New in 2022

Newest 2022 strollers out there

In 2022, the trend of strollers getting smaller and lighter (across all categories), is still present. Inspired by the first-ever Babyzen Yoyo (which now offers even a tandem Yoyo Connect setup, and the popularity of quality, taller backrest strollers, Bugaboo came to pitch in with their own take on an ultra-compact buggy with a whopping 56cm backrest, nd Recaro with their Recaro Lexa. (For more cool ultracompact buggies, be sure to read out top 10 of 2022 here)

Even in the world of full-sized models, the trend of strollers trying to get lighter and more compact is more and more on-trend, while people needing something truly sturdy and durable even on harsher terrain have less and less choice, to be honest - your best bet in such a case are nowadays three-wheelers.

Budget prams and pushchairs are a very much appreciated category, but with the options getting wider and wider, one can only struggle to weigh all the options in a world where there are no reviews or paid ones (thank God there's still Strollberry 😉). Be sure to check multiple sources though, and if possible, try the stroller out to see the materials used and the sturdiness "right out of the box", as many affordable models have a very loose frame right from the beginning (which is never good).

Stylish is the word of this year, however, as prams, pushchairs, and buggies get more and more modern and interesting - if not in terms of design, then in terms of colors, patterns, accessories or limited collections. When going out and about, moms and sellers focus on being noticed for a pretty accessory, which a stroller most certainly is. From pastels to bold metallic frames to perforation or cute patterns, if choosing a stroller this year, be sure to go for something eye-catching yet timeless enough. From Red Dot Design Award-ed Kinderkraft strollers through the timeless neutrals of the new AC Designs to a Signature Joie line, there's plenty to choose from. Just a suggestion ;-)

To end this little editorial, I'd add one of my personal observations and a piece of advice in terms of accessorizing - mix and match. Try something new, if it is a backpack changing bag that looks like a real, cool bag you'd wear even without a stroller; a patterned Lodger footmuff or a cute Elodie seat liner, a colorful pouch or divider in your basket space... find a cool piece and use it to make the stroller yours. Even if you'd have a tailor make it for you. 🤩 You'll shine even on a street full of the same stroller brand.

P.S. If considering a very affordable stroller brand/model, do consider the availability of spare parts. We've noticed they are continuously being searched - yet unavailable. Read more about how to (try to) get spare/replacement parts for strollers here.

So - which new release is your personal favorite? Check them out below.

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Kinderkraft Askoy

The Kinderkraft Askoy is a 2022 renamed version of the Kinderkraft Cruiser – a simple, lightweight pushchair with a modern design, pastels color, and urban functionality. The differences between the Kinderkraft Cruiser and the Askoy are in the updated details: an improved folding mechanicm on the handle, a new design of the wheels with an open spring suspension and a white circle on the wheel rims, a new style of stiching on the footrest and the backrest, and a logo update. The minimalistic colors and shapes will grab your attention just as much as its affordable price, the one-hand fold, the extra-large shopping basket, the fully reclining seat, and the rubber wheels with a rear suspension system. This versatile stroller is a simple asset of an undemanding urban mommy suitable even for younger children. Instead of a conventional belly bar, the Askoy features a practical child tray and a cup holder, a rain cover, and an apron (all included in the base package).

Silver Cross Reef

The Silver Cross Reef is a May 2022 release of a single, larger-wheeled reversible pushchair with the possibility of a full-featured 2in1 or 3in1 stroller system, and a more all-terrain version of its urban brother, the Silver Cross Dune. Silver Cross actually presents it as a 5in1 as there are optional accessories such as a soft insert cot called "Newborn Pod" usable right in the seat, and a ride-on board available (there's more, e.g. a luxury backpack-style changing bag to buy separately if you want such).

The flat-folding Silver Cross Reef stroller frame features an individual wheel suspension, and the size of the wheels is larger, so even occasional bumps should be ok. The slightly rigid chassis and suspension of Silver Cross strollers overall make it still better for city surfaces mostly. The from-birth "First Bed Folding Carrycot" is a regular folding carrycot with a double sun visor and enough ventilation to allow overnight sleeping. Apart from this bassinet, you can attach a car seat with adapters (either Silver Cross or a Maxi-Cosi/Cybex type of adaptors are available) to create a car-friendly travel system (officially compatible with these car seats: Clek Liing; Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats - all, including the Mico 30, Mico Max & Coral XP; Nuna Pipa, Pipa Lite, Pipa Lite LX and Pipa RX).

