the seat in back. These strollers combine a regular stroller with a step and a seat behind it. The older child can either stand on the step, or sit down on the seat

Car Seat Strollers

These strollers integrate with a infant car seat. The infant car seat can be removed from the chassis and used as a car seat when driving. When it is time to move the baby out of the car, you simply grab the car seat and connect it to the stroller chassis and you are on the way.

The chassis of these travel systems are also designed as a stroller, so you can use it as a stroller without the car seat if so desired. Also at some point, your child will out grow the infant car seat. At this time, depending on the design, the car seat can be "flipped" to accommodate the larger child, and the chassis can be used as a normal stroller.



Sep 28, 2010 7:54pm
Great article that was very informative, and interesting at the same time :) I really enjoyed reading it!
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