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FAQs - The TravelerUpdated 16 days ago

The Traveler is perfect for your next flight or cross-country road trip — its compact fold fits in airplane overhead bins and leaves you plenty of trunk space. Its lightweight frame and easy fold frees you up to take on any adventure with your little.

Can I bring this stroller on an airplane easily? 

Yes! This stroller fits in most overhead bins - no need to gate check (and risk damage) – with our most compact fold.

Which wheels are compatible with this stroller? 

The Traveler comes with Zoe's ultra-smooth Luxe wheels. It is not compatible with our All-Terrain Wheels (check out the Tour+ if you need more wheel options!)

Just how compact is this stroller? 

The folded dimensions are 10 in x 19in x 22in. The belly bar (and the optional snack tray) both fold into the stroller, so they don't add extra dimensions. This stroller is perfect to fit behind a passenger seat in front of a carseat - it's small-sedan-friendly and perfect for tight spaces.

At just 13 lbs, it's easy to fold and carry if you need to tote it up a stairwell (grab a stroller carry strap to make this even simpler).

How do I open or fold the Traveler? 

Opening: Press and hold Release button while lifting the handle up and snap stroller away from you. Press down on the seat to make sure it’s fully opened. If needed, squeeze the two sidebars together until bars are parallel and red warning tabs are no longer visible.

Closing: Lock the rear brakes and close the canopy. Press and hold the release button, as you tilt the stroller backwards onto its rear wheels. Then press down on the parent handle bar and the front belly bar will fold inward.

How do I replace my canopy? 

Can I use any of my existing Zoe accessories with this stroller? 

Depends on which accessories you have! The following accessories are compatible with the Traveler: 

Should I get the Traveler or the Tour+?

While both strollers offer a light-weight, compact design, each is designed with a primary need in mind. The Traveler is best if you find yourself traveling often — particularly airport travel. Its fold is slightly more compact and frame is smaller, allowing it to fit in most overhead bins.

The Tour+ is slightly wider with a taller seat back (18 inches to be exact), making it better for day to day use as your little grows and you more frequently need increased storage. The Tour+ also is compatible with our car seat adapter, all-terrain wheels, and an add-on seat — turning it into a Tandem+ Stroller for your growing family. 

Check out our full comparison of the Traveler & Tour+ here.

Which snack tray should I get with this stroller?

You can get The Traveler snack tray here. It folds into the stroller just like the belly bar — keeping the stroller compact at all times. 

What are the age and weight requirements for the Traveler?

The Traveler is recommended for children 3 months and up, with a maximum child weight of 45 lbs.

Related Search Terms:
XLC (The Traveler)

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