The 12 Best Lightweight Strollers of 2020

The only list of lightweight strollers you’ll need this year.

You have a heavy stroller and you’re sick of it. Or, you don’t have a stroller and already *know* that you want something that’s easy to carry and lift.

But there are so many – so many – lightweight strollers on the market. It’s dizzying. Every stroller is the best out there, the most comfortable out there, the best buy.

Meanwhile, all you want is something that meets your needs, won’t break the bank, and – most importantly – won’t turn out to be a waste of money.

In this article, we’ll go over the twelve most popular lightweight strollers and who each one is good for.

By the time you finish reading, you’ll also have a clearer idea of what you need, what to look for, and which stroller is best for you.

Ready? Let’s go.

Our Top Picks for the Best Lightweight Stroller of 2019

1. Babyzen YoYo+ (Best High End/ Best Overall)

YoYo+ Lightweight Stroller

Babyzen’s YoYo+, described on Amazon as “the world’s first luxury travel stroller,” aims to be just that: small enough to take anywhere, convenient enough to use everywhere. While the YoYo+ doesn’t have amenities like cup holders, it does have a standard canopy, nice-sized storage basket, seat padding, a carry strap, and lots more.

The YoYo+ comes in a 0+ version and a 6+ version. In this article, we discuss the 6+ version, which is slightly lighter but not suitable for newborns.

The good: Babyzen’s YoYo+ can be folded, unfolded, and pushed with one hand, and comes with a travel bag, rain cover, and carrying strap. Plus, it has a canopy pocket and it comes in a wide variety of colors – including two options for frame colors.

The not-so-good: You’ll need to purchase the car seat adapters separately, and the seat doesn’t lie flat. Also, the YoYo+ is kind of expensive (but worth it if you can afford it).

The best: The Babyzen YoYo+ can be brought onto a plane as hand luggage, and its fabric is machine washable. Plus, its warranty is on the longer side – two years instead of the standard one.

Is it for you? Whether you love to travel the world, or just want a lightweight high-end stroller, the YoYo+ your go-to (as long as budget isn’t an issue).

Pros:

  • meets airline guidelines for carryon baggage
  • folds small
  • comes with travel bag rain cover
  • includes carrying strap
  • car seat compatible
  • large storage basket
  • one-hand fold and unfold
  • can be pushed with one hand
  •  reversible back rest
  •  machine washable fabric
  •  canopy pocket

Cons:

  • car seat adapters must be purchased separately
  • expensive
  • doesn’t recline flat
Click here to see today's price for the Babyzen YoYo+ on Amazon

 

 


 

2. Baby Jogger City Tour 2 (Best Value)

An upgrade from the company’s City Tour, Baby Jogger’s City Tour 2 is just .1 lbs more than its predecessor – but allows parents to connect both a car seat and a bassinet, for use from birth instead of 6 months.

The four-wheel stroller, which folds with just one hand, is easy to maneuver and when folded has a carrying handle.

The good: The Baby Jogger City Tour 2 allows for almost complete recline, and it has an adjustable footrest, so your child can actually lie flat. It also has a large canopy window and folds small enough to fit probably all trunks. It also locks automatically when you fold it, and has an easy carrying handle.

The not-so-good: This stroller isn’t cheap, and the bassinet is sold separately. Also, even though it’s lightweight, it doesn’t fold umbrella-style.

The best: Though its predecessor could only be used from age 6 months, the City Tour 2’s car seat adapters allow parents to use the stroller for both a car seat and bassinet.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a fully-fitted stroller but want something that won’t be overly heavy, the City Tour 2 is the one for you.

Pros:

  • machine washable
  • one-hand fold
  • carrying handle
  •  canopy window
  •  car seat adaptable
  •  bassinet adaptable
  •  adjustable footrest
  •  meets Disneyland guidelines
  • includes carry bag

Cons:

  • bassinet sold separately
  • not cheap
  • not an umbrella stroller
  • stroller itself can’t be used for babies under 6 months
Click here to see today's price for the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 on Amazon

 

 


 

3. Mountain Buggy Nano (Best Bassinet)

The Mountain Buggy Nano is a lightweight stroller that allows parents to attach either a bassinet or a car seat. The seat fully reclines and the footrest is adjustable, providing support for both the bassinet and a sleeping child.

