Stokke Scoot V2 Stroller Review


The new Stokke Scoot V2 has been creating quite a buzz lately. It’s an updated version of the beloved Stokke Scoot which is a lightweight compact luxury stroller with a reversible seat.

Unlike the old Scoot, the Scoot V2 has larger thicker wheels and a better handlebar. I did like the old model a LOT, but the new V2 model is to die for! The larger thicker wheels really made a huge difference and put V2 above many others.

Now, you can not only take it to the mall, or grocery shopping, but you can also go to the park for a long walk, or tackle uneven pavement of the city.

Although it’s still not an all-terrain stroller, it can handle a lot more different terrains while providing your child with a smooth ride.

I think this is a great choice for an urban lifestyle. I swear, sometimes the city streets are worse than forest trails. LOL. It’s also a very stylish and modern stroller which is perfect for city moms who are always following the new trends.

I also like the large canopy, adjustable footrest, large easy-to-access basket, and deep recline. Another great feature of Scoot is the ONE-HAND fold that everybody wants to have.

It does not have a bassinet option, but there is a Soft Bag (sold separately) for a newborn that you can insert right into the seat creating a bassinet-like enclosed environment. You can also replace the seat with an infant car seat turning it into a travel system. The stroller’s weight limit is 45 lbs.


While I gave the old Scoot only 4.5 out of 5 stars, the new Scoot V2 gets 5 out of 5 stars from me because I absolutely love the new larger wheels. The weight went up 2 lbs to 25 lbs, but I think it’s justifiable now.

To make this ride perfect, I would add a small zipper pocket in the back of the seat and make the recline one-hand lever recline. The price could also be a little lower. Other than that, it’s a great deal.

You can get it right now for about $599 in one of the seven beautiful colors. It comes with a rain cover and a bug net. I put together a detailed comparison chart for you where I compare Nuna Mixx vs Stokke Scoot V2 vs UPPAbaby Cruz 2015.

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The old model had a good canopy, but the new one is even better.  Now, the pop-out sunvisor is even larger. The two-panel canopy goes all the way to the bumper bar providing full sun protection.

You can unzip it in the middle to expose a mesh window that provides better air circulation on a hot summer day and also serves as a peekaboo window since there is none of the canopy. Overall, very good canopy.



The handlebar has been updated. Now, it is a rotating handlebar instead of telescoping that goes from 36″ up to 42″ from the ground. It definitely provides more legroom for tall parents.



The seat is pretty roomy with plenty of headroom for an older child. It is 14″ wide at the shoulder level and about 11″ wide at the bottom with 21″ seat back with a measurement of 24″ from the bottom of the seat to the top of the canopy. Doesn’t look like an egg? LOL.

The coolest thing about this seat is that it is positioned higher on the frame than an average stroller bringing your child closer to you. You can also use it instead of a high chair at the restaurant.

The seat now has 3 recline positions instead of just two. The recline is operated by straps. To recline the seat you need to unlock both straps and bring the seat down. To bring the seat down you will need to reinsert the straps while lifting the seat up.

This is not a very smooth operation especially if your child is falling asleep. I would like to see a lever recline instead. On the bright side, the recline is very deep so you can put your newborn in it. The seat limit is 45 lbs. This seat is reversible with the same recline positions in both modes.


Another new feature on V2 is two small mesh windows on the sides of the canopy which provide better air circulation when the seat is fully reclined.



It has a padded adjustable 5-point harness with a center release buckle that is hard to undo. Your 3-year-old will not be able to escape. The harness has 3 positions and can be easily adjusted from the back of the seat.


There are two footrests on the Scoot. One is part of the frame for an older child and another one is adjustable and attached to the frame. You are probably used to seeing an adjustable legrest that is part of the seat.

Well, this one is a little different. It’s designed for a child to place his/her feet on it and does not provide any extra flat surface. You can slide it up and down the frame in both modes depending on your child’s height. While this design is very unique, I still like leg rest better for a younger child.



The basket is a great size. It will easily fit your large diaper bag. It is also very easy to access from the back of the sides.



The wheels have been improved. These larger and thicker foam-filled rubber tires will be able to handle much more terrain. You will never get a flat! The front wheels are 8″ while the rear wheels are 10″.

Great for walks at the park, or busy city streets with uneven pavement. The front wheels are swivel but can be locked straight.

