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4 Travel Strollers We Love

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Searching for a stroller for your next family vacation? Here, we share our favorite travel strollers for comfort, compactness and convenience.

UPPAbaby G-Luxe

This stroller is great adaptable option for an on-the-go family vacation. The frame is made from lightweight but sturdy aluminum, coming in at just 16.3 pounds. The material is stain-resistant, water-resistant, and—when your little one inevitably still manages to make a mess—removable and washable. Suitable for babies at least 3 months and up to 55 pounds.

Maclaren Quest Stroller

As anyone who’s planned a family getaway can tell you, the weather doesn’t always cooperate with your plans. Pack for unpredictability with the Maclaren Quest Stroller, featuring a removable wind-resistant rain cover for drizzly days and an extendable canopy with built-in sun visor and UPF 50+ sun protection. Suitable for newborns and children up to 55 pounds. 

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gb Pockit

Featured in the 2014 Guiness World Records for most compact stroller (folding down to just 11.8 x 7 x 13.8 inches), this is the choice for families looking to pack small and light. With one-hand pushing and steering, lockable front wheels, and a spacious storage basket for all your baby gear, the gb Pockit makes no sacrifices in functionality. Suitable for children 6 months and up to 55 pounds.

Thule Chariot Cross

For families that like to stay active on vacation, the Thule Chariot Cross Stroller is for you. With a five-point seatbelt system and adjustable suspension system you know your child will enjoy a smooth and secure ride. For added versatility invest in a Thule stroller conversion system, a kit that allows the stroller to be easily optimized for a variety of activities.

Carol McPherson contributed to this story.

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