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Experts Tell Us the Best Double Strollers For Travel

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Double Stroller For Travel. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Joovy Kooper X2 Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Zac Houghton from Loftera Limited

The Joovy Kooper X2 Double Stroller is the best choice for travel. It has a compact fold, car seat compatibility, and weighs only 27 pounds. It’s made for comfort and real life with full access storage baskets and a removable bumper bar. The one-hand, standing fold makes it easy to fold when you’re on the go. This stroller can accommodate 2 children from birth to 50 lbs each, making it the perfect balance of value and quality.

Mountain Buggy Nano Duo Buggy

This product was recommended by Julie from Family Trips and Travels

The Mountain Buggy Nano Duo Buggy is a perfect double stroller for travel. The stroller is lightweight coming in at only 20lbs. This is a side by side compact stroller which makes it small enough to still fit in doorways. The stroller is car seat compatible for infants and has a deep recline for toddlers to nap in. Even with its compact size there is still plenty of storage space underneath the stroller to fit all necessities while out and about. The stroller folds into a compact fold that also comes with a carry strap making it easy to quickly pick up and bring through airplanes or other transportation.

Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 All-Terrain Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Liesel Teen from Mommy Labor Nurse

I have 2 kids under the age of 5 and have tried multiple different double strollers. I finally landed on the City Mini GT2 and it has blown the other double strollers out of the water. This stroller is a side-by-side one, which allows for easy pushing even in the toughest of terrains. I take it on long walks, through more wooded areas, strawberry picking in the spring, and to the pumpkin patch in the fall. It is super smooth on concrete, but it really shines on bumpier terrain. It glides easily over grass, roots, sticks, and stones. Another amazing feature is how compact it is! It is hard to find a double stroller that isn’t super wide and clunky. Baby jogger has really slim downed this stroller – it can go through a door with ease, making it particularly useful for travel. It’s pretty easy to fold and unfold, I can do it completely on my own with no help, even while managing 2 young kids. After giving this one a try, I actually ended up selling the other double strollers I had and now this is the only one I own.

Joovy Scooter X2 Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Chris Coleman from RV Talk

The Joovy double stroller is made of mainly nylon material, hence providing a strong and stable material for your children. Though it is a double stroller, it can fit through standard doors and can navigate through narrow checkout lines in airports. It also features an adjustable sunshade canopy to provide sun protection for your kids. Each of the seats can be reclined independently. It also has two removable snack trays perfect during feeding time.

Dream On Me Track Tandem Stroller

This product was recommended by Julien Raby from Thermo Gears

This double stroller features seats that can be reclined independently, with the front seat having one recline position while the rear seat with three recline positions. Both of the seats have a 5-point safety harness to secure your children’s safety while on the stroller. A large storage basket is also present underneath the chairs, perfect for organizing your things. It also features a large adjustable canopy for sun protection.

Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker

This ideal double stroller for travel is 31 inches wide and fully assembled. It’s a vast canopy to safeguard from UV light and a great peek-a-boo window, from where you can always watch your baby. Other highlighted features of this double stroller include a straightforward standing fold great for taking your kids on vacation. Its reclining seat offers a 5-point safety restraint system, accommodating a child up to 40 pounds per seat and maintaining comfort. As far as the baby’s comfort is concerned, this stroller contains a removable child tray with dual cup holders, a parent tray with two cup holders, and a juice box holder.

Delta Children LX Side-by-Side Stroller

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

This inexpensive double umbrella stroller is only 18 lbs (!!) and is perfect for travel. It folds neatly and compactly, features two hanging storage bags and two-parent cupholders on each seat, and each seat has a 5-point safety belt but lacks a sunshade (very small).

Jeep PowerGlyde Plus Side x Side Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Michelle Walker from My Spiritual Guidance

This is the greatest lightweight and easy-glide stroller on the market. It was simple to put together, and the two cupholders are a great feature. It is very well made and easy to collapse. I’d buy it again in a heartbeat!

Evenflo Pivot Xplore All-Terrain Stroller Wagon

This product was recommended by Sally Stevens from FastPeopleSearch

This stroller wagon is amazing! My husband and I are not easily impressed and this is worth every penny so far. I did hours of research before deciding on the Pivot Explore. Its perfect not only for our two kids but also for our groceries. Its so easy to handle and stores easily in the car. We have improvised and even placed a storage box at the feet area to level it so the kids can sleep. And they sleep very well in it.

Bugaboo Donkey 5 Complete Mono & Duo Stroller

This product was recommended by Shannon Bernadin from The African Garden

After I had my second was born, my husband and I still wanted to be able to get out and travel so finding a stroller that was going to be able to carry our youngest and 2 year old was very important. We looked around for a while before we finally came to the conclusion that the Bugaboo Donkey 5 is the best double stroller (in general) but also is smaller and lighter than you expect and collapses down nicely if you want to travel by car, or by plane. It’s quite an investment but will last us a long time and is certainly worth it.

Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Chiara Gomiero from Handy Wine Guide

If you need a lightweight and ultra-compact one-hand fold double stroller, look no further. This double stroller weighs 10.5 kg or 23.2 lbs and can be used from birth with additional carrycot attachments to ensure a flat surface. Each stroller seat holds up to 15 kg or 33 lbs, it’s durable and easy to use and carry.

Summer Infant 3DPac CS+ Double Stroller

This product was recommended by Chiara Gomiero from Handy Wine Guide

This is a very popular double stroller in the USA as it is practical, super lightweight with 8.6 kg or 19 lbs, meets the Disney stroller requirements, and can be gate-checked on American Airlines. It’s easy to fold and each seat holds up to 20 kg or 45 lbs, has a generous sun canopy, and comes with a lot of accessories.

UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from AutoInsureSavings

It’s hard to beat the UPPAbaby Vista V2 for travel. You can fold it using just one hand, which is one of its best features, especially when traveling alone with children and needing to hold a child and fold a stroller simultaneously. Another advantage of this stroller is its versatility. It can go from an infant basinet-style stroller to a double-seated stroller, and you can even purchase a standing platform to add a toddler to the setup. The stroller folds up compactly and will fit in a trunk easily along with your luggage, so you won’t have to worry about holding your suitcases in your lap to make room for the stroller.

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