It has an all-wheel suspension that makes the ride much smoother.



It has a one-step parking brake located between the rear wheels. It’s NOT flip-flop friendly.


One-hand fold is one of the most desirable features that parents want, but not many strollers have it. Well, Scoot V2 does! It’s a two-step fold: First, bring the bottom of the seat up.

Next, pull on the lever located underneath and the stroller will fold in half. You don’t even need to remove the seat. It’s a very compact package for a reversible seat model. To make it even more compact, you can remove the wheels. There is an automatic lock and a standing fold.



There is no bassinet available for this model, but there is a Soft Bag that you can purchase separately for a newborn. It inserts right into the seat creating a bed-like environment.



You can turn Scoot V2 into a travel system by replacing the seat with an infant car seat. It works with Stokke iZi Go X1 by BeSafe without an adapter. You can plug the car seat right into the stroller.

You can also use it with the most popular car seats like Maxi-Cosi, Nuna, Cybex, and Peg Perego with the purchase of an adapter.



-Lack of storage. I almost have nothing bad to say which doesn’t happen too often. But since it’s a luxury expensive stroller, I would like to see a small zipper pocket in the back of the seat for some mommy essentials like keys, phone or wallet.

-No bumper bar. I like to have a bumper bar as an extra safety feature. Also, my daughter Sophia likes to pull herself up by grabbing the bumper bar. I wish it was included. Unfortunately, it’s not even available for purchase.

-Strap recline. I would like to see a one-hand lever recline instead.

Video Review

Here is a video review from BabyGizmo for the old model of Scoot.

Stokke Scoot V2 Updates

-Larger wheels. The new model has thicker foam-filled tires with 10″ tires in the back and 8″ tires in the front.

-Handlebar. It used to be a telescoping handlebar. Now, it is a rotating handlebar that goes up and down from 36″ up to 42 from the ground.

-Pop-out sunvisor. It is a little larger now.

-Three recline positions. They’ve added a new position to the recline. Now it has active, resting, and napping positions in both forward and rear-facing modes.

-Easier to remove canopy. The canopy is now much easier to remove for cleaning.

-Two new mesh windows. Now, there are two mesh windows on the sides of the seat that you can see once you fully recline it.

-New beautiful colors.



Stroller weight: 25 lbs (with the seat)
Weight limit: 45 lbs
Folded dimensions: 28,3″L x 12,6″H x 21,6″W
Handlebar height: 36″ – 42″
Seat to canopy height: 24″
Front wheels: 8″
Rear wheels: 10″
Overall length: 30″
Overall width: 21″


Stokke has a 3-year warranty from the original date of purchase and you have to be the original owner.

Available colors

For Stokke Scoot V2 is available in 7 colors:  red, purple, slate blue, black, soft pink, aqua blue, and black melange. All of the strollers have a lightweight aluminum frame.


Where to buy it

You can get Stokke Scoot V2 for at around $599  and it comes with rain cover and bug net. There is no bumper bar available as an accessory. I was not able to find a good sale on this luxury stroller.

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53 thoughts on “Stokke Scoot V2 Stroller Review”

  1. Just played around with this stroller in the store. I have to say that while beautifully made (the bigger wheels are great and the height of the seat is really nice), a few things didn’t work in my mind. The recline mechanism is more than a pain- particularly if you want an intermediate reclining position. The clips would not be easy to fiddle with if you had any distractions. Also, the lowest recline did not seems anywhere near flat. I didn’t get a chance to use the soft bag with it but it wouldn’t seem to a reasonable substitute for a bassinet. Also, the basket, while roomy, has low sides- why did they do this? It would be more useful if it was deeper. And it seems a little fragile to me. Just my impressions.

  2. Hi Kim. I agree with you about the recline being a pain in the behind and the basket being not as deep as some others. For the newborn I would ALWAYS recommend using a car seat unless you are putting your child in a bassinet. I don’t care how flat the seat of the stroller is, it does not have enough support for the newborn’s head. I didn’t feel that it’s fragile at all. Maybe the model you tested was not well put together by the store staff. I think this is a very stylish stroller that has one of the most compact folds for a reversible seat stroller with medium size wheels. This could be the ONLY stroller you need. Let me know if you need help choosing a stroller :)

  3. I just ordered a Scoot, based off your review and my cousin uses hers all the time. I can’t wait till it comes. I went for the purple one as I also have a MyCarrier in Purple. I hope that my idea of carrying the stroller on the bus with the baby in the MyCarrier will be great for long outings on hot summer days. Plus, it’s getting nearly if not impossible to have a stroller on the buses in my city. Too many parents and some can get rude about the space you take up. I think I’ll love the Scoot once it gets here. I also like that you can “dress it up”.

