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Your big bulky travel system isn’t going to cut it if you plan on flying internationally.

Luckily there are lots great options to choose from.

In this guide we compare the best travel strollers for all types of travelers.

Whether you’re looking for the most compact umbrella stroller you can fit in the overhead bin, or the best lightweight stroller for people on a budget we’ve got you covered.

A good travel stroller isn’t just about getting you from A to B. Your stroller should give you plenty of storage options, somewhere for baby to nap on the go and shade to protect them.

If you’re still on the fence about traveling with a stroller, read on and you’ll find lots of information about the pros and cons and how to get through the airport and flight with a stroller.

10 Best Travel Strollers Reviewed

Best overall travel stroller – Zoe XL1 Travel Umbrella Stroller

Suitable for: 3 months to 50 pounds

The Zoe XL1 Travel Stroller is hands down our favorite all-around stroller for traveling. Not only is it lightweight, compact, and durable, it’s also super easy to maneuver and fold up.

The stroller is awesome for naps on the go due to its generous 165 degree recline and massive canopy/sunshade. Whether you’re shielding your little one from the rain, wind, or hot sun, the sunshade will keep them safe and protected from the elements while you’re out exploring your destination.

At only 11 pounds, it’s super lightweight, portable, and compact. We also love how easy it is to fold up; all you have to do is pull up on the seat handle (this can be done with one hand), and the stroller folds right in half for easy stowing and transport.

Unlike a lot of travel strollers–especially ones at this price point–the Zoe XL1 comes standard with several accessories, including a parent cup holder, a child cup holder, a child snack cup, and a belly bar.

The Zoe XL1 also has a ton of add-on accessories that you can buy separately. This allows you to customize the stroller to fit your specific travel plans and needs.

Optional accessories include:

  • A snap-on tandem seat for a second child (note that if you know you’ll want the extra seat, Zoe also makes a version of this stroller with a built-in tandem seat as well as a double version, called the XL2, which we cover later in this guide)
  • A parent console
  • A travel backpack/storage bag.
  • Single or double carry strap(s)
  • A rain and snow cover with built-in ventilation

Here is a quick overview of some of the pros and cons of the Zoe XL1:

What we like:

  • The enormous four-panel canopy/sunshade (with built-in peekaboo window) protects your little one from the sun and makes naptime super private and cozy.
  • The initial assembly is really quick and easy; all you have to do is pop the wheels on and you’re ready to go.
  • The accessories (both included and add-on) make the stroller super customizable.
  • The under seat basket is easy to access and has plenty of storage space.

What we don’t like:

  • The buckles on the harness aren’t the most intuitive to use. Once you figure them out though, this isn’t a huge deal.
  • In order to fit the stroller in most overhead bins, you have to remove the wheels and belly bar, which you then have to find another place for during the flight.

Overall, the Zoe XL1 is a great choice if you’re looking for a versatile, portable, lightweight, and affordable travel stroller to take with you on your adventures.

Best budget travel stroller – Summer Infant 3D Lite Convenience Stroller

View our full review.

Suitable for: Newborns to 50 pounds

If you’re on a budget, we recommend the Summer Infant 3D Travel Stroller. It comes with many of the most essential features (like a reclining seat and carry strap) at a lower price.

Although it’s a little on the heavier side compared to other travel strollers on the market, the Summer Infant 3D is still pretty lightweight and compact compared to normal strollers, and the carry strap makes it fairly easy to transport if you have to navigate stairs or rough terrain.

Like the Zoe XL1, the Summer Infant 3D comes with a reclining seat and adjustable canopy/sunshade. It’s also a great option for hiking trips or strolls over cobblestones, since it has sturdy, anti-shock wheels and a durable aluminum frame.

