Sergiy Barchuk for TIME
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Dealing with bulky kids’ gear can be one more obstacle to getting out the door—and jogging strollers are particularly unwieldy. Guava rose to the challenge with its Roam Crossover Stroller: its rear wheels collapse inward while folding forward toward the front wheel. The result? “A more portable stroller that collapses down to 50% smaller than traditional joggers on the market,” founder and CEO Scott Crumrine says. Among the lightest jogging strollers out there (it weighs 25 lb.), Roam doesn’t sacrifice stability or durability, with a smooth suspension system and all-terrain, airless tires that can’t be punctured. Picking up the pace is as simple as flipping the handlebar switch from walk to run mode—no need to bend down by the front wheel.

Buy Now: Guava Roam Crossover Stroller

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