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Road Test: Parent-approved double strollers

Twice-as-nice strollers that offer double the fun.

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By your side

Cosatto Supa Dupa, $500
“The incredibly cute Supa Dupa delivers in the practicality department. The seats recline almost flat, so they can accommodate newborns, and a ‘multimedia gadget pocket’ in each canopy (plus speakers!) makes it easy to entertain the babes with music, photos or videos.”

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Room to grow

UPPAbaby VISTA, $840; RumbleSeat, $170
“The VISTA has every feature I could even think to want, and it can be used for one baby or two with the addition of a RumbleSeat. There are seemingly endless combinations—facing in, facing out, bassinet, car seat and more—and the options make it easy to appease my kids in any situation.”

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Compact parking

Summer Infant 3Dtwo, $200
“Double strollers are known for being kind of unwieldy, but the 3Dtwo is an exception. The ‘stadium-style seating’ keeps things streamlined, and the folded stroller is incredibly small. It’s a convenience stroller that’s ideal for quick jaunts and tight quarters.”

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Hitch a ride

Joovy Caboose Ultralight, $250
“Thanks to its bench seat and built-in standing platform, the Caboose Ultralight gives big brother a spot to take a load off but doesn’t entail the bulk of a traditional double. In other words, he’s happy and so are we. I’m also obsessed with the neoprene parent organizer on the handlebars.”

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Tricked out

Bugaboo Donkey, from $1,329
“The Donkey can transform from single stroller with a side storage basket to a double with just a few pulls and clicks. It’s magic! I can maneuver it one-handed—even when expanded—and the bassinet is amazing for diaper changes on the fly.”

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Follow the leader

Chicco Cortina Together, $300
“I love that the Cortina Together can take a car seat (in fact, it can take two, so it’s great for twins) and that I never have to worry about fitting through a doorway. There’s plenty of storage, and the stroller stands on its own when folded—yes!”

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Ready to run

BOBgear 2016 Revolution FLEX Duallie, $710
“As a runner, I’m a fan of the Revolution FLEX Duallie’s air-filled tires, two-stage suspension system and adjustable handlebar. But as a mom, I most appreciate the upright seats that recline with one hand, the huge UPF 50+ canopies and the ample storage basket.”