A pram is one of the most expensive items you will purchase as a new parent and with so many different types of prams available, it can be hard to tell which one is right for your family.
When most people think of an All Terrain pram, they think of outdoorsy parents looking to do some serious walking. Some choose an all terrain not only for their sporty look, but for going to outdoor places like the beach and park trails, as well as the fair, amusement parks and the zoo.
The All Terrain prams are durable and maneuverable. They go smoothly over rough sidewalks and uneven surfaces.
Even though an all-terrain may be at the more ‘rugged’ end of the pram types, new design features mean that they are still easy to use, store and transport. However, as expected they will tend to be a little heavier than the Urban category of prams.
We walk through some of the best all terrain prams on the market.
Like all Bugaboo strollers, the Bugaboo Buffalo is known for its high quality, smart design, innovative functionalities, smooth ride and its ease of use.
Designed specifically for all-terrain performance, the Bugaboo Buffalo is a must for parents who love to get out and about. The Bugaboo Buffalo works for both city trips and on tougher trails. Versatile, robust and spacious, the one piece fold Bugaboo Buffalo has multiple luggage options, a high and spacious seat, and an extendable sun canopy for extra protection against the elements. So no matter how rough your expedition, it will always be a smooth ride.
The Nuna IVVI
The Nuna IVVI pram is designed to grow with your child and is perfect from newborn stage all the way through to 3 +.
All the products produced by Nuna are made using high end and durable materials.
This pram is well designed and is simple to use right from setup. You simply pop it out the box, click on the all-terrain wheels and you’re good to go. The pram design also makes changing from forward to rear facing super simple, it just clips out and you turn it round and slot it back in.
Some of the features to point out are the ease of use, the ultra padded seat and the smooth push. The extra little bits and pieces make it a great everyday option – the large, zip out hood, the large shopping basket and the easily adjustable strap height make it a pram you could easily use day in day out.
Read the full Nuna IVVI review.
The Bumbleride Indie is a 3-wheel all-terrain stroller that offers a set of features that will meet most suburban and urban lifestyles and needs. It's a good-looking stroller, offering excellent maneuverability, a smooth ride, and ample storage.
Many things just work with this pram including the great ride, one-handed steering, a large canopy, a large storage basket and a full recline. Yes, you can (almost) have it all! The quality of construction is obvious in every component of this stroller.
Click here to read the full Bumbleride Indie review.
Baby Jogger City Select
The Baby Jogger City Select is a great all-around stroller, and can be upgraded to accommodate a second baby or child at any time with 16 seat combinations (infant car seat adapter, bassinet, and additional seat sold separately). It also has more seating options for two than any other double in-line stroller.
Baby Jogger have thought of almost everything with this pram when it comes to ease-of-use, safety, and quality. Many features are adjustable, including the canopy, the handlebar, seat head height, seat position, foot well, front wheel lock, and most impressive, expandability with an additional seat, infant car seat, or bassinet.
Read the full Baby Jogger City Select review.
The Jané Crosswalk
The Jané Crosswalk is new to the market and is shaping up to be a popular pram.
The Crosswalk is a high performance all terrain pushchair with great suspension on four large, chunky, PU tyres. The Crosswalk is nimble and easy to maneuver. The Jané Crosswalk has a large reversible seat which is suitable from birth as well as multiple carrycot, car seat and lie flat car cot options. There is a double lock handbrake and a large basket. The Jané Crosswalk folds compactly and autolocks.
If you like a technical looking pram with loads for features the Crosswalk may work for you.
Read the full Jané Crosswalk review.