Comes with two separate covers to protect a baby in a standard stroller. One is a typical rain cover with plastic. The other is a mosquito net for smaller insects. Fits numerous strollers.
Sometimes has an overwhelming plastic smell.
A good balance of moisture barrier protection and ventilation holes for air circulation. Folds up more easily than some thicker covers for storage when not in use. Good for all-season weather, including small amounts of snow.
Requires more effort and energy to take off a stroller compared to some options.
Includes a high-quality plastic cover. Designed to fit a variety of strollers with a canopy. Includes side ventilation for hot weather to keep your baby cool and healthy. Front flap makes it easy to access the interior.
The fit with some larger strollers is loose.
Heavy fabric does a good job of keeping the rain out of larger and double strollers. Fasteners also make the cover good for wind protection. Convenient access on both sides of the cover. Easily secured using hook-and-loop attachments.
A lot of excess hangs from the bottom of some strollers.
Sun cover is a dark color, preventing it from reflecting sunlight onto people nearby. Shade also provides UVA and UVB ray protection. Insect net does a good job of keeping harmful mosquitoes out of the stroller. Lightweight but durable.
Lacks a proper rain cover to keep moisture out.
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If you’ve ever been caught in a serious rainstorm with your baby in a stroller then you know just how miserable it can be. With a stroller cover, you can protect your child and gear from any elements. You can find covers that are stretchy enough to fit over any seat or some that are designed specifically for a certain brand. If you live in an area with mosquitos you can find a mesh cover to keep out the pesky bugs. Some stroller covers are see-through while others are opaque. Most stroller covers don’t have a frame but you can find one that does if you want more serious protection.