Best double strollers of 2020

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Double strollers are amazingly helpful: Some hold two children side by side, while others hold one in front, one in back, and sometimes a third as well. To find the top five double strollers recommended by parents, we combed through threads from moms and dads in the our site Community and added our own research and experience. Here are the our site Love It winners for the best double strollers.

  • Double stroller basics

    What you need to know

    When thinking about buying a double stroller, start by considering the two main types: tandem and side by side. Tandem strollers are made to fit two kids in one stroller with one in the front and one in the back. The width of the stroller is usually the same as a stroller for one child, which makes it easier to get through doors and handle crowded sidewalks. Some tandem strollers can even accommodate three children with the addition of accessories like a bench seat or standing platform.

    Side-by-side strollers, on the other hand, fit two children seated next to each other. Many double jogging strollers are designed this way for increased safety and stability while running. Side-by-side strollers are wider and sometimes heavier than tandem strollers. But because they aren't as long, they're usually easier to turn and maneuver.

    Most double strollers work for children at several different stages, from newborn to preschooler. But double-check that the stroller you choose will work for your family. If you have twin babies, you'll need a double stroller that can hold two infant car seats. But if you have a toddler and a newborn, you'll want one that can accommodate both an infant and a toddler, and later, a toddler and a preschooler. (Or perhaps a toddler, preschooler, and newborn if that's your plan!)

    The following double strollers are the five most recommended by our site parents and one chosen by our site editors. All are good choices in terms of features, looks, and ease of use – and they're the our site Love It winners for the best 2020 double strollers.

  • Quick look

    The best double strollers

    Parents' Picks - recommended by parents

    Double Strollerour site Rating
    Joovy Caboose Graphite Stand On Tandem Stroller

    Most recommended

    Graco Modes Duo Double Stroller

    Most recommended

    Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double

    Highly recommended

    Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller

    Highly recommended

    Contours Curve Tandem Double Stroller

    Highly recommended

    Editors' Choice - chosen by our site Editors

    Double strollerour site Rating
    Bob Revolution Flex 3.0 DuallieMost recommended
  • Joovy Caboose Graphite Stand On Tandem Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The Joovy Caboose is the lightest double stroller on our list by far. It's also compact, maneuverable, and relatively inexpensive. The Caboose Graphite is designed for a baby and older sibling, with room for an infant car seat in the front and a rear seat and platform in the back so toddlers and older kids can sit or stand. The rear seat is a bench seat that faces back toward you, but you can buy a full, forward-facing second seat as an add-on if you prefer. We love that the Joovy comes with a reclining front seat and a built-in snack tray. Plus, the front seat has a universal car seat adapter, so it will hold almost any infant car seat.

    Heads up

    This Joovy doesn't have the option to add a third seat – for that, you'll need the Joovy Qool. Also, it can't accommodate two infant car seats, so it's not the stroller for you if you have twin babies. Finally, if you want the parent organizer, you'll have to buy it separately.

    Parents say

    "I just got my Joovy Caboose Graphite, and so far I'm loving it. I have a Safety 1st infant car seat in the front, and I still have plenty of room for my 2-year-old to sit in the back. The stroller moves easily and it's not too heavy."

    "I got a Joovy almost seven years ago and I still love it. It folds up so small."

    "I have a Joovy Caboose and it's so easy to open, close, and push."

    "We have the Joovy Caboose. It's really lightweight and folds to fit in a small car trunk. It worked well with my kids even though my oldest was about 2 at the time. I was worried he was too small for the 'back seat,' but it was fine."


    • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 41.5 x 21.5 x 37 inches
    • Stroller dimensions (folded): 10.5 x 21.5 x 41.5 inches
    • Stroller weight: 28.5 pounds
    • Can accommodate up to 90 pounds (45 on each seat)

    Available at Amazon starting at $139.99

  • Graco Modes Duo Double Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The Graco Modes double stroller is a solid choice, especially for families with twins or two children close in age. It has two full seats with harnesses for toddlers and preschoolers. Both the front and rear seats have multi-position recline and can face forward or backward for different views. You can remove one or both seats to snap in up to two Graco SnugRide Click-Connect infant car seats. Big kids also have the option of using the built-in bench seat and standing platform. We love the one-handed standing fold, the five cup holders, and the removable, washable harness straps.

    Heads up

    The Duo is the heaviest stroller on our list. And some parents say it's unpleasantly loud when pushed on anything but a smooth surface ("like a garbage truck coming down the street"). Also, be aware that this stroller is for two kids max.

    Parents say

    "I use the Graco Modes for my 2-year-old and 2-month old. I have a tiny Hyundai Accent and I can fit it in my trunk when I take the front seat off and stack it on top."

    "I love this stroller. My 4-and-a-half-year-old still fits in a seat but prefers the bench."


    • Stroller dimensions: 46 x 25.5 x 45 inches
    • Stroller weight: 42 pounds
    • Can accommodate up to 100 pounds (50 in each seat)

    Available at Amazon starting at $269.99

  • Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double

    Our site Parents' Pick

    Like the Graco Modes, the Baby Trend Sit N Stand is a very adaptable double stroller that works well for all kinds of families, including those with twins and children close in age. You can use this double stroller with two infant car seats (it accepts Baby Trend car seats, as well as most other major car seat brands). It also offers two toddler seats with harnesses, as well as a bench seat that bigger kids can use to sit or stand. The Baby Trend comes with a swing-away child tray and included cup holder, as well as a parent console with a cover and cup holders. The one-handed fold is the real deal and makes transporting this stroller super simple.