Though the Nano isn’t an umbrella stroller, it’s easy to fold and unfold, and has both a carry strap and bag for easy transport.

The good: Mountain Buggy’s Nano comes with a built-in car seat adapter. It folds compactly and its front wheels both swivel and lock. Also, the stroller can be carried either by attaching a strap or by using the carry handle while the stroller is in the included bag.

The not-so-good: The fabric isn’t machine washable, and unless you purchase their bassinet, you won’t be able to use the Nano for babies under six months of age. It’s also not cheap.

The best: The Mountain Buggy Nano lays completely flat and the stroller has an “open” build, so the back panel can be tucked away, allowing easy access to a baby in the bassinet (which they call a cocoon).

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a sturdy stroller that’s lightweight, lies flat, and is easy to carry – and you don’t mind spot-cleaning it – the Nano is the one for you.

Pros:

  • comes with a carry bag
  • carry strap and handle
  • easy to fold and unfold
  • compatible with car seat and bassinet
  • fully reclining seat
  • adjustable footrest

Cons:

  • bassinet must be purchased separately
  • not machine washable
  • not cheap
Click here to see today's price for the Mountain Buggy Nano on Amazon

 

 


 

4. Maclaren Triumph (Most Durable)

A high-end umbrella stroller, Maclaren’s Triumph meets global safety standards, as well as front wheels that lock in place, offering a smoother ride.

While it’s not suitable for infants under six months of age, the Triumph is almost guaranteed to last until your kids outgrow it, since it has a higher-than-average weight limit of 55 lbs, a lifetime warranty, and an option to purchase replacement parts.

The good: The Triumph has a large storage basket and a carrying handle, a canopy pocket, and a super-large canopy. It also offers several recline positions.

The not-so-good: There’s no option for attaching a car seat or bassinet, and the stroller is only safe for infants over the age of six months. And if we said the City Tour 2 and the Nano are somewhat expensive – the Triumph beats them both. Also, it doesn’t have an adjustable footrest.

The best: Maclaren offers a lifetime warranty, as well as the option to purchase replacement parts, extending the stroller’s lifetime. It also comes with a rain cover and a tether strap.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a super light and durable umbrella stroller that functions like a regular stroller, and don’t mind paying extra for it, this is the lightweight stroller for you.

Pros:

  • machine washable fabric
  • super lightweight
  • high weight limit
  • lifetime warranty
  • tether strap
  • rain cover included
  • carrying handle
  • super-large canopy

Cons:

  • not car seat compatible
  • not suitable for newborns
  • no canopy window
  • expensive
  • footrest isn’t adjustable
Click here to see today's price for the Maclarens Triumph on Amazon

 

 


 

5. UPPAbaby G-Lite Stroller (Best for Warm Climates)

With their G-Lite stroller, UPPAbaby offers the ultimate in clean: The fabric can be removed and is machine washable, but it’s also stain- and water-resistant. And it’s neither here nor there, but the G-Lite’s handles are placed higher than usual, to allow taller parents to avoid hunching.

The good: UPPAbaby’s G-Lite has a zippered recline, and the back of the seat is a mesh fabric, to ensure kids don’t overheat while napping in the stroller.

The not-so-good: This stroller can’t be used for newborns, and isn’t car seat compatible. Also, its footrest is not adjustable.

The best: The G-Lite has a two-year warranty with the option of a third year, and stain-resistant machine washable fabric. And it has a hand-operated folding mechanism – no feet required.

Is it for you? If you’re a taller parent, need a lightweight, easy-to-clean stroller for an older baby or toddler, or if you live in a warmer climate and want a more breathable stroller, the G-Lite is the one for you.

Pros:

  • machine washable fabric
  • two-year warranty
  • mesh fabric
  • removable cup holder
  • basket holds 10 lbs
  • no-foot fold
  • carry strap

Cons:

  • not car seat compatible
  • not suitable for newborns
  • footrest isn’t adjustable
Click here to see today's price for the UPPAbabys G-Lite Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

6. JOOVY New Groove Ultralight Umbrella Stroller (Best for Newborns)

JOOVY’s New Groove Ultralight umbrella stroller isn’t the lightest umbrella stroller, but its other features make it worth including. Unlike most of the other lightweight strollers on this list, the Ultralight can be used from birth – with no car seat or bassinet necessary. The flip side? It isn’t car seat compatible.

