Gear Girl: New Strollers for 2014

In the market for a stroller? Here are four new and soon-to-be released stylish strollers to keep your eye on. Which is your favorite?

Mamas & Papas special edition Donna Wilson urbo (available now)

mamas and papas strollerDonna Wilson may not be a household name here in the U.S., but this well-known London-based textile designer (check out her adorable designs for kids and babies)  has joined forces with Mamas & Papas for a special edition version of their urbo2 stroller, arriving in the states this month. How special is it? Only 50 (yes 5-0) of these strollers will be available for purchase in the U.S. In addition to the adorable fox print, the stroller has a lightweight, compact frame, reversible seat and extra lined hood and visor for better naps on the go. (Quick – get one here!)

Britax Affinity (available Spring 2014)

new strollers for 2014Color lovers, get ready! The new Britax Affinity stroller will come in an eye-popping array of 18 different frame and fabric combinations to customize your ideal stroller look. But you know that any stroller from Britax is more than just a pretty face. The new Affinity boasts a reversible seat, adjustable suspension, oversized canopy, articulating handle, and will be compatible with Britax’s infant car seat and bassinet.

Orbit Baby G3 (available February 2014)

new strollers 2014The mix-and-match model of the new Orbit Baby G3 will allow parents to design a stroller system to match their needs by selecting the base, seat, storage, colors and accessories they want. Upgrades from the previous model include a faster fold, easier car seat base installation, and softer, higher quality fabrics, but the G3 will still have Orbit Baby’s unique 360° rotation seat. Check out this teaser video from Orbit Baby.

4Moms Origami Mini (available late 2014)

strollersI remember the first time I watched the 4Moms Origami stroller open and close itself for the first time (yes, on its own). It really is a sight to behold. Well, that tech-savvy stroller has a little sibling on the way. The Origami Mini is a lightweight version (16 lbs) of the original that still offers power folding/unfolding, running lights, cell phone charge and LCD screen. Lots of tech just in a tinier, lighter package.

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