What we like:

  • Although not quite as light as the Zoe XL1, at just under 16 pounds, the Summer Infant 3D is still a lightweight and portable option.
  • The stroller’s frame and fabric are super durable and sturdy. It also comes with easy-to-maneuver anti-shock front wheels for a smooth ride.
  • The Summer Infant 3D’s handles are higher than you’d find on most strollers, making it easy for taller parents to push their little ones without having to hunch over.

What we don’t like:

  • The Summer Infant 3D’s strong, aluminum frame makes it super durable, but also a little heavier and larger than other travel options when folded up.
  • It’s a little trickier to fold and unfold than other options.

Although it’s not quite as lightweight and feature-rich as the Zoe XL1 Best v2, it’s still pretty easy to transport, comes with tons of storage, and is super sturdy and easy to maneuver over most terrain.

Best lightweight travel stroller – Pockit Lightweight Stroller

Suitable for: 6 months to 55 pounds

If your main concern is finding something super lightweight and easy to transport, the Pockit Lightweight Stroller may be just the thing you’re looking for.

Marketed as the “world’s smallest folding stroller,” the Pockit folds into an ultra-portable 11.8” x 7” x 13.8” shape and weighs less than 10 pounds!

Although the two-step folding mechanism can be a little tricky at first, once you get the hang of it, the Pockit is pretty easy to use and couldn’t be more convenient to transport and carry. It can even fit inside your diaper bag!

If you have a lot of luggage or extra items to carry, or if you anticipate carrying your child part of the time, the lightweight and compact design will definitely come in handy!

What we like:

  • The Pockit couldn’t be easier to transport! At only 9.5 pounds, it’s easy and convenient to carry, and its two-step folding system makes it super compact.
  • It’s fantastic for airports and flying. The stroller can easily be maneuvered around an airport and can even fit down the aisle on a plane (if the airline lets you carry it on).
  • Despite being so lightweight and compact, the stroller is relatively sturdy, durable, and strong. Its swivel-lock wheels rotate 360 degrees, and lock in place for added stability when parked. Although
  • you may want something a bit sturdier for really rough terrain, the Pockit will get the job done on city streets (including cobblestones) and in parks.

What we don’t like:

  • The Pockit doesn’t come with a carry strap, and can be a little tricky to fold and unfold until you get the hang of it.
  • Although it comes with a sun visor, it’s very small and won’t completely protect your little one from the sun and other elements. The stroller also doesn’t recline, so it might not be the best option for naps while you’re out and about.

Although it lacks some features you’ll find with other travel strollers, some of these can be added as attachments.

For example, if you think you’ll miss having a carry strap, you might consider purchasing a bike carry strap that you can easily attach to the stroller when it’s folded up. Or, depending on your destination and planned activities, you might want to invest in an attachable stroller sunshade to shield your little one from the sun while you explore the outdoors.

All in all, you can’t beat the Pockit if portability is your top priority.

Best travel stroller for newborns – Summer Infant 3Dflip Convenience Stroller

Suitable for: 5 to 50 pounds

If you’re traveling with a newborn, the Summer Infant 3Dflip Convenience Stroller is a great lightweight option that offers tons of flexibility and benefits without breaking the bank.

Our favorite feature is the reversible seat, which allows you to situate your baby in a forward facing or rear facing position.

In addition to being flippable, the seat offers 6 reclining positions (3 front facing and 3 rear facing). The stroller also comes with an adjustable canopy/sunshade with a built-in peekaboo window, allowing for convenient (and protected) infant naps on the go.

The seat’s orientation and recline, as well as the canopy, are all quick and easy to adjust and can be done one-handed, making on-the-go adjustments a breeze.

Although storage space is limited, the 3Dflip has two small pockets (one on each side of the stroller) which are perfect for storing your cell phone, keys, or other small items.

What we like:

  • It’s lightweight, compact, and easy to steer and push–perfect for maneuvering around crowded airports and narrow city streets.
  • The handle sits relatively high compared to most strollers, which is great for taller parents (no hunching over).
  • The built-in pillow offers excellent head support for infants.