The Ultralight’s handlebars are placed higher than usual, perfect for taller parents.

The good: JOOVY’s New Groove Ultralight includes two parent cupholders, a zippered canopy pocket, a canopy window, and a carrying strap. Also, the stroller stands on its own when folded, and its canopy is relatively large.

The not-so-good: The Ultralight isn’t machine washable, nor is it car seat compatible. Also, it’s relatively heavy – while the others in this list ranged between 11-13 lbs, this stroller weighs a whopping 15 lbs. For its part, JOOVY claims that it’s easy to carry the Ultralight through an airport.

The best: JOOVY’s Ultralight has a mesh pocket for your child to place snacks and drinks in, as well as a “bassinet mode” for younger babies. It also has no flame-retardant chemicals, and the fabric is both water- and stain-resistant.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a lightweight stroller for your newborn but don’t need car seat compatibility, this is the lightweight stroller for you.

Pros:

  • good for newborns
  • meets Disneyland guidelines
  • safety reflectors
  • two year warranty
  • 2 parent cup holders
  • kid-accessible mesh pocket
  • comes with a carrying strap
  • stands independently when folded
  • no flame-retardant chemicals
  • includes a “bassinet mode”

Cons:

  • not car seat compatible
  • not machine washable
  • relatively heavy (15 lbs)
Click here to see today's price for the JOOVY New Groove Ultralight Umbrella Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

7. Chicco OHlala (Classic for Newborns)

Like JOOVY’s New Groove Ultralight, Chicco’s OHlala can be used from birth – but isn’t car seat compatible. The major difference between the two? The OHlala has a much lower weight limit, but its fabric can be removed and washed by hand, whereas JOOVY’s fabric (as stain- and water-resistant as it is) can only be spot cleaned.

Which is better? Depends what you need.

The good: Chicco’s OHlala has an adjustable footrest, a one-hand fold and weighs only 8 pounds. Plus, it comes with a rain cover, saving you the expense of purchasing one separately.

The not-so-good: I couldn’t find any information on the warranty, and this stroller isn’t car seat compatible. It also has a low weight limit, and though the fabric is removable and washable, it isn’t machine washable.

The best: The OHlala can be used for newborns, lies almost completely flat, and has removable and washable fabric.

Is it for you? If you need a lightweight stroller for a newborn or young toddler, and being able to wash the fabric is of paramount importance, this is the stroller for you.

Pros:

  • reclines nearly flat
  • super lightweight (about 8 lbs)
  • adjustable footrest
  • one-hand fold
  • suitable for newborns
  • removable fabric
  • comes with rain cover
  • stands independently when folded

Cons:

  • not machine washable
  • not car seat compatible
  • low weight limit
Click here to see today's price for the Chicco OHlala on Amazon

 


 

8. Chicco Liteway Umbrella Stroller (Classic and Sturdy)

Chicco’s Liteway stroller is the classic compact umbrella stroller – except that it adds a cup holder. Though the Liteway has a compact umbrella fold and is lightweight, it’s surprisingly sturdy. Unlike its sibling, the Liteway can handle children weighing up to 40 lbs, and is not intended for babies under six months of age.

The good: Chicco’s Liteway has a compact fold, cup holder, and carrying handle, as well as a removable canopy, multiple recline positions, and an adjustable footrest.

The not-so-good: Chicco’s Liteway has several downsides: It’s not car seat compatible or otherwise suitable for newborns, and at 17.2 lbs, it’s relatively heavy. Also, even though its fabric is removable and washable, it can’t be washed in a washing machine. I was not able to find the warranty information.

The best: The Liteway has a lightweight aluminum frame, its fabric is removable and washable, and the stroller has a canopy window. And though it’s an umbrella stroller, customers have described it as being “built like a tank.”

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a sturdy, down-to-earth, washable umbrella stroller for an older infant or toddler, this is the stroller for you.

