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About Maclaren Buggies

Stroll the streets in style with these hi-tech strollers from Maclaren Buggies and Accessories. Introduced in Britain in 1965 by a former test pilot, aeronautical designer and grandfather Owen Maclaren, these now famous buggies live up to their impeccable reputation with ease. Here you'll find a range of styles and sizes, so you’re sure to find the one that can keep up with you.

Past Sales Featuring Maclaren Buggies

Sale Ended July 28, 2011

Baby Boutique: Get Ready for Your Newborn

New parents, take note! From nap time to meal time to potty time—and all the other times in between—this sale has you covered. Baby bedding, clothes, and strollers are just some of the must-haves you'll find in this array; there's plenty for the mom-to-be, too, with a selection of comfortable (and chic) separates and dresses made for her new curves.

Sale Ended June 17, 2010

Maclaren: Buggies and Accessories

For modern parents raising a super-stylish brood, these Maclaren buggies are a must. The portable, lightweight strollers are joined by a slew of nifty accessories, including soft liners and stroller bags, some the result of designer collaborations with kate spade and Lulu Guinness. There are also bouncers, carriers and toy travel sets for tots, plus giftable skincare essentials. Oh, baby!

Sale Ended February 09, 2011

Maclaren Buggies, Uppababy & Accessories

The stroller is where they spend most of their time—outside the crib, that is—so it's no surprise parents stress so much over which buggy to buy. Our selection of easily-maneuvered Maclaren models and assorted accessories from our favorite brands should make you breathe that much easier.

Sale Ended September 14, 2010

Stroll in Style

Looking for new ways to show off that adorable baby? Trot your new addition all over town in one of these ergonomically correct Baby Bjorn carriers or state-of-the-art Maclaren buggies. (If you’ve got two tykes, then Phil & Ted’s twin strollers may be more your speed.) And don’t miss the booties and mittens from 7 A.M. Enfant to keep those tiny toes and fingers warm.