    I did at first order V1 as it was $459 but the store called me when they could to tell me that they no longer had the V1 in purple, damaged while on pallet. So, wonderful customer service from “Stroller Depot” they offered me the V2 at cost. SO, I got it for $485ish! It’s also was nice when you get a store willing to go the extra mile. Next time I order online baby stuff I might stick with them, even if I don’t get an awesome deal.

  4. Hi Katrin,

    I’m replying to give you a follow-up! First thing you might want to let people know not all stores will give you the cup holder with the V2 Scoot. Yet, Stroller Depot out of CO is a great place to get awesome customer service. I got my scoot from them and then ordered the footmuffs and they gave me a 15% discount on them. I live in OH but called SD and if you look them up on Yelp! It looks like they treat all their customers the way they have me, I’m going to buy all my accessories from them! Plus, they use FedEx or UPS and it got to me within 3-4 days.

    Now, I have only had the stroller a few days now. I totally love it! I love the fact she can face me, the stroller can be a sub for a Highchair, it is neat that you can remove the seat and throw it in the wash, that you get the bug net & rain cover with it and just the size of it. It is too heavy to do what I was planning but I might be able to make it work. Can you get a bumper bar? Plus, the fact you can lay it down enough your baby can take a nap is awesome! I think it is much better made than the totally lightweight stroller I see for older kids, I think I’ll get my use out of it.

    The little one likes it too! She likes that she can be with mommy and apart of what is going on. I also like the Stokke brand. I wish I could afford more from them. Plus, it seems that over the last few months that I’ve been looking at the strollers from then their prices have been coming down by a few hundred even. Maybe they are trying to have a us base to help with prices. Just a heads up for others.

    Sorry, I know it’s long but it’s how I feel. I love the Stokke Scoot and I think other who can justify the price would feel the same.


  5. P.S. Forgot to mention that there are two rings that you can clip a diaper bag onto behind the seat. It’s for their bag but I got mine to work with them.

  6. Hi! Am seriously considering the Scoot but am also inclined to get the Crusi instead because it seems as though there are more accessories available for that model. You had mentioned a bumper bar that can be bought separately. Where can I find that?
    THanks in advance!

  7. Hi Mary. Scoot V2 does not have bumper bar. It’s not even part of the accessories that you can purchase. I don’t know why. Crusi does have bumper bar and can convert into a double stroller if you have a second child.

  8. OK thanks Katrin – in the ‘Where to Buy’ section, you had stated that the bumper bar needs to be purchased separately. So I wasn’t sure if there was a generic bar I could buy to attach on.

  9. Mary I just wanted to let you know that I got the footmuffs for the Scoot and they work just fine. If you don’t care about switching the textiles out or having the carry cot, which I thought I read somewhere on the V2 you can use a carry cot. Still if you can I would have gone with a Crusi if it wasn’t so far out of our budget.

  10. Thanks Katy and Katrin for all your help. I decided on the Scoot for the one-hand fold. And I’m loving the size. I was able to find stroller accessories – almost everything except the bumper bar and snack tray. Thanks again!

  11. That’s what I loved about the Scoot too! It’s been perfect for bus travel here. Plus, paired with the footmuffs when it was 20 degrees here she fell asleep when it was her nap time while we were waiting on a bus. Then slept through me getting on and off the bus.

  12. Hi Katrin,

    Just thought I would share this with you for your readers. I don’t like Stokke’s cup holder but you can get a Skip Hop Stroller Organizer that works a lot better. Plus, if they live anywhere that is cold in the winter getting the footmuffs is almost a must. Last weekend Friday here was 20ish but I had to be out shopping. I had my LO with her blanket and the footmuffs around her, she looked like she was all sunggled up like a bug in a rug. She slept for about and hour of me getting on and off a bus. Then on Saturday we had to walk a block away. I put the rain cover over her in the footmuffs and the snowy weather didn’t brother her. I love the Scoot and I love Stokke’s MyCarrier as a team!