The seat unit of the Reef is reversible, so you can click it on parent-facing or street-facing as needed. The seat has a canopy that includes an extension, a double sun visor, and even a hidden integrated sunshade called "Sun Sail" that will cover pretty much the whole child even in lie-flat mode. Dune also boasts a "Genius harness system" that stays open and features a magnetic buckle for easy harnessing the child in. A lot of padding and luxury-looking recycled/sustainable fabrics are some of the reasons for the luxury look of the pram as well as the high price of this city model.

Silver Cross Dune

The Silver Cross Dune is a May 2022 release of a single urban reversible pushchair with the possibility of a full-featured 2in1 or 3in1 stroller system. Silver Cross actually presents it as a 5in1 as there are optional accessories such as a soft insert cot called "Newborn Pod" usable right in the seat, and a ride-on board available (there's more, e.g. a luxury backpack-style changing bag to buy separately if you want such).

The compact Silver Cross Dune stroller frame features an individual wheel suspension, though the size of the wheels and a bit rigid frame and suspension of Silver Cross strollers overall make it ideal for manicured surfaces mostly. The from-birth "First Bed Folding Carrycot" is a regular folding carrycot with a double sun visor and enough ventilation to allow overnight sleeping. Apart from this bassinet, you can attach a car seat with adapters (either Silver Cross or a Maxi-Cosi/Cybex type of adaptors are available) to create a car-friendly travel system (officially compatible with these car seats: Clek Liing; Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats - all, including the Mico 30, Mico Max & Coral XP; Nuna Pipa, Pipa Lite, Pipa Lite LX and Pipa RX).

The seat unit of the Dune is reversible, so you can click it on parent-facing or street-facing as needed. The seat has a canopy that includes an extension, a double sun visor, and even a hidden integrated sunshade called "Sun Sail" that will cover pretty much the whole child even in lie-flat mode. Dune also boasts a "Genius harness system" that stays open and features a magnetic buckle for easy harnessing the child in. A lot of padding and luxury-looking recycled/sustainable fabrics are some of the reasons for the luxury look of the pram as well as the high price of this city model.

For those loving the Dune design and features but needing something more all-terrain, Silver Cross also released the more multi-terrain Silver Cross Reef.

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Peg-Pérego Vivace

The Peg-Perégo Vivace is a May 2022 release of a lightweight, variable urban stroller that impresses not only with its design based on the hugely popular Cybex Mios but also with its functionality. Thanks to its lightweight aluminum frame featuring suspension and the smaller foam wheels, it is destined for use in the city, where it will handle narrow aisles easily, thanks to the 51 cm width. The Vivace also fits in the boot of a small car when folded.

Its reversible seat can be used from birth up to a maximum of 22 kg child, ideally with some sort of insert or cocoon. The seat unit can be reclined to a lie-flat position, including the adjustable leg rest, and also boasts soft padding and an XXL-size canopy with a built-in peek-a-boo window.

The Vivace is compatible with the Culla Grande bassinet, which offers a generous interior space of 78x39 centimeters, a built-in ventilation thanks to the detachable upper part of the canopy, and a ventilation/panoramic window located on the side. It also has an adjustable backrest, which can be used in case of reflux. The carrycot includes a quality mattress as well as UPF 50+ protection fabrics that can also be found on the seat.

In combination with the Kit Auto (available separately), the Culla Grande bassinet can also be used in the car instead of a car seat. Another optional accessory for the bassinet is the practical stand so that you can also use it for your baby's rest at home. For use from birth and for quick car journeys, the Vivace frame can be combined with a Peg-Pérego car seat to create a travel system.

You can buy it in several fabric designs matching the colors of the chassis: the Blue Shine, Fiat 500 (premium edition), City Grey, Licorice, Mon Amour, and the distinctive Red Shine.

Uppababy Minu V2

The Uppababy Minu V2 is a 2022 iteration and a second generation of the sturdy Uppababy Minu - an ultra-compact pushchair that is very lightweight while usable pretty much from birth.
The Minu V2 actually builds on the from-birth friendliness and adds a full-featured high-positioned bassinet option to the car seat/travel system compatibility, making it possible to create a 3in1 stroller system out of the Minu V2. More Uppababy Minu V2 versus Minu V1 differences include an updated, more upright seat with no-rethread harness straps, a zip-out extendable canopy without a visor for a more elegant look, adjustable calf support, a renewed opening mechanism that is simply easier, added perforated PU leather-covered bumper bar, a renewed leg/calf rest with adjustment, and overall design update with new colorways to choose from as well as renewed leatherette details on the handle and belly bar. The Minu V2 is also compatible with more accessories (they are, however, sold separately) – not only the Uppababy carrycot but also the new buggy board / Piggyback ride-along board for an older sibling.

