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Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger, Centennial


An all-terrain double stroller is a fantastic way to combat many of the issues that arise from travelling with two kids. These rough and tough strollers can fit two children comfortably without being unbearably heavy, and can take on a variety of surfaces, from cracked city sidewalks to hiking trails and beach walks.

Not all strollers are created equal, and finding the right fit for your family can be a struggle of research, time, and complicated returns. We’ve been working to find the best all-terrain double stroller without bursting a budget, and we were quickly drawn to the Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger. After thorough tests and trials, we’ve compiled this Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger Review. We’ve put the best and worst about this stroller out on the table—read and see if this stroller is a good fit for your family.

Overview

Parenting on a budget with one child can be difficult, and with two or more kids, it can be near impossible. Finding reliable and simplistic alternatives to the fancy and expensive models with all the bells and whistles can be difficult, but this stroller pulls it off. This side-by-side stroller has a singular front wheel, which allows for maneuverability while unlocked and a smooth and easy ride when locked. The all-terrain feature isn’t messing around—it took on hiking trails like a champ. It’s incredibly durable and secure for the low cost.

Benefits

The five-point harness keeps children snug and safe in the comfortable padded seats. We thought the speaker hook-up was a unique touch and jogging while blasting music directly through the stroller was fun and motivational.  We also loved how the seats can recline independently of each other; one kid could sleep while the other was sitting upright. It was easy to fold and unfold on the go. There’s lots of storage space under the stroller, which is split into two divided smaller sections for easy compartmentalization. We weren’t sure at first, but we ended up really liking this feature as we could split up snacks, activities, and toys for each kid in separate sections, so we wouldn’t have to dig through to find the goldfish instead of the apple slices. The handlebar also has its own small cubby just the right size for a phone, keys, and wallet, which was very convenient for jogging without a bulky purse. The stroller was light enough to carry up and down stairs repeatedly, and it fits into a SUV trunk.

Specifications

This stroller runs 49 inches by 21.5 inches by 43 inches. It weighs an easy 25 pounds, and can carry up to 100 pounds of combined weight before starting to struggle. The wheels are actually bicycle tires, measuring 12 inches in the front and 16 inches for each back wheel, providing an easy all-terrain ride.

The canopy is adjustable through several different positions, and a peek-a-boo window can be used when the canopy is extended or covered for full sun protection. We adored the independent adjustability of the seats; being able to have each kid at different settings was great for keeping the peace and allowing kids to fall asleep as easily as possible. The stroller is easy to fold, and after a few run-throughs, we could smoothly unfold it with a single hand. It’s one of the most lightweight all-terrain double strollers we’ve tested, and easy to carry from car to home and even easy enough to carry up the stairs. Other than a small wobble in the front wheel when it was unlocked at higher speeds, the stroller was secure and strong. The bike tires were helpful for absorbing shocks in the road and pushing through rough terrain. Our kids seemed snug and comfortable, and the padded seats helped keep them secure.

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • This stroller is amazingly high-quality for an affordable price.
  • The independently adjustable seats were great for letting one kid sleep and the other sit up.
  • The bicycle tires allowed for great all-terrain adaptability.
  • The sectioned off storage space helped us keep snacks and toys separate for each kid.
  • The speaker hook-up was fun and unique!

Cons

  • When unlocked, the front wheel can shake a bit during jogging after a few uses; the problem is eliminated by locking the front wheel.
  • The brakes take a little while to get used to, and are difficult to operate quickly.

The Verdict

The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger is an amazing choice for the family on a budget. It has everything needed for an all-terrain double stroller without the expensive bells and whistles, and is incredibly durable and secure.

If you’ve read our Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger Review and want to learn more, check out the amazon page here.

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