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We have different types all packed with features parents (and children) love. Learn which ones will work for your situation.

Travel Systems

Stroller and infant car seat duos that offer the most longevity for parents by carrying children from birth through their preschool years.


Full-sized strollers designed for comfort and functionality equipped with a wide variety of features to suit your life style.

Compact Strollers

These are typically smaller and lighter than full-sized strollers and fold more compactly, yet still offer comfort and convenience.

Travel Systems


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Tayla Max™
Tayla Max™
Price $449.99 $249.99 $159.99
Type Full Size Compact Stroller Frame Only
Modes of Use 1. Parent-facing infant car seat caddy
2. World-facing stroller
3. Parent-facing stroller
4. World-facing carriage (with QuikCarriage)
5. Parent-facing carriage (with QuikCarriage)
1. World-facing stroller 1. Parent-facing infant car seat caddy
Handle Height 39.5"-43" - four positions 41" - does not adjust 41" - does not adjust
Fully Extendable Canopy with 360° coverage + UPF 50 protection with UPF 50 protection See Infant Car Seat
Peek-a-boo Window
Parent Cup Holder
Bumper Bar
Recline Four Position Three Position
Seat Cushion • Machine-washable & dryer-safe
• Reversible: Mesh for warmer days, Knit for cooler days
• Hand-wash only See Infant Car Seat
Basket + two zippered pockets + two zippered pockets
Adjustable Footrest
Wheel Type All Wheels Swivel/Lockable Front Lockable Swivel Wheels Front Lockable Swivel Wheels
All Wheel Suspension
One Hand Fold
Compatible with Select Infant Car Seats
Additional Features • Vegan-leather accents for style and comfort
• Includes rain cover
Meets Disney Size Requirements See Infant Car Seat
Weight Recommendation Up to 50 Pounds (with infants in world/parent-facing carriage mode or in infant car seat caddy) Up to 50 Pounds (with infants in infant car seat caddy) See Infant Car Seat
Stroller Dimensions (folded) 19" tall x 12.5" wide x 7" deep 28" H x 17" deep x 18.5" W 13" H x 28.5" L x 11" W
Stroller Dimensions (open) 46" tall x 24.5" wide x 37-40" deep (depending on how far out handle is extended) 40.75" H 33" L x 24.5" W 40.5" H x 34" D x 19.5" W
Stroller Weight 24.5 lbs. 20 lbs. 15 lbs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When can my baby first sit in a stroller?

  • There isn’t a magical age that indicates when it’s safe for your little one to graduate to the stroller seat. The switch from infant seat or carriage mode to the stroller seat depends more on size and developmental stage than anything else. Because their muscles are still developing, your little one needs to ride fully reclined for those first few months. We recommend switching to the stroller seat in a reclined position once baby can support their head on their own, which is typically about three months old. Then, you can switch to fully upright in the stroller seat when baby can sit up on their own, typically between five and seven months. In the meantime, it’s important to encourage baby’s gross motor skill development to help them reach those milestones.

How can I keep my stroller in good condition?

  • On the list of things parents spend time thinking about, stroller maintenance probably doesn’t even break the top 10. From missed naps to potty-training accidents, your stroller is just another piece of gear you use to make it through the day. While you can probably get away with chucking it in the closet after each trip (out of sight, out of mind), you’ll get more out of your stroller if you give it the TLC it deserves. View our top 5 cleaning tips HERE!

How do I fold my stroller?

  • If you’ve got an open stroller on your hands with no clue how to fold it, we’ve compiled a how-to for each of our Maxi-Cosi strollers on our blog, so you can be on your way to making memories without another worry.