Double the trouble means double the products… or does it? When it comes to strollers, you can’t really push two of them around at once. This means if you are expecting multiples or simply adding to your crew, you will need a double stroller. Below you will find a list of the best double strollers that fit every kind of family’s needs.
There are tons of wonderful options out there with all kinds of different configurations, sweet accessories, and styles to match your life. We have broken strollers down into three categories; strollers for daily use, double umbrella strollers, and double joggers. We are pretty confident that somewhere in this list you will find your perfect match.
Make sure to keep in mind:
- A lighter stroller will be easiest to push
- Think about whether you would prefer a side by side double stroller, in-line stroller, or convertible stroller (it’s really just a personal preference!)
- Take into account the different configurations as some strollers work best for multiples and others work better for a toddler and baby
- Make sure the stroller you pick is compatible with the car seat you plan on using or holds a universal car seat adapter
- Pay close attention to how the strollers fold if you have a compact car or if you will need to store the stroller in a small place
Best Double Strollers for Day-to-Day Use
If you’re looking for a double stroller that fits all your needs, from grocery shopping to off-the-beaten-path hikes, the Baby Jogger City Mini GT is the one for you.
It is easy to maneuver side-by-side stroller and, get this, it fits through standard doorways! The wheel suspension is great and they are built to last. Plus, the hand brake is super user-friendly. Speaking of user friendly, this Baby Jogger stroller uses a one-step quick fold technology. Trust me, having a stroller that is easy to fold is a HUGE perk.
The seats recline to an almost flat position, which is great for naps on the go. Another huge bonus is that the seat backs are longer and can accommodate a taller older child, so this stroller will likely last you as long as your kids will even want to sit in it. When they’re done sitting in the stroller, add a glider board on the back so they can ride along instead.
Important to note: The Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double Stroller can hold either a car seat or the City Mini 2 Double Pram in 1 of the seats. This means it isn’t ideal for newborn twins.
- Price: $699.99
- Stroller Weight: 43 lbs
- Age Range: Maximum weight capacity 100 lbs total (49.5 lbs per seat)
UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller – The Best Convertible Double Stroller
You seriously get the best of both worlds with this stroller; it is lightweight, has all the accessories you could ever want, and is so easy to convert into whatever you need it to be.
The stroller even comes with a bassinet seat equipped with proper ventilation and depth for overnight sleep. This makes the Vista V2 great for travel!
To make this stroller a double, you have a couple of different stroller seat configuration options. You can add the RumbleSeat accessory which will create 2 toddler seats, like a traditional double stroller. Add on 1 car seat adapter and you will have a toddler seat and car seat OR add on 2 car seat adapters to create a double stroller for newborns.
Just wait, there is even more. The Vista can even hold a 3rd child with the Piggyback Ride-Along Board attachment, which allows a walker to hop on for a ride. This stroller has an answer for every scenario on top of being slick and modern in looks.
- Price: $1,099.99 + $219.99 for the RumbleSeat V2 addition
- Stroller Weight: 28 lbs as a single stroller, but varies depending on attachments
- Age Range: Newborn up to 50 lbs, dependent on attachments
Joovy Caboose Ultralight – Top Budget Friendly Pick
Joovy took their original stroller and kept all the sturdiness and versatility, but lost 4 lbs to create the Joovy Caboose Ultralight. This makes it one of the lightest double strollers on the market!
Just like with the Vista V2 above, there are a couple of different ways to configure this stroller. As it comes, it is technically a sit-and-stand stroller but has a built-in bench seat on the back for your toddler. However, you can purchase a full-sized rear seat add-on.
This stroller is honestly just very easy to use. I find that it folds up easily and is small enough to fit in most car trunks. It’s got great storage and organization built in. It also reclines all the way back for nap time, which is great because we all know that missing nap time can turn ugly real quick.
- Price: $275
- Stroller Weight: 22 lbs (WOW!)
- Age Range: Up to 90 lbs
The Chicco Cortina Together will be a great double stroller for your family if you are looking for something on a budget. It’s reasonably priced and grows with your family, from infant car seats to some of the tallest stroller seats that exist in a double stroller making it comfortable for older children.
We love the large storage basket that can be zippered shut. It folds up fairly well but isn’t the best in the game. The shades are also a bit disappointing, but these are small sacrifices to make when you consider the lower cost. The stroller is still made of high-quality materials and will surely get the job done.
- Price: ~$320
- Stroller Weight: 34 lbs
- Age Range: Up to 40 lbs in each seat
Baby Trend kept mama in mind when they finally made a double stroller with a snack tray and cup holder not only for each child but for you as well! The huge basket is perfect for storing pretty much anything else.
This stroller can have two seats or the back can be switched out to a standing platform. It is a great option for parents who think their child will be growing out of a seat soon but may want to add it back on for particularly long trips.
You can easily fold this stroller with one hand because with two kiddos you’re too bust to be fiddling with a stroller!
- Price: ~$180
- Stroller Weight: 32.5 lbs
- Age Range: Newborn (with the car seat attachment) to 2.5 years old or 40 lbs
We know that the name of this stroller has probably already caught your attention, and we are here to assure you it will actually be a much smoother ride than one from a donkey.
This is the perfect day-to-day double stroller if you need something narrow but sturdy and capable of converting into different configurations. It is one of the few double strollers that won’t leave you worrying about fitting through doorways or aisles. Say hello to all those errands you’ve been missing!
You can attach two bassinets, two seats, or one of each. The seats can also face forwards or backward, just in case someone needs a little extra attention.
It is not the easiest stroller to fold up, but if it’s something you use every day you might not even need to get into that.
