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The Stoke Xplory V5 is the fifth generation is the fourth generation of the unique high-end stroller and the best-known Stokke model, released at the end of 2016/beginning of 2017. The iconic design with the single bar in the center of the chassis, the height-adjustable seat and the bag form of the shopping basket divides opinions and makes the Xplory the most popular as well as the most condemned urban stroller. The V5 version features the new, lighter yet sturdier black wheels in black with denser spokes. The Stokke Xplory V5 was also released in Athleisure collection (Athletics + Leisure). This collection features a sporty design with high-tech, quick-dry fabrics and an extended mesh hood on the carrycot as well as on the seat.

The bucket seat is reversible, can be used as parent or forward-facing. You have three recline options when the seat is parent facing - upright, semi-reclined and a lie flat, and two positions - upright and semi-reclined way when forward-facing. When not reclined, the seat is very upright. The foot rest does not lift up, but its length can be adjusted. The seat is suitable for children approximately 6 months of age and older, however, using the optional newborn insert, it can be used from birth. You can put your newborn in the original, sold-separately Xplory carrycot divided in the baby’s feet area, or in an optional car seat. The stroller can be personalized by using seat textile kits (Style Kits) including the summer kit with a sun visor or the insulated winter kit with fur, as well as various other accessories.


pram, stroller, 2in1 stroller system, 3in1 stroller system, chassis
Weight (in kg)
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
99 × 57 × 34
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
105 × 30 × 55
Brand origin
Chassis material
aluminum, plastic
Maximum seat load (in kg)
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 36
Reversible seat
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