The stroller's design remains lightweight and nimble (even if over 1 kilogram heavier than the Minu 1), with a nice enough width that fits even narrow aisles. The world-facing seat can be adjusted to an almost-lie flat that is best for children from 6 months and up (for smaller babies, definitely use the car seat or the bassinet from the from-birth system options). There's also the practical, shoe-saving brake, activated by pressing one side and deactivated by pressing the other, as well as an accessible shopping basket.

Recaro Lexa Elite

The Recaro Lexa Elite is a more luxurious and newborn-friendly revesible version of the Recaro Lexa, which is design. and features-wise rather similar to the Cybex Eezy S-Twist².

This modern, high-weight-capacity & extendable seat back ultra-compact stroller was made small enough to comply with carry-on measurements and requirements for plane travel while being comfortable even for small babies. The seat reverses by rotating on the pushchair's frame, features a lie-flat recline, an extendable hood with a large mesh peek-a-boo window, and even ventilation mesh seat parts, and you'll also find a flip-flop friendly brake in the lower part of the chassis. The Lexa Elite can be folded one-handedly and weighs only 8 kg. The car seat adapters for creating a travel system, as well as other accessories, are, however, sold separately.

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Recaro Lexa

The Recaro Lexa is a modern, high-weight-capacity & tall seat back ultra-compact stroller that is made with baby's comfort in mind. The extra-breathable design with a large mesh peek-a-boo window in the extendable sun canopy with a sun visor, the mesh seat parts, the flip-flop friendly brake, and the lie-flat two-hand recline, as well as a car seat/travel system compatibility, will make happy even parents of a smaller child. The stroller can be folded one-handedly and fits carry-on requirements. The small weight is another advantage of the Lexa. The adapters, the bumper bar, and all the accessories are, however, sold extra.

There is even a reversible version of the Lexa – the Recaro Lexa Elite similar to the Cybex Eezy S-Twist².

Kinderkraft Nea

The Kinderkraft Nea is an April 2022 release of a modern, versatile stroller system with a full-features bassinet option, a reversible seat with a high backrest and a high, 22kg weight capacity, and a car seat/travel system option. Clocking in 11,9 kg with the seat unit (pushchair mode), it is not overly heavy, while it offers no-maintenance rubber wheels of a nice size that, along with the suspension, can tackle even bumpier sidewalks. Apart from the appealing, sleek design, it is also a rather budget-friendly model that will make happy mainly urban parents that want something universal while spacious enough - with a nice value for the money.

The foldable carrycot boasts a roomy interior and a well-ventilated hood as well as a panorama window in the lower part. The lie-flat seat unit car be folded with the frame in both directions, and also offers a very tall seat back and an extendable canopy. A cup holder, a rain cover, and a mosquito net are included with the 2in1 pram.

Kinderkraft Grande Plus

The Kinderkraft Grande Plus is an upgrade of the popular, modern, spacious, and affordable Kinderkraft Grande LX. The 2022 release brought mainly the higher, 22kg weight capacity in the seat, new colors to choose from, and a slightly more spacious seat. Only foam-covered wheels are to be found on the Grande Plus, and the front wheels are a bit smaller.

The spaciousness, the large shopping basket (with, unfortunately, only 2 kg load capacity), and tThe non-reversible fully-reclining seat are still present. The sleek colors and more rounded shapes combined with the base black fabrics make the stroller stand out even if it is a budget-friendly model. The shock-absorbing suspension is present on each wheel individually. Just a rain cover is included with the pushchair, the Plus version doesn't come with an apron anymore.

Easywalker Miley²

The Easywalker Miley 2 is a 2022 update of the Easywalker Miley. The same ultra-compact buggy with improved features, the Miley² features an airplane cabin-friendly fold, full-recline, and premium, sustainable materials along with child comfort features. Thanks to the Unique Accessory system, you can add various optional accessories on integrated attachment points on the chassis, ranging froom a cup or phone holder to a LED light or a kid steering wheel.