    Heads up

    The storage basket for this stroller is located under the front seat and in front of the standing platform, which means if you have a child sitting in the back or using the platform, it's not very accessible. Also, this stroller is for two children max and has a lower weight limit than some of the other double strollers on this list.

    Parents say

    "I have this stroller and love it so far. My 3-year-old likes it because he can sit in the back and get in and out of the stroller easily."

    "I just got the Sit N Stand – my first will be 23 months old when the baby is born. For the price, I'm happy with it. The only thing I don't like is that the undercarriage storage is next to impossible to access."

    "It's been fabulous, especially for going to the zoo, park, mall, etc. Our 3-year-old loves being able to get up when he wants and tends to walk a lot now, but we'll use it for the littles – there will be 18 months between Baby 2 and Baby 3."

    "My trusty Sit N Stand has held up through four kids, countless walks, and years of abuse pushing it uphill on dirt roads. I love it, and for the price it can't be beat!"


    • Stroller dimensions: 49 x 21.5 x 43 inches
    • Stroller weight: 32.5 pounds
    • Stroller can accommodate up to 80 pounds (40 in each seat)

    Available at Amazon starting at $169.99

  • Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    If you like Chicco car seats and tons of storage, this is a good pick. The Cortina Together holds two Chicco infant car seats, or configured without the car seats it has two forward-facing, reclining seats with their own canopies for comfort. The storage on this stroller is our favorite part – the oversize under-basket is easily accessible from the back, even with the kids loaded up, and has a zippered panel to keep valuables safe.

    Heads up

    Some parents say the Cortina is difficult to maneuver and especially hard to steer around corners.

    Parents say

    "After going through tons of reviews for weeks, we finally went with the Chicco Keyfit 30 car seats and the Chicco Cortina Together double stroller for our twins. We're happy so far."

    "It's easy to fold and unfold, the storage basket has plenty of room, and the rear seat has more leg room than expected. It's easy to maneuver, and the wheel brakes are easy to engage. I like the fact that the front bar comes off and can be interchanged with dual cupholders that come with the stroller. The parent bar doesn't have a lot of storage, but it's not a big deal to me. Overall, I'm happy with the Cortina Together and recommend it."


    • Stroller dimensions (folded): 47.75 x 23.5 x 16.75 inches
    • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 47.25 x 23.5 x 45.5 inches
    • Stroller weight: 34 pounds
    • Can accommodate up to 90 pounds

    Available at Amazon starting at $212.97

  • Contours Curve Tandem Double Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    Not only does this beauty look like a dream, it moves like one too. The Contours Curve Tandem has extra wheels (a total of six) to make its signature 360-degree turning smooth and easy. Parents who frequent busy areas and urban sidewalks will appreciate its curb-assist feature and tight turn radius for navigating crowds and small spaces. You can use this stroller with two infant car seats (you'll have to buy the brand-specific car seat adapter separately), or big kids up to 40 pounds in each seat. We love that the seats can be swiveled to face each other, or face forward or backward. Also, the seats are water-resistant and wipe clean.

    Heads up

    In addition to the steep price tag, you may end up paying for add-on accessories including a bassinet, car seat adaptors, and child cup holders.

    Parents say

    "I'm really liking the Contours Curve Double! It's a bit pricey, but I really like that it seems more compact and that the two littles will be able to face each other at some point."

    "My son will be 18 months old when this new babe arrives, so I just bought the Contours Curve! I like it!"


    • Stroller dimensions (folded): 25 x 23 x 39 inches
    • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 25 x 51 x 41 inches
    • Stroller weight: 39 pounds
    • Can accommodate up to 80 pounds (40 pounds in each seat)

    Available at Amazon starting at $599.99

  • BOB Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie

    Our site Editors' Choice

    BOB strollers are a pleasure to push and maneuver thanks to their large, air-filled tires, superior suspension, and lightweight frame. And while double jogging strollers can feel massive and bulky, the BOB 3.0 is lighter than many tandem strollers and narrow enough to fit through most doorways. It also meets Disney size requirements. The BOB is compatible with a wide range of infant car seats (though adapters are sold separately) and has generous, extended sun canopies to keep kids comfortable. Parents appreciate the generous cargo basket and storage pockets, plus the adjustable handlebar.

    Heads up

    The seats on the BOB sit up or lean back together (they can't be reclined independently), which may be frustrating if one child wants to rest and the other wants to take in the sights. Also, this stroller is a bit tricky to fold and takes two hands. Finally, you'll pay extra for the infant car seat adapters, parent console, and child snack trays.

    Editors' say

    "A BOB double stroller was worth the splurge for our family because it made it so much easier to get out on a walk or jog when our kids were small. We used ours for 10 years and then sold it, so it was a good investment. The 3.0 has all the excellent BOB features but is less wide, heavy, and bulky."


    • Stroller weight: 33.1 pounds
    • Stroller dimensions (folded): 40 x 30.5 x 17.5 inches
    • Can accommodate up to 100 pounds (50 pounds in each seat)

    Available at Amazon starting at $699.99

  • Watch the video: TOP 4: Best Double Stroller 2020 (September 2022).


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