What we don’t like:

  • The mesh basket under the seat is pretty small and difficult to access, especially when the seat is in the rear facing position.
  • The canopy is awesome when the seat is rear facing, but doesn’t fully cover your little one in the front facing position, which is kind of a bummer.

The reversible seat with built-in infant head support, along with lightweight, adjustable, and sturdy design make this our pick for the best newborn travel stroller.

Best premium travel stroller – UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller

Suitable for: 3 months (in full reclined position) to 55 pounds

UPPAbaby makes two great premium travel strollers (one with lots of luxury features, and one with a super lightweight, simple design).

Each has its advantages and disadvantages, so you’ll want to consider your destination and your individual travel needs when deciding which is the right option for you.

The UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller is our favorite full-feature premium travel stroller on the market.

If you have a little extra money to spend and want to invest in a luxury travel stroller with all the bells and whistles, this is a great option.

The stroller is relatively lightweight and portable at only 15 pounds. However, despite its lightweight design, the stroller is made with high-quality, durable materials that will last you a long time.

Unlike most travel strollers, the G-LUXE is suitable for a variety of terrains as it comes with 5.75” shock-absorbing wheels and a simple and straightforward one-step brake mechanism.

What we like:

  • The lightweight yet durable aluminum frame, tall handlebars, study wheels, and one-step brake make the G-LUXE super easy and safe to maneuver over nearly any terrain.
  • The stroller comes with a removable and adjustable canopy/sunshade with UV protection (SPF 50+), to keep your little one shielded from the sun’s harmful rays. If you’re planning lots of outdoor activities, this is a great feature!
  • Can stand upright, even when in its folded position. This is super convenient when you need to store your stroller out of the way in restaurants or hotel rooms.
  • The removable and machine washable fabrics and seat pad are a life-saver! Accidents happen, and having the option to machine wash the seat pad is an awesome feature.

What we don’t like:

  • The G-LUXE doesn’t come with a belly bar and doesn’t recline completely.
    The stroller requires two hands to fold, and is a little trickier to fold and unfold than the Zoe XL1 and other options.

Overall, the G-LUXE is a great option for families looking for a premium, full-feature travel stroller that is still relatively lightweight and easy to transport.

A lighter premium travel stroller – UPPAbaby G-LITE Stroller

Suitable for: 6 months to 55 pounds

Alternatively, if you’re looking for something made out the same high-quality materials, but with a simpler and more lightweight design, UPPAbaby also offers the G-LITE Stroller.

Although the G-LITE lacks some of the features you get with the G-LUXE (like the parent cup holder and reclining seat), it still comes with many of the most essential amenities, and only weighs 10.7 pounds!

It’s also easier to transport and simpler to fold and unfold.

What we like:

  • The stroller is ultra-lightweight, portable, and simple to use. Including the canopy, storage basket and wheels, the stroller only weighs 10.7 pounds! However, it’s strong enough to carry a child weighing up to 55 pounds.
  • The G-LITE comes with a breathable mesh seat that keeps your baby comfortable and cozy without extra weight. Like the G-LITE, the seat’s fabric is removable and machine washable.
    It includes an extendable, pop-out SPF 50+ sunshade to protect your child from harmful UV rays while you’re out and about.
  • Like its full-feature counterpart, the G-LITE can stand upright when folded, and can easily be stored out of the way in restaurants or other crowded places. It’s also pretty easy to fold and unfold.

What we don’t like:

  • Although the G-LITE is lighter, you give up some of the features the G-LUXE offers, like the parent cup holder, the one-step brake mechanism, and the reclining seat.
  • Although it has a simpler design than the G-LUXE, it still requires two hands to fold and unfold.

The UPPAbaby G-LUXE and G-LITE strollers are both are made with high-end, durable materials, come with UV protected canopies, and provide plenty of storage. If you’re choosing between the two, it’s definitely worth considering your specific travel plans and how and where you’ll primarily be using the stroller.

