Natural-minded parents gravitate toward safe and sustainable items. And baby gear is no different. This guide to non-toxic, eco-friendly strollers will help you find the best option for your family.
An all-purpose stroller typically offers a smooth ride with convenient features like a storage basket, cup holders, and the option to recline the seat.
Also known as travel strollers or umbrella strollers, these are lighter and take less effort to fold and lift onto stairs, public transportation, or in and out of your car.
If you have twins or siblings born close together, you’ll likely need a double stroller. They generally come in two options: side-by-side doubles, or in-line single-file seats. There are also convertible strollers that start with one seat and have the ability to add another for a second child.
Certified organic fabrics are hard to find in strollers because most are made from synthetic materials. In the early months, you’ll likely use your baby’s car seat adapted to a stroller, so be sure to choose a non-toxic, flame retardant free car seat.