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What's the difference between the Tour and the Traveler?Updated 2 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. 


Related Search Terms:

XLC (The Traveler)
XL1 (The Tour)


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