Pros:

  • removable, washable fabric
  • cup holder
  • carrying handle
  • multiple recline positions
  • adjustable footrest
  • removable canopy
  • canopy window

Cons:

  • not suitable for newborns
  • not car seat compatible
  • not machine washable
  • relatively heavy (17.2 lbs)
Click here to see today's price for the Chicco Liteway Umbrella Stroller on Amazon

 


 

9. GB Pockit Lightweight Stroller (Easy to Transport)

GB’s Pockit made the 2014 Guinness Book of World Records for being “the world’s smallest folding stroller” – and it’s not hard to see why. In two steps, it goes from being pushed to being carried, and its unique design allows it to stand folded.

The good: GB says its Pockit is good for babies and children ages six months to four years, and the stroller is lightweight, easy to fold, and (relatively) easy to carry – three things that make it an ideal “umbrella” stroller (even if it doesn’t fold umbrella).

The not-so-good: The canopy is pretty poor, and the weight limit is definitely low. Also, it’s not clear what the warranty is. This stroller is not suitable for babies under six months.

The best: At about 10 lbs, this is one of the lightest strollers on the market – and its seat fabric can be removed and tossed in the washing machine.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a super-duper-lightweight stroller with a teeny-tiny fold, the GB Pockit is the one for you.

Pros:

  • easy to fold
  • stands folded
  • super lightweight
  • folds very compactly
  • machine washable seat fabric

Cons:

  • not suitable for newborns
  • small canopy
  • low weight limit
  • no warranty information
Click here to see today's price for the GB Pockit Lightweight Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

10. Maclaren Mark II (Lightest Weight)

In the contest to see which strollers weigh the least, Maclaren’s Mark II just beat the runner-up (Chicco’s OHlala) by just half a pound. The major difference between them? The Mark II has a significantly higher weight limit, and folds like a standard umbrella stroller.

The good: Maclaren’s Mark II comes with a carrying handle, buddy ID tag, and rain cover. It’s sturdy, super-light, and has a high weight limit and waterproof hood. It also has a mesh insert for warmer days.

The not-so-good: This stroller isn’t suitable for newborns, and it’s not car seat adaptable.

The best: Like Maclaren’s other strollers, the Mark II meets global safety standards, comes with the company’s limited lifetime warranty and the option to purchase replacement parts.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a super-lightweight umbrella stroller with a lifetime guarantee, Maclaren’s Mark II is the one for you.

Pros:

  • machine washable
  • lifetime warranty
  • super light
  • comes with carrying handle
  • comes with rain cover
  • canopy window

Cons:

  • only 2 seat positions
  • not car seat compatible
  • not suitable for newborns
  • footrest isn’t adjustable
Click here to see today's price for the Maclaren Mark II Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

11. Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller (Best for Budget)

Kolcraft’s Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller is a down-to-earth lightweight stroller that’s great for older babies and toddlers who need a ride. It can’t be used for babies under about six or seven months, but older babies and toddlers (and parents!) will find the cup holders useful and the large canopy a relief.

The good: At just under 12 lbs, Kolcraft’s Cloud Plus is one of the lighter strollers on the market, and its large canopy provides more shade than most.

The not-so-good: This stroller can’t be used for younger babies, doesn’t have an adjustable foot rest, and the fabric isn’t machine washable. Also, the seat doesn’t fully recline.

The best: The Cloud Plus has an easy, one-hand fold, stands nicely after it’s folded, and has both parent and child trays, with the parent tray offering two cup holders and extra storage space – important when you’re on the go.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a good lightweight stroller but you’re loathe to spend a lot of money, this is the stroller for you.

Pros:

  • child tray with cup holder
  • inexpensive
  • parent tray with cup holders
  • large canopy
  • lightweight

Cons:

  • doesn’t recline all the way back
  • not car seat compatible
  • spot clean only
  • footrest isn’t adjustable
Click here to see today's price for the Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

12. Summer Infant 3D Lite Convenience Stroller (Most Compact)

A lightweight umbrella stroller, Summer Infant’s 3D Lite Convenience Stroller has a four-position recline and is super easy to fold. While it’s by no means an all-in-one stroller, it’s definitely lightweight, and it seems to be one of the better umbrella strollers on the market.

The good: Though it’s an umbrella stroller, the 3D Lite has several nice features, including a pocket on the back of the canopy and a cup holder on the handle.

