Bugaboo Ant Stroller

Bugaboo Ant Stroller

$499.00 $349.30 - $398.30
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Bugaboo Ant Lightweight Travel Stroller


  • Most compact fold is 21.6 x 14.9 x 9.1 in.
  • Suitable from birth up to 50 lbs.
  • Weight: 15.8 lbs.
  • Accessories sold separately.

Great things really do come in small packages. Introducing the new Bugaboo Ant —our lightest, most compact stroller yet with a completely new design language. Whether you’re embarking on your next big adventure or on the go closer to home, we’ve thought about all the ways your family needs to move and designed a travel stroller that keeps you rolling and lets you see the world your way. The surprisingly portable package unfolds into a comfortable ride complete with all-wheel suspension, while the one-handed steering lets you glide through every twist and turn along the way. It’s packed full of features that keep your child happy and relaxed on the road, and it’s engineered to make your trip run that little bit more smoothly —so you can enjoy what’s really important.


  • 2 Reviews

    • 5
      We love traveling with our Bugaboo Ant!

      Posted by HMK on Sep 3rd 2019

      We bought our Ant about a month ago and we’re so glad we did! We have a Cameleon as our full size pram but honestly the Ant can go just about anywhere the Cam can. It folds compactly so it’s great for road trips to see family, taking up far less space in the car than a standard pram, and I’ve carried it on board domestic flights with no issues. I love the slim profile for visits to the shops and cafes as you can park it just about anywhere. The collapsible handles mean we can pull our son right up to tables to eat with us, so we don’t need a separate high chair. The pram was easy to assemble and I’ve had so many people stop me to comment on how stylish and functional it looks. Overall a really great purchase - I can’t rave enough about how much we love our Ant!

    • 5
      Amazing product

      Posted by JAK on Sep 2nd 2019

      Traveled to South Africa and the Ant was a life saver on the plane and travelling around

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