Buying a stroller just may be the most important baby purchase a New York City parent makes. After all, a stroller in NYC gets a serious daily workout as you take your tot to visit wonderful parks and museums, explore vibrant neighborhoods and use it as a makeshift grocery cart. Even if you prefer to wear your baby, your back will probably need a break at some point.
Since we NYC parents are incredibly hard on our strollers—pushing them over uneven sidewalks, jerking them up subway stairs, collapsing them every time we get on a bus or in a cab—we can’t just go with whatever model happens to be in. We need our stroller (or, more accurately, strollers, since you’ll probably start off with a heavy-duty model for your baby and then graduate to a lightweight umbrella stroller around age 2) to be able to accommodate our unique lifestyle. Having been down this bumpy road myself, here are 10 questions I wish I had known to ask before buying a stroller to use in NYC.
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