the all-terrain Stokke® Trailz
pushchair built for adventure

available in the new and exclusive Nordic blue

Stokke MyCarrier

superior ergonomics
and adjustability for
ultimate comfort


car seats and carriers



about Stokke

Established in Norway in 1932, with the vision "in the best interest of the child", Stokke have been designing children's furniture and nursery equipment for over 80 years. Focusing on ergonomics, Stokke products are as functional as they are unique. Stokke are committed to putting children first, with products that are designed to encourage child development and to strengthen the bonds between parents and children through visual interaction. From the best-selling Stokke Xplory stroller, first launched in 2010, to the timeless, award winning Tripp Trapp chair launched in 1972, you can be safe in the knowledge that your little one is safe, secure and supported with Stokke. The compact, lightweight Stokke Scoot stroller is the perfect choice for urban families on the go with its easy to fold one handed mechanism and height adjustable handle. The Stokke Crusi stroller is suitable from birth to 15kg and allows your baby to sit close to you, either facing you or facing outwards. The innovative Stokke Sleepi is the convertible nursery bed that grows with your child. With 4 stages, from 6 months to 4 years, their first bed becomes their second, third and even their fourth. When you're out and about in the car a Stokke car seat will provide all the safety and security your little one needs, in a lightweight, comfortable and ergonomic design. A Stokke MyCarrier can be worn in 3 different positions and is a comfortable, secure and natural way to carry your baby. For bath time choose a Stokke Flexi Bath. Suitable from birth to four years this folding bath makes storage and travel easy and promotes shared bath time bonding moments. Choose a Stokke Dresser in white, natural or walnut to build their nursery and add a Stokke Care changing station – the innovative design that turns into a desk, bookshelf and TV stand as they grow.