|Top Baby Strollers for 2013
Know before you buy your first baby stroller what the different categories are:
Everyday Use: An every day use stroller is one that you could take anywhere that has a street. They come with a swivel front wheel for easy maneuvering on crowded streets and are pretty comfortable for its passenger to ride in.
Bike Trailer: Bike trailers are great now because they have become multi-purpose. Not only can you use a bike trailer for your bike but, you can purchase separate wheels for jogging or strolling. All bike trailers request that you wait until your infant is 6 months of age before taking out on a ride.
Jogging/ All-Terrain stroller: We consider these to be very multi-purpose offering a swivel wheel for walking on streets and a fixed wheel for running or dirt trails. It is recommended that you not jog with your infant until he or she is 6 months of age.
Running strollers: True running strollers come with a fixed front wheel. The fixed front wheel glides easier over trails and sidewalks. You will be using your body alot more to get around corners though. If your wheel starts to veer to the left or right you can simply adjust it to steer straight again. Not really recommended for busy streets where you would be walking.
Lightweight Travel: Need a stroller to work like a full service stroller weighing almost 10 lbs more? Check out our lightweight strollers. They are the perfect alternative to a back breaking umbrella stroller. Most have adjustable handlebars, large sun hoods and easy folds making them perfect to travel with, stow in your trunk or to keep at Grandmas house.
Bassinet with Stroller: Many of our manufactures offer strollers and bassinets. Bassinets are great to use on your stroller if you live in an area where you will do alot of walking. Your infant can lay down comfortably and sleep while you are out.