    Sorry, my BF says I should go into marketing. I get alittle passionate about stuff when I think it’s a great product. Haha

  13. Pls help me….I need to decide if buy a stokke scoot or a stokke trailz.

    I live in Prague, have an 17 months girl. And next year starts thinking on another baby.
    So i prefer the trailz due the bassinet.
    But i cant decide…!!!
    Can you give your opinion about trailz pls.

  14. Hi Valeria. Trailz is a great stroller. Nice all-terrain wheels, deep recline, large canopy, large basket. You can also get a stroller board for your older child. The Scoot is lighter but the wheels are not as big and not all-terrain although they can handle some terrain. What’s more important for you the weight or the wheels because the bassient will last only 6 months. :)

  15. HI, Thank you for your amazing reviews! I am a soon-to-be FTM. I purchased the Vista but am not second-guessing and wondering if a slightly more compact stroller like this one would be better. I love the bassinet with teh Vista and the ability to convert to a double later. (And I got it in Wheat/Lindsay..which I think is so beautiful for a little girl :)) BUT…We live in Houston, so there’s not the everyday city strolling like in SF, NY or Chicago. I will be using it for grocery shopping, sidewalks, etc. and want easy fold-up to put in the trunk. We also got a City Mini for travel. AND I would like to get a jogging stroller (to actually jog with). Also, the Mesa infant seat doesn’t fit in my car, so that’s not a consideration.
    I’m a hestant and a little overwhelmed that we’ll end up with three strollers and it’ll be overkill! Would LOVE your advice.

  16. Hello Katrin,

    I’m really looking into the Stokke Scoot for my son, however, I would love to hear your opinion on some concerns I have about the stroller. First, I see that the stroller only has a footrest, which I don’t think my child’s legs will reach the footrest yet, do you think kids feel comfortable with their legs hanging down with no support? My other concern would be the recline, I see it has a strap recline, but should I consider passing on this stroller because of that? Please let me know at your convenience, thank you so much

  17. Hi Cecilia. I think that Stokke Scoot is a great stroller overall. The three main drawbacks in my opinion are the foot rest, strap recline, and lack of the bumper bar. But, it has so many great features that I think it’s still worth it. Another stroller that I just did a review on is Armadillo Flip XT – great stroller with larger wheels (9″ and 6″5), has the perfect leg rest for a baby, less expensive, super compact one-handl fold, large basket, and one-hand lever recline. What do you think?

  18. Hi Meredith. I know the feeling! LOL. Well, there is really no joggers with the reversible seat that can convert into a double stroller or a pram. I was trying to have everything in one stroller and ended up with many… I am not telling you how many. So, three is totally normal if you ask me. It’s hard to be a stroller addict. Oh! Anyways, have you tried jogging with Vista? I mean if you are not a hard core jogger, light jogging/fast walking on even surface at the park should be fine. City Mini is a great stroller that you will probably end up using for all of your grocery shopping and running errands. I think that in the beginning Vista is better because you can use with that fancy bassinet or just replace the seat with the car seat using it as a frame. As time goes by and your child is walking, which will happen in a year, you will just use City Mini everywhere and will forget about your Vista unless you are going for a jog or having a second child.

  19. Hi- I was wondering what is the difference between the Scoot V2 and the Crusi? I know the Crusi you can always add a seat at the bottom but wondering why one would buy one stroller over the other? Also within the Scoot is there a place where little guys can rest their legs when sleeping? I know for the original scoot I’ve heard people complain about this especially with newborns.
    Thanks so much! I’m just so confused.

  20. Im stuck between the Skoot V2 and the Crusi as well, did you decide on which one to get? If so which did you choose and why?

  21. I am not very strong and am concerned about the weight of some of the strollers. I live in the inner city and use public transport. For that reason I am leaning towards the Bugaboo Bee rather than the Stokke Scoot. What do you think?

  22. Hi Jane. When thinking about the weight of the stroller, keep in mind that more compact stroller is easier to lift and feels lighter. The bulkier the stroller, the heavier it feels. My 20 lbs Bumbleride Indie is so bulky it feels like I am lifting 27 lbs.

  23. Katrin,
    What do you think about Stokke Scoot for a newborn? And how important is the bumper bar? We are choosing between Scoot and Urbo 2 to be only one stroller for our newborn. Which one do you recommend for us?