The not-so-good: This stroller isn’t car seat compatible (so it can’t be used for babies under 6 months of age), and the fabric can’t be removed or washed in a washing machine. Also, it doesn’t have an extendable footrest.

The best: The 3D Lite has both an auto lock and a carrying strap, making it easy to fold and transport.

Is it for you? If you’re looking for a lightweight umbrella stroller that won’t break the bank, Summer Infant’s 3D Lite is the one for you.

Pros:

  • 13 lbs
  • convenient carrying handle
  • auto lock
  • umbrella fold
  • canopy pocket
  • cupholder
  • meets Disneyland guidelines

Cons:

  • not machine washable
  • can’t be used for babies under 6 months
  • doesn’t have an extendable footrest
Click here to see today's price for the Summer Infant 3D Lite Convenience Stroller on Amazon

 

 


 

Want to know the technical details?

Stroller weightDimensions foldedWeight limitMinimum ageCar seat compatible?Machine washable?Warranty
Baby Jogger City Tour 214.21lbs (6.45 kg)21.6” x 16.9” x 6.8” (54.8 x 42.9 x 17.3 cm)Up to 45 lbs (20.4 kg)6 months, but can be used with car seat and bassinetYesYes, dry fabric on stroller frame.Lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. 1-year warranty for stroller parts excluding tires and tubes.
Babyzen YoYo+12.8 lbs (5.8 kg) 20.5” x 17” x 7” (52.07 x 43.18 x 17.78 cm)Up to 40 lbs (18 kg)6 monthsYes, with purchase of car seat adapters.Yes (removable fabric only).Two years from date of purchase.
Chicco Liteway Compact-Fold Aluminum Stroller17.2 lbs (7.8 kg)46″ x 10″ x 11.75″ (116.8 x 25.4 x 29.85 cm) (umbrella)Up to 40 lbs (18 kg)6 monthsNoHand wash in cold waterNo information
Chicco OHlala8.36 lbs (3.8 kg)11.8” x 19.7” x 35.4” (30 x 50 x 90 cm)Up to 33 lbs (15 kg)NewbornsNoHand wash in cold waterNo information
GB Pockit Lightweight Stroller10.56 (4.8kg)11.8” x 7.1” x 13.8” (30 x 18 x 35 cm)Up to 17 kg (37.4 lbs)6 monthsNoYes (removable fabric only).No information
JOOVY New Groove Ultralight Umbrella Stroller15 lbs (6.8 kg)43.75” x 14” x 10” (111 x 35.56 x 25.4 cm) )umbrella(Up to 55 lbs (24.9 kg)NewbornsNo informationNoTwo years, original owner only.
Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller11.8 lbs (5.35 kg)18” x 12″ x 34″ (45.7 x 30.48 x 86.36 cm)Up to 50 lbs (22.6 kg)“From when child has full head and neck control and can sit up unassisted.”NoNo1 year
Maclaren Mark II7.94 lbs (3.6 kg)umbrellaUp to 55 lbs (24.9 kg)6 monthsNoYesLifetime with caveats
Maclaren Triumph11.07 lbs (5 kg)umbrellaUp to 55 lbs (24.9 kg)6 monthsNoYesLifetime with caveats
Mountain Buggy Nano13 lbs (5.9 kg)21” x 12” x 20″ (53.3 x 30.48 x 50.8 cm)Up to 44 lbs (19.9 kg)Minimum weight – 4 lbs (1.8 kg), but only with bassinetYesNoOne year from date of purchase, original owner only.
Summer Infant 3D Lite Convenience Stroller13 lbs (5.9 kg)umbrellaUp to 50 lbs (22.6 kg), 43 inches (109 cm), basket can hold up to 10 lbs (4.5 kg)6 monthsNoNo12 months from date of purchase
UPPAbaby G-Lite Stroller11.2 lbs (5.1 kg)15.7” x 10.6” x 42” (39.8 x 26.9 x 106.7 cm) (umbrella)Up to 55 lbs (24.9 kg)6 monthsNoYesTwo years, option to purchase third year.

 


 

What should you look for when choosing a lightweight stroller?