- Price: $1,499
- Stroller Weight: 27 lbs
- Age Range: Newborn to 50 pounds
Double Umbrella Strollers for Travel and Quick Trips
If you are looking for an umbrella stroller for daily use or for travel that will last you through the years, the UPPAbaby G-Link is worth a look. It is safe for babies from 3 months up to 55 lbs per seat.
For an umbrella stroller, it has got great maneuverability and is easy to steer. Plus, it is very lightweight and folds up so well. It even has a carry handle making it easy to carry around when folded up.
Stroller Weight: 22.3 lbs
Age Range: 3 months to 55 lbs per seat
This is a great choice if you are shopping for a double stroller that is easy and straightforward. The front swivel wheels and adjustable handlebar make it a breeze to push around.
The seats do recline and have a 5-point harness, which makes the stroller suitable for younger babies as well as toddlers.
Stroller Weight: 26.5 lbs
Age Range: Up to 40 lbs and 35″ tall
This is the ultimate stroller for on-the-go families and for traveling. It is lightweight, folds up and down quickly, and has all the bells and whistles (cup holders, adjustable footrests, belly bars, and a canopy with UPF 50+).
It can even expand to hold 3 or 4 kiddos. And an extra fun fact, this is known to be THE BEST stroller for Disney.
Stroller Weight: 19 lbs
Age Range: 45 lbs per seat
Bang for your buck is what this double umbrella stroller will get you. At just around $100, this super lightweight stroller is a favorite of many parents. The seats recline just enough to get comfy and there is a little bit of a canopy to shade your kiddo from the sun.
It’s pretty easy to maneuver and compact. Hello, grocery store aisle! Hello, theme parks!
Stroller Weight: 18.3 lbs
Age Range: Up to 36 months, 70 lbs maximum weight
This is another really well-priced stroller making it worth checking out. It’s especially great if you are making this purchase in addition to your other stroller.
There are two big cons here; there is no 5 point harness (only 3) and there’s no storage basket. Besides those things, it has pretty much everything else going for it. The seats recline a bit, it’s easy to maneuver and transport and the canopies are pretty large.
Stroller Weight: 22.8 lbs
Age Range: 1-4 years old
Always dreamed of having a Jeep? Well, here’s your chance (at the stroller edition anyways).
With great storage pockets, footrests, the option to recline the seats, cup holders, and extendable sun visors that have UPF 50+ protection; this stroller will keep your little ones comfortable no matter what adventure your day holds.
Stroller Weight: 27.17 lbs
Age Range: 9 months up to 35 lbs per seat
Best Double Jogger
It’s pricey, but with that price comes the ease of jogging and maneuvering a pretty awesome stroller.
It has plenty of storage, is comfortable for you to push and for your kids to ride in, and passed all the safety tests with flying colors. Added little bonus; it’s also meant for all terrains making this a great double jogging stroller for moms who enjoy being outside.
- Price: $750
- Stroller Weight: 33.1 lbs
- Age Range: Birth to 50 lbs per seat
This double jogging stroller is pretty much top-of-the-line and it is stylish which is a huge plus. It has a ton of storage and zippered pockets so you won’t lose anything. It also has mesh pocket cup holders inside for your little ones which are rare for joggers (it’s the little things right?).
This double jogger’s only downfall is that it isn’t great for off-roading so maybe not the choice for hikers.
- Price: $239.99
- Stroller Weight: 32 lbs
- Age Range: 3 months to 45 lbs per seat
The thing that makes this stroller unique is that it can hold 1 infant car seat, so it’s a great option for mamas of 2 who prefer a jogger stroller.
It’s obviously not meant for you to jog with the infant car seat, but once your baby is old enough for the regular seat it’s perfect for a jog or just running errands.
For runners, one of the best features is that it includes a hand brake for speed control on hills.
- Price: $849.95
- Stroller Weight: 34.25 lbs
- Age Range: Maximum capacity of 100 lbs total
This double jogging stroller is well worth the price tag. It’s compact when folded, so you can fit it anywhere it needs to go including small trunk spaces. This stroller offers tons of storage space and is super comfy for your kiddos.
As for safety, the five-point harness will make you feel comfortable that your babies aren’t going anywhere.
As long as you make sure the tires are full and this bad boy is a piece of cake to push around.
- Price: $869
- Stroller Weight: 36 lbs
- Age Range: From birth with lowest recline seat settings (no other attachments required), Bassinet, or Car Seat – Up to 90 lbs combined weight
This double jogging stroller is a super affordable option coming in right around $250.
While the materials are a little lower quality and there are reviews of a little wiggle in the wheels, it’s super lightweight and easy to maneuver. Plus, you can always have someone handy take a look at a wobbly wheel to tighten it or put more air in.
- Price: $249.99
- Stroller Weight: 25 lbs
- Age Range: maximum of 90 lbs total
Frequently Asked Questions
What double stroller is best?
The Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 double stroller is our top choice. It is a double stroller that will fit all your needs, from grocery shopping to off the beaten path hikes.
Is a double stroller really necessary?
When it comes to strollers, you can’t really push two of them around at once. This means if you are expecting multiples or simply adding to your crew and plan on ever leaving the house, you are going to need a double stroller.
What age are double strollers for?
Double strollers can accommodate a wide range of ages. Some can accommodate newborns because they have attachments for newborn car seats or recline fully back all the way, and others like sit and stand strollers work for older kiddos.
What is the best double stroller to travel with?
Here are some great options:
Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double Stroller
UPPAbaby G-Link 2
Zoe The Twin+
UPPAbaby Vista V2
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