Zoe Stroller Review: Double Stroller of Your Dreams?

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What’s better than having a child? Having two children! While two bundles of joys make a bigger happy family, it also makes transporting your children much harder. Instead of pushing around two children in two strollers, you can maximize your effort by putting both kids in one double stroller.

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Because my full-time job is being mom to 2 precious daughters, and I know a thing or two about strollers. Besides personal experience, I get feedback from other moms who use these strollers every day and put all that research into our unbiased stroller buying guides

- Kyli

There are lots of brands out there, so it’s hard to choose which one is best for your family. We’ve done a bit of research and decided to tell you about a great stroller company: Zoe.

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Things to Consider Before Buying a Double Stroller

First, take note of the area you live in. Is it a crowded city with hundreds of people around you at all times? Or is it a smaller town with more space?

Double strollers come in two types: the Tandem (one child behind another) and side-by-side (bet you can figure that one out!).

Tandem strollers are the width of one stroller but with added length to accommodate a child. This means that a Tandem stroller won’t take up as much walking space on a sidewalk, in a store aisle, or on public transportation.

Tandem strollers also mean that you’ll have a harder time seeing everything the child in the back is doing if both children face you. If the back child accidentally picks something up, if they’re eating something they shouldn’t, it might take longer for you to notice than if you had a single or side-by-side stroller.

Another issue with a Tandem stroller is that it creates less visibility for the child placed in the back, as they end up seeing the back of the front stroller. This can lead to a young child getting restless because they’re not as stimulated as the child in front of them.

Side-by-side double strollers fix both of the issues above. If you have both children face you, you can always know what either child is up to. Both children also get the same amount of visibility, as neither have a large object obstructing their view.

The biggest downside to side-by-side double strollers is how much width they take up. It’s difficult to maneuver narrow sidewalks, grocery aisles, even door frames with a side-by-side stroller, which can be an issue if you’re a mommy in a big city.

There are positives and negatives to both Tandem and side-by-side double strollers. Zoe sells both, so you can take your pick depending on your needs.

To learn more about the best Tandem and Side-by-side strollers on the market, check out the in-depth articles we’ve written for curious mommies.

Things to Know About Zoe Strollers

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Zoe strollers claim to be the lightest weight strollers on the market. There’s even a gif of someone lifting the stroller with their pinky on their website, so you know they mean business.

The strollers certainly are lightweight, weighing in at only 17 pounds. They have similar features to other top strollers while still being a fraction of the weight.

For example, the Valco Baby Neo Twin stroller is nearly twice the price of a Zoe stroller, but the Valco Baby stroller weighs 10 pounds more, has a smaller storage unit, and doesn’t have the storage backpack or strap options the Zoe stroller has. It appears the Zoe stroller gives top brands a run for their money while saving you yours.

Things We Like:

  • Incredible lightweight for Tandem and side-by-side strollers.
  • Roomy carriage, bottom storage space, and storage pockets.
  • Padded foot rests.
  • Deep, independent canopies.
  • Snappy folding and unfolding.

Room For Improvement:

  • The side-by-side is too wide; has not fit in tight spaces, such as door frames, security check scanners, and grocery story check-out aisles.
  • Safety buckles sometimes hard to unlatch.
  • Included cup holders for children come off easily. Children can pop them off, play with them, or damage them while in the stroller.
  • Does not accept infant car seats.
  • Doesn’t lay completely flat when reclined.

Zoe Stroller Features and Benefits

Though I’ve reviewed a lot of strollers on our site, the Zoe stroller has some of the most convenient and practical features I’ve seen.


Both of Zoe’s Tandem and side-by-side doubles strollers come in at 17 pounds, which is considerably lighter than most single strollers on the market.

You’ll appreciate the stroller’s light weight after long days with your kids, when you’ve packed up the stroller and carry it long distances, if you have an older relative who want to push the stroller, and a variety of other situations. It won’t take much effort to push the stroller or lug it around in transportation.


Zoe strollers have a sizeable amount of room. When open, the stroller is a little less than 4 feet tall, little less than 3 feet wide, and about 3 feet deep.

Closed, the stroller is about 2 feet high, a little less than 3 feet wide, and only 7 inches deep. When closed, the stroller will fit well in the trunk of the car, tucked in the overhead compartment of airplanes, or stowed away by the side of a restaurant table.

The stroller has a self-locking and standing mechanism, so it’s not likely to roll away when you’re not looking.


Both the canopies and backrests decline independently. One child can sit up straight with the canopy folded back above them while the other lies back to a cool 165 degrees with their canopy pulled deep over them.


All it takes is one swift tug to pull the canopy over your child. Your child might be able to do it themselves if they find their environment too bright, or they want to see their surroundings after waking up after a nap.

At its lowest point, the canopy will nearly touch your child’s knees. It will be dark inside the carriage and be optimal for a deep nap. The canopy also pulls over the cupholders, so the drink is protected from the elements too.

Of course, the canopy depth is adjustable, depending on how much sun you want your child to get. The canopies don’t need to be tied back when not in use, as they snap back in a coiled position and stay like that until pulled into use.

The canopies also have a magnetic peek-a-boo window. You can check in on your kids without them knowing, so you can make sure they’re not getting into trouble or see if they’re napping (children being silent is always suspicious, so it’s best to make sure).

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Large Storage Unit

The mesh storage unit at the bottom of the frame is large enough to hold several large diaper bags, lunch boxes, changes of clothes, and other necessities for small children.

The storage box has stretchy elastic sides, which allow you to shove it full of items to get you and your children through the day.

Bigger Wheels

The second version of Zoe’s XL2 BEST stroller has 50% larger wheels than its predecessor. With added wheel size comes the ability to overcome rugged terrain. No longer will grass, uneven pavement, dirt, or even rocks challenge you as you walk your children.

The back wheels are single wheels only, while the front ones have double wheels. Double wheels provide stability over uneven terrain and add more control as you maneuver the stroller.

The wheels don’t require air, so you don’t have to worry about your stroller getting a flat tire while you’re out and about.


Zoe Strollers come with their own carrying backpack. While traveling, you can throw the lightweight stroller over your shoulder and have your hands free for other necessities.

The strollers also have a quick one-handed fold mechanism for instant use when pulled out of its backpack.

Is a Zoe Stroller Worth It?

Not only is the stroller in the $200 – $300 range, but it provides a lightweight aluminum frame weighing only 17 pounds, deep canopies to protect your children from the elements, and a host of other key features to make this a popular stroller.

While having a high-quality design, many parents will be able to afford the Zoe stroller price tag. Having children is expensive, but having a poor quality stroller can make it taxing.

Whether you want a Tandem or side-by-side stroller, Zoe’s got you covered. Whether you want the slim yet long Tandem for busy city life or the side-by-side for better child visibility, Zoe will provide you with a great product at a reasonable price.

We’ve reviewed Zoe strollers before in another article and had similar positive praises for the stroller. There’s a reason the company has high ratings on almost all the retail sites it’s featured on.

For a video displaying just what we mean, click the link here to see a quick demo of the side-by-side double stroller. If for some reason you didn’t like Zoe but wanted to check out other lightweight strollers, you can read our guide here.

Strollers should work for you, not the other way around, which some stroller companies don’t seem to get. The Zoe strollers have impressed me thoroughly, and it’s likely it will do the same for you.

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Zoe Stroller Review: Double Stroller of Your Dreams?
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With two or more bundles of joy, some parents HAVE to be all about practicality and convenience. If that's you, take a look at this Zoe Stroller review.

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