The winter elements are finally upon us — snow, sleet, and frigid temperatures.
No matter what “winter” means in your hometown, here are 10 winter stroller accessories to keep your strolls warm, cozy, and dry:
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Warm as a Lamb Winter Stroller Coat 1 of 10This stroller cover protects the entire stroller from all kinds of nasty weather, and is even lined with cozy fleece.
Buy from Little Folks, $99
7 A.M. Enfant Blanket 212evolution Footmuff 2 of 10This universal stroller footmuff also adapts to car seats and/or can be used as a big, cozy blanket. And with a thermal filling and waterproof shell, it'll keep your baby dry in any weather condition.
Buy from giggle, $189
7 A.M. Enfant Stroller Warmuffs 3 of 10Make your wintertime strollers that much warmer with these stroller muffs that stay attached to the stroller handles.
Buy from giggle, $38
J.J. Cole Arctic Bundleme Footmuff 4 of 10Another universal footmuff, except this one has a zip-off top for easy access. It's also about $100 cheaper than similar stroller/car seat muffs on the market.
Buy from giggle, $90
Snuggle Pod Footmuff 5 of 10Here's a footmuff that can be used all year long — the Australian sheepskin keeps babies warm and cozy in the winter, and then cool and dry in the heat. The bunting section is removable, leaving a stylish sheepskin stroller lining yearlong.
Buy from giggle, $249
Maclaren Universal Expandable Footmuff 6 of 10If you have an older toddler/kid, this Maclaren footmuff expands and grows along with your child.
Buy from Maclaren, $120
Valco Baby Universal Cup Holder 7 of 10With cold weather comes warm drinks — and warm drinks need a reliable cup holder.
Buy from Diapers.com, $15
Rough Terrain Wheels 8 of 10Many stroller companies offer separately sold all-terrain wheels, like these Bugaboo Cameleon Rough Terrain Wheels. Even if you don't need heavy-duty wheels year-round, they handle snow like a champ.
Buy from Diapers.com, $60
Nuddle Baby Stroller Blanket 9 of 10If your winter doesn't include snow and sleet — maybe just a brisk breeze — then opt for a warm stroller blanket, like the Nuddle. The Nuddle has an opening for a 5-point harness and a cozy foot pocket for kids of all sizes.
Buy from Nuddle, $38
Stokke Xplory Winter Kit 10 of 10If you already have the pricey Stokke Xplory stroller, then you might want to upgrade with their Winter Kit. Yes, it costs as much as an entire stroller, but it comes with everything to keep your Xplory warm and cozy — including sheepskin lining, an extra-insulated hood, a storm cover, and sheepskin-lined hand-muffs.
Buy from giggle, $300
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