Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds will soon be pushing a double stroller. As will Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling. Meg Collins, editor of Lucie’s List, for new and expectant parents, rounds up the top five prams built for two.
Contours Options Elite ($299)
“This is a versatile tandem stroller that offers seven different seating positions, including dual rear-facing,” Collins tells Us Weekly. The model boasts ample storage, large canopies and the ability to hold two car seats, which is a must for parents of twins. Raves the pro: “You get a lot of bang for your buck.”
UPPABaby G-Link ($499)
The brand favored by Zooey Deschanel and Jennifer Love Hewitt now offers a double version of their bestselling G-Luxe umbrella stroller — and it weighs just 24 pounds. Collins’ favorite features: the lay-flat recline for newborns, the 50-pound weight limit per seat, oversized canopies and high-performance wheels.
“The easy fold, all-terrain tires, extra-tall seats, adjustable handlebar and convenient handbrake make this stroller the best of all worlds,” says Collins.
Phil & Ted’s Voyager ($849)
The New Zealand-based company just rolled out this extra-maneuverable modular stroller. “Modular means the main seat can face front or rear,” explains the California-based mother of two, “and with just a few snaps and zips, both the main seat and the second seat can morph into bassinets, which is great for twins.”
Bugaboo Donkey ($1,885)
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky cart their twins Tristan and Sasha, 2, in the ultra-luxe pram. “The Donkey has two modular seats, either of which can face forward or rear, which is unheard of in the world of side-by-sides,” says Collins. “And the adjustable width means it can be used as a single or a double stroller.”
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