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What's the difference between the Tour+ and the Traveler?Updated 10 months ago

While both strollers offer a light-weight, compact design, each is designed with a primary need in mind. 

The Traveler

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.

  • Folded Dimensions: 22" (height) x 19" (width) x 10" (depth)
  • Weight: 13lbs
  • Basket size: 10lb weight limit & 10.5" (height) x 14" (width) x 6.5" (depth)
  • Seat back height: 17"
  • Head clearance under canopy: 23"
  • Fold: One step, easy Z-fold
  • Wheels: comes with Luxe Wheels

The Tour+

The Tour+ is slightly wider with a taller seat back (one inch 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. 

  • Folded Dimensions: 26" (height) x 20.25" (width) x 7.5" (depth)
  • Weight: 12.5lbs
  • Basket size: 10lb weight limit & 21" (height) x 13" (width) x 7" (depth)
  • Seat back height:  18"
  • Head clearance under canopy:  23"
  • Fold: One step, one hand fold in half
  • Wheels: comes with Luxe Wheels, optional upgrade to All-Terrain Wheels
  • Comes with optional child cup and snack holder
  • Compatible with the following Add-Ons to help you with every phase of your family: 

Both Strollers:

Side-by-side comparison of the Traveler (left) and the Tour+ (right) when folded and with belly bars attached. 

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