If you’re looking for a full-feature stroller with all the added accessories, the G-LUXE is probably your best bet. On the other hand, if portability is at the top of your wish list, the G-LITE may be the right choice.

Best double travel stroller – ZOE XL2 BEST Lightweight Double Umbrella Twin Stroller System

Suitable for: 3 months to 50 pounds (per seat)

If you’re traveling with two little ones, you can’t go wrong with the Zoe XL2 Travel Umbrella Stroller. This is the double version of the Zoe XL1–our pick for best overall travel stroller–and it comes with all the same great features and accessories.

Here’s what’s included:

  • Giant, 4-panel canopy/sunshades (you can adjust each seat’s canopy independently)
  • Reclining seats (you can adjust each seat independently)
  • One parent cup holder
  • Two child cup holders
  • One child snack cup
  • A double belly bar

In addition to what’s included, Zoe offers a ton of add-on accessories, including a parent console, a travel backpack/storage bag, a shoulder carry strap, a ventilated rain and snow cover, and individual belly bars.

The Zoe XL2 weighs only 17 pounds–less than most single strollers–and is super easy to maneuver. Like the XL1, you can collapse the XL2 with one hand, making the stroller super portable and convenient.

What we like:

  • The stroller is super lightweight and portable, especially for a double.
  • The 4-panel canopies/sunshades are huge and extend far enough to block out the sun and wind.
  • The mesh basket below the seats offers tons of extra storage space–perfect for stowing your diaper bag or other gear.
  • It’s great for naps on the go. The seats recline to near horizontal and the canopies offer plenty of privacy and protection.
  • The initial assembly is super easy and straightforward!

What we don’t like:

  • The stroller is only suitable for relatively flat surfaces. It’s great for airports, malls, museums, and most city streets and sidewalks, but you’re traveling to a destination with lots of cobblestones, gravel, or other uneven surfaces, you may want to look into getting an all-terrain stroller or baby carrier.
  • Though handy to have, the cup holders and snack cup have a tendency to fall off.

If you have twins (or any two stroller-aged kids), we highly recommend the Zoe XL2. We love how lightweight, portable, affordable, and customizable it is!

Also worth considering

We’ve covered some of the best travel stroller options for a range of different needs and budgets. But the fact is there are a lot of great strollers available. Here are a few of the best options that didn’t make our list.

The Mountain Buggy Nano Stroller

Suitable for: 6 months to 44 pounds (it can accommodate newborns if you attach an infant car seat or buy the optional newborn soft shell cocoon carrycot)

This is another great option if you’re looking for a lightweight, compact, and easy to maneuver travel stroller.

The Nano is a bit pricier than many other options, but if you’re not on a tight budget, it comes with a bunch of awesome features.

One of our favorite things about the Nano is its on-board car seat adapter. Essentially, the stroller doubles as a travel system, allowing you to securely attach any infant car seat to the stroller using the belt-style adapters.

What we like:

  • The stroller folds down in two simple steps and is compact enough to fit as a carry on in most overhead bins (if the airline will allow it).
  • It comes with a travel bag and carry strap, making it super portable and convenient.

What we don’t like:

  • There is no cup holder. This is not a big deal for most parents, but given the higher price, it would be a nice addition.

Baby Jogger City Tour

Suitable for: 6 months to 45 pounds

Another option, if you’re looking for a lightweight full-feature travel stroller

The City Tour weighs only 14 pounds, and folds down quickly into a small backpack-style carry bag which can fit into most overhead bins.

Other features include multiple reclining positions (including nearly flat for naps on the go), an extended canopy/sunshade with UV 50+ protection, and plenty of storage.

What we like:

  • The stroller comes with a backpack-style carry bag, which is perfect for hands-free airport travel.
    It has plenty of storage for a travel stroller.
  • The canopy is large enough to protect against the elements and has UV 50+ protection.

