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The Best Umbrella Strollers  

Elise Hennigan
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List Rules Vote for the stroller that works best in the rain or adverse weather.

List of the best umbrella strollers currently available on the market, as ranked by moms and dads who know best. Busy parents depend on good umbrella strollers to help them safely transport their infants and toddlers in adverse weather. All-weather strollers are especially necessary for parents who live in climates where rain, hail and snow frequently occur. There is nothing worse than feeling like you can’t go along with your day and bring you baby with you just because it is raining. If you are on foot, umbrella strollers are the best strollers for rain. The best rated covered baby strollers are aerodynamic, compact and collapsible.

If you are asking yourself, “What brand of umbrella stroller should I buy?” You can use this list of top umbrella strollers to inform your decision, compare prices, find cheap umbrella strollers, and be confident that you are buying the best brand of stroller on the market. 
Chicco Capri Lightweight... is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Umbrella Strollers
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Pros: easy to use and very light

Cons: crotch strap is way too short and not adjustable
The First Years Ignite S... is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Umbrella Strollers
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Pros: sturdy, easy to fold and use, reclines, handles are tall enough for tall people to push comfortably

Cons:  canopy does not adjust
Baby Cargo 100 Series Li... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Umbrella Strollers
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Pros: Super compact and ultra-lightweight, a rust-free aluminum frame, double interior side pockets, a cargo basket tucked underneath and a sturdy shoulder strap and handle

Cons: it does not recline 
Jeep Cherokee Sport Stro... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Umbrella Strollers
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Pros: all terrain wheels, lightweight and easy to fold (can fold with one hand), trays for parent and child

Cons: lacks a locking mechanism