  24. Hi Katrin,

    First of all thanks a lot for so many reviews of different strollers/pushchair

    I’m first time mom, expecting to deliver in Aug,

    After a lot of reading i’ve short listed following
    – M & P Urbo 2
    – Stokke Scoot V2
    – Bugaboo Bee 3

    I’ve a smaller hatch back car and wanted to have lots of space in the boot after the pushchair has been placed.
    i guess, hand bumper bar will be very important for naughty kids, like if they try to stand with in the stroller Lolz…, but no idea how my kid will be, what are your thoughts.

    I’m looking to buy only one pushchair which last ages….


  25. Hi Natalie. Out of your list Bee3 is my least favorite because it has very bulky fold and very small wheels. I like Stokke Scoot V2 a lot because it has great wheels, compact one-hand fold, and is not very heavy. The only thing I don’t like about V2 is the lack of bumper bar. The M&P Urbo2 has been completely redesign and now has a lot of amazing features. The frame is very stylish and it has a bumper bar! For me, it would be between the V2 and Urbo2 because of the compact fold. I don’t know if you care about bassinet. The V2 does NOT have a bassinet option, but Urbo2 does! The bassinet is great for a newborn since it’s not recommended for the baby to spend a lot of time in the car seat. Price wise Urbo2 also wins. If you want larger wheels than what Urbo2 has, take a look also at Salo2 MTX – it just hit the market. It’s very similar to Urbo2 but the wheels are all-terrain.

  26. Hi Ana. Hard choice. The small wheels Urbo2 vs no bumper bar on Scoot… I would probably go with Urbo2 because it has very nice suspension, looks very stylish and costs much less. You can also get a nice bassinet for Urbo2 while Scoot has no bassinet option.

  27. Hi Katrin,

    FTM to be in July here. Just saw this review and now I’m leaning towards the Stokke Scoot V2 for my child. I would prefer to buy one stroller instead of multiples, and I like the look of this one. I was originally torn between the Stokke Xplory and the Bugaboo Chameleon3. One of my stroller criteria is that I want it to look stylish, as well as practical.

    I live in Dubai, so it’s super hot most of the year. This means we’re mostly indoors, in the malls and such, and only really go outside for about 4 months of the year, 5 if we’re lucky with the weather. I do drive an SUV with ample trunk room, but I would prefer that my stroller not be too bulky and heavy, and that is easy to open and close for when I’m out with the baby alone without the husband, or anyone else for that matter.

    I would love your opinion! Thanks!

  28. Hi S. I think that Scoot V2 is very stylish and definitely a head turner. It’s compact and very easy to fold. I think that V2 is much more practical than Xplory. Cameleon3 is much bulkier and also designed more for all-terrain activities. Since you spend so much indoors, V2 will be a great choice. I like that it has large shopping basket that you can use for all of the stuff you will buy at the mall :)

  29. Hi, I just sold my stokke crusi which i had for a year. My little is one year and im really looking for a stroller that takes less space in the car and is lightweight. Should i consider Scoot or go for something different?

  30. Dear Katrin;

    I’m living in Russia and as you can imagine it gets pretty cold here for at least 5 months. I need a stroller for my newborn baby yet I have a few criterias. I have spinal hernia, so I need something light and compact due to stairs at the entrace of our apartment. I was advised the Inglesina Trilogy but the wheels seem to a little small for snow. I love the Scoot V2 since it has one hand fold and not sooo heavy. But not having bumper bar is a question mark. Do you think it’s a must? Or can you advise another for cold weather?


  31. Hi Sussan,
    I am still deciding between scoot v2 and nuna mixx. My daughter is 3 months old now. Which one is more comfortable for her? And which is nice and easy to push, and good for travel (plane, car)?

  32. Hi Melinda. V2 is better for traveling and is more compact. Mixx has larger wheels so it handles terrain better. The seat on Mixx is a little more comfortable for little kids because it has an adjustable leg rest that goes up. I also like the fold on V2 more!

  33. Tk you for your reviews :) Your comments make it feel like I can imagine how it will become soon! Lol! First time mommy-to-be I’M DUE IN JANUARY 2016 :)
    I’m still considering between the Xplory and the Trailz, I truly want the high-up-connecting-feature; however for the price, maybe the Scoot, as you say is more practical…
    Will you weigh in your opinion, please?

