Greenest Strollers

Mindful shopping is on the rise, with more people opting for eco-friendly, sustainable and toxin-free options, especially when shopping for their newborns! Did you know that the average baby stroller materials can contain severely hazardous toxins? Common toxins in baby strollers and products include PVC (polyvinylchloride), PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers), and Polyurethane foam, which often include formaldehydes and benzenes. 

These toxins can impact hormonal, reproductive, neurological, and developmental problems, so it’s imperative to shop consciously when buying your baby’s products. Unfortunately, finding eco-friendly, toxin-free and sustainable strollers can be a bit challenging – below are some green options for those expecting!

  • Greentom

If you haven’t heard of Greentom yet, you need to check them out. Their strollers are made from recycled plastic bottles, saving a huge amount of plastic that would otherwise end up in the landfill. You can even see how many bottles have been used to make each product! 

Greentom strollers are produced safely and sustainably, using only non-toxic fabrics and frames. All materials used fully comply with the highest child safety measures. The mattress used in the stroller is made from 100% organic cotton, flax and wool. They are taking the baby world by storm – check them out here! 

  • JOOLZ GEO2

This brand makes eco-friendly, non-toxic, organic and sustainable baby strollers, and for every stroller that is registered, they plant a tree in your child’s name in the Joolz Birth Forest in Columbia – how cool is that? Their products are packaged with reusable and recyclable, and organic materials – making it safe for babies and the environment – sounds like a win-win to me!

Learn more here 

  • Bumbleride

Another great eco-conscious baby stroller and accessories brand is Bumbleride. All fabrics are made from 100% recycled polyester made from post-consumer water bottles and are certified free from harmful chemicals. They’ve recently launched their 100% Organic Cotton Collection, which is GOTS certified, and free of pesticides and harmful chemicals. Producing organic cotton uses 71% less water and 62% less energy – making it have less impact on the air and environment than when producing cotton conventionally – talk about amazing sustainable initiatives.

Learn more here!

  • Stokke

Stokke has been paving the way toward environmental consciousness and safety for years, producing baby products ranging from strollers, car seats, high chairs and carriers. They make every effort to use environmentally friendly and biodegradable materials – creating products that are designed to last a lifetime, and use only the highest quality of materials that ensure safety and durability. Check out their products and get stoked about their awesome green practices!

Happy Strolling!

Sara White