Before you choose a lightweight stroller, consider both your needs and safety features. Also consider how often you’ll be using the stroller, and whether it’ll need to function as your main stroller, or just as a once-in-a-while ride to let little legs rest.

Most lightweight strollers are intended for babies above the age of six months. If you’re looking to purchase for a younger infant, consider purchasing one of the strollers compatible with either a car seat or a bassinet.

It may be worth purchasing a compatible bassinet instead of purchasing an additional stroller.

Canopies, wheels, and recline

The larger the wheels, the easier a stroller will be to maneuver – and the larger the canopy, the more shade your child will have.

Many of the shorter canopies don’t really offer protection, except when the sun is straight overhead. If you’re going to be walking outdoors a lot, look for a model with a large canopy that will protect your child even if he or she is facing the sun.

Also consider whether your child will want to nap in the stroller. If so, look for a lightweight stroller with a recline of at least 150 degrees.

Is it easy to fold and unfold?

Many strollers offer either a one- or two-step folding mechanism – but remember that just as important as how a stroller folds is how it unfolds.

You’ll need both of those to be easy to do with one hand, or a hand and a foot – unless your child is old enough to stand beside you while you maneuver, or you’re buying a model that’s car seat compatible.

Is it safe?

While the gold standard for safety belts is now five points, it’s worth checking that the stroller you purchase does have a five-point harness – not all lightweight strollers do. (All of the strollers included in this article have a five-point harness.)

Even though some of the strollers are suitable for newborns – without car seats – if you’re going to be pushing the stroller over uneven surfaces such as gravel, remember that lightweight strollers often lack the shock protection of heavier strollers.

It’s fine to use a lightweight stroller for a newborn if you’re walking in a mall, but you don’t want a tiny baby going bump-bump-bump too often.

Also remember that when strong winds blow, a heavier stroller is an advantage if your child is a newborn and not in a car seat. Though the wind typically won’t lift your stroller up, up, and away, the less weight you have to push, the harder it is to keep on course fighting the wind.

Keep your child’s little digits away from the stroller while you’re folding or unfolding it, don’t overload the handlebars, and don’t let your child lean most of his or her weight over one side of the stroller – especially if you’re not pushing it at the moment.

Are you tall, or shortish?

Though lightweight strollers with adjustable handlebars are few and far between, two of the strollers listed here – the G-Lite and Ultralight – have handlebars that are more accommodating of tall parents.

Do you need a lightweight stroller?

While it’s definitely possible to get by without purchasing a lightweight stroller, if you tend to walk a lot, or if you travel a lot, you may find that a lightweight stroller is invaluable. In all honesty, even if you use your stroller only twice a year, it’s nice to have one that’s lightweight.

The real question, though is what weight stroller is good for you. If you’re going to be carrying it around frequently, or you have a lot of stairs, you’ll want to opt for the lightest stroller out there, to protect your back.

But maybe you need a higher weight limit, or you want features that the super-light strollers don’t offer.

Imagine yourself walking with the stroller, into your house and out of your house, up the subway stairs and back down them, strolling in the park or in the mall. Which features does your baby need? Which features do you need?

Umbrella fold or compact fold?

While umbrella folds are slim and compact, some of the strollers in this article have unique yet compact folds, along with carrying bags. The biggest question here is where your stroller will “live.”

Will it live in the trunk of your car, or in your hall closet? Or will it live in the corner of your living room, or a niche near your front door?

Look around your house and choose where your stroller will live. Then, try to find a stroller that fits that space *and* meets your other requirements.

The bottom line?

The number of extra features you need depends on how long your trips are, and how often you use the stroller – as well as where you’re going.

If you’re looking for a stroller for Disneyland, choose the City Tour 2, Ultralight, or 3D Lite. If you need it for a newborn, but don’t want to have to use a bassinet or car seat, choose the Ultralight or OHlala. And if you need an ultra-super-duper-lightweight stroller, you’ll want the OHlala or Mark II.

Your high-end go-to will be Babyzen’s YoYo+, or its runner-up the City Tour 2. And if you just need a budget-friendly lightweight stroller for your toddler, you’ll want the Kolcraft Cloud, 3D Lite, or Chicco’s Liteway.

Do you have any of these strollers? Know a good one we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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