Inglesina’s Zippy Light can be used from birth, thanks to its fully reclining seat. The name comes from its weight (only 15 pounds) and compact footprint. $349 and up.
OXO Tot’s Air is just 11 pounds and has a built-in carry strap, perfect for when you’re boarding a plane and have no choice but to fold and tote. $180.
Summer Infant is a fave of multiple Parents staffers. The brand’s newest, the 3Dpac CS+ Compact Fold, weighs 16 pounds and collapses to a petite square for stowing. $150.
When you rotate the handlebar on Ergobaby’s 180 Reversible, your baby goes from gazing at the world to looking at you. A seat-cushion insert provides hip and back support. $400.
Stay organized with Britax’s B-Free. It has seven pockets, including a tot-level slot for a sippy cup, plus a jumbo basket you can access from the front or the back. $360.
A perennial pick, Baby Jogger’s City Mini Double offers two deep seats yet is surprisingly easy to maneuver through doorways and store aisles. Bonus: folds in a jiffy! $450.
There are 23 configurations for Nuna’s Demi Grow. It can be a single, a double, or a twin, and it pairs with Nuna’s PIPA car seat. In short, it adapts as your kids age. $800.
Switching from running errands to just, well, running won’t require bending down if you have Chicco’s Activ3; it locks into jogging mode with a quick click on the handlebar. $300.