At only 8.3 pounds, UPPAbaby's G-Lite, shown in Caleigh, is the lightest full-size umbrella stroller we know of (6 months and up, $120).
Graco's best-selling Quattro Tour now has this Sport version, shown in Laguna Green, with spring suspension and a rounded frame (newborn and up, $190).
Willing to pay for a style statement? Be the preppy parent pushing Maclaren's LaCoste Ryder, sold with extras such as a sun hat (3 months and up, $400).
Looking for the least expensive umbrella stroller that's still got style? Evenflo's XSport costs as little as a box of diapers (6 months and up, $30).
The big wheels on the Phil & Teds Sport make for a smooth ride. Add the doubles kit, and it takes two (newborn and up, $400 for stroller, $90 for extra seat).
If you're willing to pay for plush padding and extras such as a cup holder and rain cover, we adore Inglesina's Zippy, shown in Rubino -- it's also got a very easy fold (newborn and up, $350).
See the BOB Revolution (newborn and up if you use a car-seat attachment, $360) in action in a jazzy video; search YouTube.com for "I am mom."
Baby Jogger's easy-to-maneuver Double City Mini is smaller than any other double jogger out there, and it's surprisingly simple to fold (newborn and up if you use a car-seat attachment, $350).
Graco's Stylus Travel System, shown in the Wyndham pattern, includes the well-loved SnugRide car seat along with a stroller (newborn and up, $200).
Quinny's Zapp, a futuristic-looking stroller, is easy to push and turn (6 months and up, $200).
Graco's sporty little Ipo, in a color called Gaia, holds a child up to 50 pounds (6 months and up, $90).
Combi's Flare, in Mandarin, folds in half and then in half again, making it a cinch to carry and store -- and it's ridiculously affordable (6 months and up, $70).
Chicco's sturdy Trevi, in their Extreme color, can carry their highly rated Keyfit "30" car seat (newborn and up, $130).
Joovy's Groove 2 offers huge, shady canopies and a slim fold (6 months and up, $330).
The Stokke Xplory lets baby ride where he can see your face and has one of the best rain shields we've tried (newborn and up, $1,099.99).
The price is high, but the Bugaboo Cameleon comes with a huge bassinet, stand-alone seat, and the base (which can also hold a car seat), all available in many hip colors (newborn and up, $899.99).
The Bugaboo Bee also has the company's signature maneuverability in a smaller, more traditional stroller (newborn and up, $530).
The Mutsy 4Rider "Next" Cargo system can have many different looks, and its pneumatic tires deliver a smooth ride even on uneven surfaces such as sand (newborn and up, $760).
The lightweight Quinny Buzz folds and unfolds easily, making it a great choice if you travel often (approximately 6 months and up, $550).
The Orbit's car seat goes seamlessly from its base in your car to the base of the stroller without jostling baby (newborn and up, $899).
The classic Silver Cross Balmoral Baby Stroller has held the princes and princesses of England -- as the price indicates, it's a rolling work of art (newborn and up, $2,499).