What we don’t like:

  • The seat is more shallow than most strollers and may be less comfortable, especially for larger kids. Without the harness, your little one could slip out.
  • Like the Mountain Buggy Nano, the City Tour does not come with a cup holder, which is kind of a bummer.

Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller

Suitable for: Newborns to 50 pounds

Another great travel-friendly option. It’s relatively affordable, super lightweight, and includes a reclining seat and loads of storage.

It’s super easy to fold and unfold and, at only 11.8 pounds, it’s one of the lighter travel strollers on the market. If you’re looking for an affordable, versatile option, this is definitely one alternative to consider.

What we like:

  • The three-tier, extended canopy provides UV protection and includes a built-in peek-a-boo window.
  • The reclining seat has multiple positions, so you have lots of options to keep your little one comfy during naps.
  • The stroller includes a removable child tray/belly bar with a cup holder. There is also a parent tray near the handle bar with two drink holders and extra storage space.

What we don’t like:

  • The Kolcraft Cloud Plus is likely not the best option for rough terrain, as the wheels tend to wear down on cobblestones and other uneven surfaces.

Should you travel with a stroller?

There are some obvious benefits to bringing a stroller with you on vacation.

Having the option to push your baby around instead of carrying (or wearing) them the whole time can make life much easier—especially in places like malls, museums, parks, and zoos.

Let’s face it: wearing your baby in a carrier all day long, especially as they get older (and heavier), can take a toll on your back after a while.

Carrying/wearing your baby may also not be practical in warmer climates, and having a stroller can help prevent you and them from overheating.

Travel strollers can also be great for naps on the go. Obviously, this depends on how well your baby is able to settle in a stroller.

Most strollers also offer extra storage space, allowing you to stash your baby’s blankets, toys, bottles, snacks, and even some of your own items (like your purse, jacket, or diaper bag), without having to carry them around the airport and, eventually, your destination.

At the same time, if your destination (or accomodation) isn’t stroller friendly, or if your baby doesn’t do well in strollers for long periods of time, there is no point in bringing one. After all, strollers—even lightweight travel strollers—are big, bulky items, and you don’t want to have to lug one around if you’re not going to use it.

Things to consider when deciding whether or not to bring a stroller along include:

  • Your mode of transportation
  • Your destination’s weather and terrain
  • Your accomodation (it’s no fun lugging a stroller up and down several flights of stairs multiple times a day)
  • Your child’s age, size, and ability to nap/settle in a stroller

If you’re still not sure we have a guide to help you decide if it’s worth traveling with a stroller.

Do you need to buy a dedicated travel stroller?

If you’ve made the decision to bring a stroller on your trip, you may be tempted to simply take your everyday stroller rather than investing in a dedicated travel stroller.

But most people avoid using the every day stroller for travel.

“I have three strollers and we use them all. I have a jogging stroller for my walks and most daily use. I have a regular stroller for weekend shopping and theme parks. We have an umbrella for travel.”

There are pros and cons to buying an additional travel stroller, and whether or not you need one really depends on your specific travel plans and whether you already have a lightweight stroller that is suitable for traveling.

If you already have a lightweight stroller at home, you may not need to buy a dedicated travel stroller.

However, if you use a full-feature, heavy stroller that doesn’t fold and won’t be easy to take with you on a plane, train, or other mode of transportation, you may want to think about buying a foldable, lightweight travel stroller for your trip.

Even if you’re used to carrying your usual stroller up and down stairs every now and then, it’s important to consider how often you may have to do this on your trip.

This is particularly true if you plan on exploring museums, zoos, train stations, or other places that may have lots of stairs, cobblestones, or other difficult-to-navigate terrain.

If you plan on flying, you’ll also want to think about luggage requirements. Many airlines do not allow passengers to take a heavy or bulky stroller on the plane with them.

