All-terrain double strollers are generally big and hefty — though some of them come in a more compact size. They weigh from 27-40 lbs (heavy!) and typically run north of $400. Most people buy them because of the super duper smooooooth ride and easy steering that air-filled tires give you – mmmm, like butter.
That said, if you don’t need the off-road capability of an all-terrain stroller, you can save some money (and weight!) and get a regular side by side stroller.
The strollers on this page are generally not for running/jogging (except maybe for the Baby Trend Expedition); you’ll find those on the next page, Best Double Jogging Strollers.
Here are the best all-terrain double strollers, listed from lowest to highest price. Click on a stroller name for the full review.
Best All-Terrain Double Strollers
$ – Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger ~ $199 – Economy Pick A popular economy (full sized) all-terrain/jogging stroller with air-filled tires. A good value for the price, but definitely has a lower build quality (front wheel can wobble). Hence, not an earnest distance jogger, but fine for bumbling around or casual jogging.
$$ – Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double ~ $599 – Top Pick; Compact Size Our favorite “compact, all-terrain” double side-by-side with “forever air” tires (no need to re-inflate them every other week). Super easy to fold, great features, taller seats, fabulous canopies. Note: not for jogging, despite the confusing name
$$$ – Valco Baby Neo Twin ~$599 – Top Pick; Lightweight Favorite The Neo Twin is one of the lightest full-featured side-by-side strollers on the market. Great features. Incredibly easy to fold and carry. Pricey. Not for jogging.
$$$ — Valco Baby Snap Duo ~$699 — Lightweight, Good for Travel Another incredibly lightweight lux and full-featured side-by-side with a simple fold, great maneuverability and storage. Awesome day-to-day and travel double stroller.
$$$ – Mountain Buggy Duet v3.2 ~$729 – Best for Tight Spaces The narrowest side-by-side double stroller on the market. Very maneuverable; can take 2 infant car seats. Use Joey Shopping Bag when in singles mode. Not for jogging.
$$$ – Bumbleride Indie Twin ~ $799 – Luxury Pick Beautiful eco-friendly stroller with excellent storage, suspension, ease of pushing, usability and folding/ locking. Great for twin parents and parents of kids close in age. Could be used for casual jogging.
$$$$ – Bugaboo Donkey3 ~ $1,299+ — Versatile Pick Available in mono, duo and twin versions. An innovative “convertible” side-by-side (can be single or double width) with a nice ride, a sharp look, and good storage. Downsides: smaller seats, VERY cumbersome fold. Large “folded footprint.” Not for jogging.