  34. Where are you getting the information about the weight limit? You state that the V2 has a weight limit of 45 pounds, but the Stokke site says the V2 is limited at 33 pounds. I wish your information was right because 33 pounds is not enough to make the purchase worth it for me. You also state that the Scoot comes with a cup holder, according to Amazon customers and the Stokke site, the cup holder is a separate purchase. Thank you for your great review! It was very helpful! :)

  35. Hi Katrin,

    FTM here with my baby boy due in March 2016. I’ve been looking at strollers and love the luxury look of the Stokke Scoot in Black Melange. This stroller looks timeless and classy!

    Would you recommend getting the Stokke PIPA™ by Nuna® Car Seat & Base (Infant Car Seat) to go with this stroller? They sell it at Nordstrom’s. Do you know if this particular car seat is safe or happen to know the safety rating?

    Up to what age on average can a child use this Stokke Scoot Stroller?

    Loved your review! Thanks in advance for your time. Look forward to your reply.



  36. My sister is having her third child, and i had my fourth, he is about to outgrow his infant car seat and was thinking of giving her it. She wants the stokke scoot stroller but we are having trouble in finding an adapter for the BOB (Britax) infant car seat. Is there other adapters that are compatible with the carseat for the stroller?

  37. Hi, I have 3 kids and try many strollers… i was very excited about this one how small and easy is but,
    purchase the Scoot about 3 moth ago and it broke. I used it only 3x the from wheel come of.
    Also collapsing is very stiff. When i wrote them the do send you forms and ask you send pic, but it take 3 weeks from the day they received it to repair. That means you are about 2 months without stroller …what is not easy….plus send in it is not easy to…Us i do like Stokke and have all the other baby furniture this one did not do well…

  38. Hi there
    I was wondering if you could help me
    I’ve got a scoot V2 stroller for me daughter
    Could you tell me please if I would be able to take the stroller inside the aircraft?
    Thanks a lot

  39. Hi dear Katrin,

    I’m from Istanbul, Turkey and planning to have a baby soon =) I’ve been trying to decide between Scoot v2 and Cybex Priam (with lux seat). My priorities are: to be closer to the baby (a high seat position), to fold easily, to use it from birth to a maximum age =)

    I would be glad if you could help me.
    Greetings from Istanbul!!

  40. Hi Tugba. They both are great and both can be used from birth. The Scoot V2 is probably more practical because it has more compact one-hand fold. Which design and colors do you like more? I like frame desing on Cybex but the colors and material on Scoot.

  41. Hello Katrin, I just bought the Stokke Scoot v2 but its a bit too heavy for me, since I am only 5’1. But I like it because its so stylish and cut looking. On the other hand, I am thinking exchange it to UPPAbaby Cruz, it’s lighter. My baby is not out until summer, so I still have sometime to decide. Can you please give me advice on which one will be a good one for me? Thank you very much

  42. Hi Tila. Both are great strollers. When you say heavy do you mean when you lift it up to load into your trunk? I think Cruz is not going to be much lighter because it has a bulkier fold than V2. Stroller always feel lighter when it’s a compact package. The more compact the stroller is when folded, the lighter it feels even if the weight is higher. To make it easier you can remove the seat first and then fold the frame.

  43. Hi Katrin. I read your reviews on the Stokke V2 and the Mixx. It seems that the only thing “wrong” with the mixx is a very slightly less convenient fold- but its much better for recline, basket and has a belly bar. I def will be going on a subway- but is the fold THAT much less convenient on a seemingly better stroller- the Mixx that you would choose the Stokke over it? Or is the seat recline much less convenient and stick with the (still seemingly ok) fold on the Mixx? Sorry im a first time mom and cant decide! I am gettkng the Nuna Pipa carseat either way. Thanks.

  44. Hi Katrin

    I’m in between the stokke xplore black true timeless but not liking the bag at the bottom very much. Therefore I was looking at the scoot, but considering to have a second kid a year after the first. so I’ll need a stroller that holds two in the future. I’m also a big traveler road trips and planes. Also is the stokke carseat infant to toddler? I was considering the Stokke options, orbit g3, or bugaboo. Help!

  45. I have just purchased a used one.

    Help, I’m trying to remove the seat textiles to wash but can’t find any info on line. I’m not sure how to remove the arms that the canopy attaches too. I don’t want to force anything.

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