Typically, strollers that weigh more than 20 pounds, are too bulky, or do not fold down into a compact size are required to be checked at the ticket counter.

If you do check your regular stroller with your luggage, it is also likely to get a little banged up.

Umbrella strollers vs travel systems

Something to consider when looking for the right travel stroller is whether an umbrella stroller or stroller/travel system will best suit your needs. There are benefits and drawbacks to each, and you’ll want to consider your child’s age and size, your destination, and your mode(s) of transportation when deciding which is right for you.

Umbrella travel strollers

If your primary concern is portability and saving space, an umbrella stroller (like the Pockit Lightweight Stroller) may be your best bet. Umbrella travel strollers generally weigh less than 20 pounds and are easily foldable for quick and convenient storage. If you’re planning on flying or you have limited space in your car, an umbrella stroller is a great option.

Keep in mind, though, that these strollers typically don’t come with all the added features you’d find in a stroller/travel system. They are also not usually recommended for newborns, so if your baby is under 4 months, you might want to think about other options.

Stroller/travel systems

If you plan to travel by car during your trip, you might want to think about investing in a stroller/travel system hybrid. The seats on these travel systems detach, so your little one’s stroller can also double as their car seat!

These travel systems are a great option for road trips or if you plan on renting a car during your travels, since they make transitioning your baby from their stroller to their car seat super simple and convenient. You may even be able to get them in and out of the car without waking them up!

Getting through airports and flying with your stroller

Airport security and individual airlines often have strict requirements when it comes to strollers (even small, foldable ones).

Although many brands market their travel strollers as carry on luggage size, the majority of airlines still require you to check your stroller.

It’s a good idea to plan ahead and make sure you understand all the relevant policies before you arrive at the airport with your travel stroller in tow.

This video has some good travel tips for getting through the airport with kids.

In some cases, you may be permitted to store a stroller in the overhead bin. Typically, though, you will be asked to check even lightweight, collapsible strollers at the gate.

Since maximum weight and size limits for gate-checked strollers vary from airline to airline, it’s a good idea to call ahead to make sure you understand all the requirements ahead of time.

Although weight limits vary substantially, typically any stroller weighing over 20 pounds (or that is determined to be too big or bulky or isn’t collapsable) must be checked along with your bags at the airport ticket counter or gate.

Check out this guide for more tips for flying with a stroller.

If you have space for it, and your child is small and light enough, bringing along a baby carrier in addition to your travel stroller can be a lifesaver for navigating airports.

Although you won’t be allowed to wear your baby in the carrier during takeoff and landing, if your little one likes being held close to you, and you need your hands free for other items, a baby carrier can be a great addition to your baby travel gear.

How to choose the best travel stroller

Choosing the right travel stroller will depend on a variety of factors, including your particular travel plans, your baby’s size, age, and temperament, your budget, and your personal preferences.

Keeping all of these things in mind, we recommend looking for the following features in a travel stroller:

Size and weight

Perhaps the most important feature to look for is the stroller’s size and weight, in both its folded and unfolded positions.

After all, for most of us, the added portability and convenience is the main reason to buy a dedicated travel stroller in the first place! When it comes to finding a portable and convenient travel stroller, every pound matters!

Having a lightweight, easy-to-maneuver (and carry) travel stroller can be a lifesaver in big cities or destinations that involve a lot of stairs or uneven terrain. It’s also safer to avoid lugging a large awkward stroller around.

Super lightweight and compact umbrella strollers like the Pockit or the G-LITE can also make navigating airports, train stations, museums, and parks a whole lot easier.

Easy to fold

When you’re traveling, you’ll likely have a million things to carry. Since you’re probably going to be exploring new places, and you may not know exactly when you’ll encounter a long flight of stairs or your little one will want to get out and walk or be carried, it’s important to find a stroller that’s quick and easy to fold and unfold.

