10 Cool Strollers Coming in 2013

If 2012 was the year of techy stroller innovation, 2013 is looking to be the year of practicality. Many of our favorite stroller companies — Mountain Buggy, Stokke, Chicco, etc. — are coming out with lighter, simpler, easier strollers. And that’s my kind of innovation.

Here are 10 of the coolest new stroller releases coming in the early months of 2013:

  • Mountain Buggy mini 1 of 10
    Mountain Buggy mini
    Mountain Buggy's newest stroller is their lightest, most compact design yet. While they're typically known for their all-terrain, off-roading strollers, the Mini ($350) is their urban answer. (Available NOW!)
    Read more about the Mountain Buggy mini
  • Stokke Scoot 2 of 10
    Stokke Scoot
    Stokke is finally introducing a new stroller to their luxe, pricey Xplory — and this one is their "compact" option. Weighing in at 22 lbs., the Scoot ($900) has convenient features, like a one-handed fold, reversible seat, and easy-to-carry design. And like the Xplory, the seat will be high enough to reach a table. (Available in February 2013!)
    Read more about the Stokke Scoot
  • Stokke Crusi 3 of 10
    Stokke Crusi
    The Crusi ($1,430!) has all of the features of the Xplory — most notably the height-adjustable seat — but it also has the ability to convert into a DOUBLE stroller. (Available in February 2013.)
    Read more about the Stokke Crusi
  • Quinny Yezz 4 of 10
    Quinny Yezz
    The Yezz is set to be one of the very lightest strollers ever, weighing a mere 12 lbs. It may skimp on certain add-ons — like an undercarriage basket, seat recline, or bigger wheels — but it's made to be a minimalist travel stroller. (Coming in April 2013!)
    Read more about the Quinny Yezz
  • Chicco Liteway Plus 5 of 10
    Chicco Liteway Plus
    For new parents using a Chicco Keyfit car seat, the Liteway converts from a car seat "snap & go" carrier to a toddler stroller — without being like a typical bulky travel system or a short-lived snap & go. (Coming in January 2013!)
    Read more about the Chicco Liteway Plus
  • Baby Jogger Summit x3 6 of 10
    Baby Jogger Summit x3
    This is one of my very favorite jogging strollers, and Baby Jogger will soon introduce a re-designed version — with a roomier seat, better wheels, remote swive-wheel lock, dual brakes, and the ability to work with the Baby Jogger compact pram. (Coming in Spring 2013, as a single and a double!)
    Read more about the Baby Jogger Summit x3
    Photo: PishPoshBaby
  • Nuna Pepp 7 of 10
    Nuna Pepp
    Brand new to the US, the Nuna Pepp is set to make a big impression on parents looking for an easy, streamlined stroller that's reasonably priced (under $300) and compact to store. (Coming in Spring 2013!)
    Read more about the Nuna Pepp
  • 2013 UPPAbaby Vista 8 of 10
    2013 UPPAbaby Vista
    UPPAbaby isn't making any big design changes for 2013 — only cosmetic ones. The 2013 version comes in deep indigo and a unique jade green. (Available now!)
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  • 2013 Bumbleride Indie 9 of 10
    2013 Bumbleride Indie
    The 2013 version of Bumbleride's popular Indie will reaffirm their commitment to natural, earth-friendly materials and practices. 50% of the frame is made from recycled material, and 50% of the fabrics are made with sustainable bamboo. It's also better for joggers than previous versions, and it comes with a ton of accessories — like a car seat adapter, foldable bumper bar, cup holder, and jogging strap.
    Read more about the newest Bumbleride Indie
  • Bumbleride Era 10 of 10
    Bumbleride Era
    Although they aren't releasing photos yet, the Bumbleride Era (set to hit the market this summer) is basically a customizable Indie stroller, depending on your child's age and your lifestyle needs. More info. to come!

Stay tuned! We’ll have information on two MORE new 2013 strollers — one from BOB and another from Phil & Teds — next week.


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