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Hot New Gear: Stroller Edition

Editor's Pick: UPPABaby G-Luxe
The lightest of our picks at 11 pounds, the G-Luxe reclines, breaks down easily and stands up on its own when folded. It boasts ample storage, a cup holder and looks good! Who says you can't have it all? ($160, uppababy.com)

Steals: 

Cosco Juvenile Altura
Our most inexpensive stroller isn't lacking in features: one-hand open, multi-position recline, cool color combos and the convenience of both a child and parent tray (which together hold four drinks). ($55, coscojuvenile.com)

Combi Cosmo EX
Super-lightweight (13 pounds) and one of the easiest to fold, the Cosmo EX is essential for moms on the go. The handle is good for leggy parents, the canopy offers full coverage, and you can even attach an infant seat. ($130, combi-intl.com)

Britax Blink
With a 55-pound weight capacity, you'll get tons of use from this choice. This stylin' ride has lay-back recline, adjustable leg rest, a strap for easy carrying and all-wheel suspension. The compact fold makes it ideal for traveling too. ($150, britaxusa.com)

Splurges:

Quinny Zapp
Quinnys are all the rage right now, and the Zapp is the lightweight (and lower-priced) version. The nylon fabric rocks, the fold is super-compact, and it comes with swag: a travel bag, sun canopy, rain shield and car seat adapter. ($220, quinny.com)

Peg-Pérego Si
Though compact, the über-fashionable Si holds a car seat, has a sweet one-hand fold and offers plenty of creature comfort: adjustable handles, plenty of storage and a cup holder for that iced latte. ($280, pegperego.com)

Bumbleride Flyer
Luxe fabric and reversible features (so baby can get some face time) set the Flyer apart. It offers a height-adjustable handle, infant headrest, four recline settings and a generous canopy, all on a lightweight aluminum body. ($360, bumbleride.com)<

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