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Travel Buddy

At just 13 pounds, the Combi Cosmo, $130, features a seat with breathable mesh fabrics, a fully adjustable canopy and a roomy storage basket. The streamlined stroller folds compactly, stands on its own and includes a convenient shoulder strap for carrying. Birth to 55 pounds.

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Modern Classic

Featuring front- and rear-wheel suspension, Maclaren’s Techno XT, $315, offers a smooth ride in a 15-pound package. You’ll like the height adjustable handles and the washable, removable seat cover. Your baby will benefit from the oversized canopy. Additional seat covers, including organic options, available, $25–$30. Birth to 55 pounds.

*After this story was published in print Maclaren issued a recall on this stroller. Consumers are urged to contact Maclaren to receive a repair kit,

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German Engineering

New to the U.S. market, the Cybex Callisto, $350, weighs in at 19 pounds. The sleek European design features frontand rear-wheel suspension as well as a padded harness that adjusts with a simple one-pull strap system, making for a secure and comfortable fit at any age. Rain cover included. Birth to 33 pounds.

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Fully Loaded

Despite having a large storage basket, the 19-pound Bumbleride Flyer, $359, functions as a convenient travel system, as it’s compatible with six popular car seats. The single handlebar is adjustable, and the extended canopy will protect your baby from rain, snow or sun. The best part? The reversible handle allows your baby to look at you or the road ahead. Rain cover and cup holder included. Birth to 45 pounds.

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Simple and Sleek

Weighing in at 17 pounds, the Chicco Liteway, $130, features a basket that can be removed and used as a backpack. A built-in foot muff (not shown) creates a cozy space for newborns, while the adjustable footrest and harness straps can accommodate babies and toddlers alike. When folded, the streamlined design is easy to carry with the attached handle. Birth to 40 pounds.

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