The differences and changes from Miley to Miley2 include:An improved seatback angle making the stroller more upright
A 1.5 cm longer seat
A 48 cm long backrest (as opposed to a 43 cm tall seat back of the Miley)
A 100g lower weight, compared to the original model
More height to the canopy thanks to its higher position means more inner space for taller toddlers
Leatherette covers on the belly bar
An updated, more accessible basket with a front plate in black fabric
A transport bag is included but not integrated anymore
There is a pocket inside the storage basket
An updated tone-in-tone back of the seat in the same fabric and color as the rest of the seat

Bugaboo Butterfly

The Bugaboo Butterfly is, after the reversible ultra-compact Bugaboo Ant, another ultra-compact stroller that is even approved by IATA (Internationa Air Transport Association), which means fuss-free traveling with the Butterfly as a piece of cabin luggage. The Butterfly, unlike the Ant (and much more like the well-made Joolz Aer), is forward-facing only, which means you cannot make the child parent-face, but it also means much larger seat which a higher backrest that reclines partially, an adjustable leg rest, and a pivoting bumper bar as well. Lastly, the BGB Butterfly stands by its 22 kg weight capacity in the seat plus 8 kg in the basket, meaning a whopping 30 kg maximum capacity overall. The 56cm seatback is also the tallest on the market in the ultracompact category, and is not that slanted, meaning a quite upright seat for a travel pushchair.

The Butterfly, launched in April 2022, is, therefore, a quality travel buggy for parents of babies to toddlers, boasting not just an adjustable world-facing seat unit but also a car seat compatibility for use from birth as a travel system (using of this stroller without a car seat is best from about 8 months on). There's also the extendable hood with a ventilation mesh part, an all-wheel suspension, a carry strap, and a one-second, one-hand fold. The Butterfly was launched in three base colors and poses a real competition to very similarly-functioning Aer.

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Kinderkraft Siesta New

The Kinderkraft Siesta New, or also the Siesta 2022, is a March 2022 update of the older Kinderkraft Siesta umbrella buggy. The pastel-colored umbrella stroller features a 20kg weight capacity a fully adjustable up to a lie-flat seat, and is, therefore, suitable also for smaller children that don't sit by themselves just yet. The seat is equipped with a gate-open textile-covered bumper bar for the child, which can be also completely removed. A standing fold and a rain cover included are more of the Siesta updates, compared to the older version – and for a smoother urban ride, there is even suspension on the double wheels.

Easywalker Jimmey

The Easywalker Jimmey is a 2022 release and the most enhanced version of the flagship model Easywalker Harvey3. These two prams are very similar in functionality - all-rounders concentrating on a smooth ride, roominess and all the comfort features of a full-sized stroller system - with a few differences.

The reversible, well-padded and newly lie-flat seat unit can be reclined fully, while the prolonged leg rest is fully adjustable as well. The well-padded carrycot sports an even larger, full-coverage hood with a handle and a long visor as well, along with a higher apron to cover your baby fully even when windy or rainy. You can attach any part to the frame either with or without the set of height adapters, meaning lower for shorter parents or higher to have your baby closer even if tall. An updated, roomy carrycot with 79 cm inner length is available for your newborn. Using a different set of adapters, you can attach a car seat to the chassis as well. The storage basket improvement is also considerable - the spacious basket can even be detached from the chassis and carried in hand as a regular shopping basket.

The Easywalker Jimmey differs from the Harvey 3 in these areas:

Updated rubber wheels that absorb sounds and feature a memory front lock for an even better all-terrain ride
A stepless height-adjustable handlebar; no finding the click-in parts anymore
An extra-long footrest
Unique Accessory System attachment point on the bumper bar of the seat unit
A carrycot with open-close air ventilation in the base as well as with a Tencel mattress cover that is soft, absorbing, ventilation-promoting, odorless, and made from sustainable materials
An updated, 36L, easily removable storage basket with carrying handles so that you can carry your basket in your hand

Thule Shine

The Thule Shine is a small, compact, while sturdy reversible urban stroller with a release date of February 2022. It was made with babies and parents in mind and offers full-featured from-birth travel system features while staying lightweight (under 10 kg) and compact. The one-hand push, one-hand fold with the seat attached, and a roomy basket with a 10 kg weight capacity (higher than the stroller weight itself) will make any city mum happy, helping her with chores as well as shopping.

The Shine's full-suspension chassis with unique, reflective rubber wheels is equipped with all-wheel suspension as well as a memory button to remove any click-on part easily. The reversible, lie-flat seat unit could be used even with smaller babies with the optional newborn inlay or the soft newborn nest (footmuff-style). The seat offers nice sun coverage thanks to an extendable canopy (5 colorway options will be available). The same canopy fits the optional newborn semi-rigid bassinet accessory, which is equipped with extra pockets. The carrycot clicks on the stroller frame without any adapters necessary. Car seat adapters for Maxi-Cosi/Cybex (and other car seat brands with the same attachment system), as well as Chicco adapter, are also available to be used right from birth.