Lightweight, simple umbrella strollers tend to fold into smaller, lighter shapes than full-feature options, although you will typically have to forgo some added conveniences like large canopies/sunshades and parent cup holders.

That said, being able to fold your stroller quickly and with one hand can make all the difference when you’re in a crowded security line or trying to get up the stairs in a museum. Foldability and portability are key!

Storage space

Since you’re probably traveling with other gear, you’ll want to look for a stroller with lots of extra storage space for diapers, food, toys, and any other items you’ll need.

It’s important to keep in mind, though, that when it comes to travel stroller baskets, bigger is not always better. After all, bigger storage baskets tend to come with bigger, bulkier strollers.

It’s also important to consider what items you want to keep in your stroller as opposed to on your person. Important and hard-to-replace items like keys, cash, and your passport may be safer in a backpack, purse, or pocket than in your stroller, where they could potentially fall out or be stolen.

Reclining seat

Whether or not you want to look for a stroller with a recline option really depends on where you’re headed, your specific plans, and your child’s age and ability to nap on the go. Generally, a seat that reclines is a great feature in a travel stroller.

If your child is able to sleep on the go, options like the Zoe XL1 that come with a reclining seat and a large, protective canopy/sunshade are ideal for improving your little one’s chances of falling asleep while you’re out exploring your destination.

One thing to keep in mind is that strollers that come with reclining seats do tend to be slightly heavier, bulkier, and more expensive than those that don’t include a recline option.

It’s helpful to plan ahead and think about where you’re going and how likely it is that your little one might be able to nap in their stroller when deciding whether to look for a stroller with a reclining seat or not.


Depending on your destination and how much time you plan to spend outside during your trip, a canopy/sunshade may be a super important feature to look for.

Having a stroller with shade is especially important for babies between 0-6 months according to who recommend keeping infants out of the sun as much as possible.

“Take walks early in the morning before 10 AM or after 4 PM and use a stroller with a sun-protective cover”

For older babies you can use sunscreen, but a shade is still useful to provide additional protection.

Some travel strollers, like the Zoe XL1, the Summer Infant 3D, and the G-LUXE, come with large, adjustable canopies to protect your little one from the sun and other elements. Others, like the Pockit, may not include a shade; however, you may be able to attach one that you can purchase separately.

A good canopy/sunshade will also help keep your child shielded from the wind, rain, falling leaves, and even glaring indoor lights. Like a reclining seat, though, a big, adjustable canopy is likely to make the stroller slightly bulkier, so keep that in mind.

Strap or carry bag

Being able to quickly and easily fold up your stroller and sling it over your shoulder or stuff it in your bag is super convenient, especially when you’ve got lots of other items to carry.

Many travel strollers come with a carry bag or strap attached. For those that don’t include this feature, you may still be able to buy a strap or bag separately (a bike strap sometimes does the trick).

Either way, being able to carry your little one’s stroller with one hand, or hands-free, can make navigating your trip much easier.

To wrap it up

Overall, our top pick for the best travel stroller is hands down the Zoe XL1 Travel Umbrella Stroller. It checks all the most important boxes, and then some!

Not only is the XL1 super compact and lightweight (only 11 pounds), but it’s also easy to fold and unfold and comes with a huge 4-panel canopy/sunshade, plenty of storage, and a 165 degree recline that’s ideal for naptime.

It also includes a variety of optional accessories, so you can be sure it will meet your particular travel needs without unnecessary features and accessories weighing you down.

While the Pockit and G-LITE are slightly lighter and more compact than the XL1, the difference isn’t substantial. They also don’t include many of the features you’ll get with the XL1. Other strollers may provide a wider range of features, but that likely means adding weight and bulk to your luggage.

It’s important to consider all of your options, and think about your specific destination and travel plans, your child’s age and size, and what features are most important to you when selecting the right travel stroller.

Overall, if you’re looking for a versatile, lightweight, and ultra-convenient option, the Zoe XL1 is a great option.

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