GB Evoq 4-in-1 Travel System Review


The GB Evoq 4-in-1 travel system has a sleek and modern design and grows with your child. You can purchase Evoq as a stand-alone or as a travel system with GB Asana 35 infant car seat.

This is a very simple and affordable model with a lot of great features found in luxury strollers.

The GB Evoq stroller has a reversible seat with a deep one-hand recline suitable for a newborn, a huge canopy, an adjustable handlebar, an adjustable legrest, an automatic lock, and a large basket. The two-hand fold is very easy and you can fold it with the seat attached.

The Evoq is a full-size stroller that you can use every day for running errands, going to the park, or a stroll around the neighborhood. Since the wheels are not very big and are not all-terrain, they perform best on flat surfaces but can tackle some so-called mommy terrain if needed.

One of the unique features of Evoq is a built-in glider board for an older toddler. You can move the seat down on the frame to provide your child with more standing room. This buggy weighs only 23 lbs with the seat attached which is a couple of pounds lighter than your average reversible seat model.


Despite all the great features I gave this model only 3.5 out of 5 stars because while it’s very affordable, the quality is just not there. At first, I really liked it, but after using it for a few weeks I started noticing things.

The whole construction is very plasticky and cheaply made. The wheels are not as smooth as I would like them to be and it’s very hard to navigate with one hand. BTW, I’ve seen a lot of parents complaining about the wheels. The lack of a suspension system makes it a bumpy ride if you take it on rougher terrain. The fold is a little bulky.

Unfortunately, there is no bumper bar or other additional accessories available. I also wish it worked with other infant car seats and not only Asana 35.

You can get the GB Evoq travel system in one of the three beautiful colors for around $429. It comes with a cup holder (that sticks out on the side always bumping into things).

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The canopy has two large panels plus one zipped-in panel that you can unzip to create more coverage. It goes all the way to the bumper providing full protection. There is also a large mesh panel with a cover that helps air circulation on a hot summer day. You can use it instead of a peekaboo window to check on your child.



The telescoping handle bar goes from 39” all the way up to 42” from the ground. Great for taller and shorter parents.



The seat is 11” wide with a 20” seat back and a measurement of 22” from the back of the seat to the top of the canopy. This is a very average seat size for a reversible seat stroller.

You can easily flip the seat by using two levers on the side of the frame. Again, this is a very common seat design that you can see on most of the reversible seat models.


One thing that I did notice was that the seat is a little rocky on the frame. It doesn’t really matter where on the frame it’s located and if it’s reclined or not, but you still get little back-and-forth motion especially when going over rougher terrain. I don’t think it’s a safety issue, but would like to see a firmer fit.


It has a one-hand lever recline that goes to an almost flat position suitable for a newborn. Since the seat is one molded piece, when you recline the back of the seat the whole seat reclines.

This lever recline is very easy to operate and is very smooth unlike some of the strap recline systems where you have to use both hands and a lot of effort. It has the same recline positions in both parent-facing and forward-facing modes.

The seat can accommodate a child from birth and up to 50 lbs. This lever recline is very easy to operate and is very smooth unlike some of the strap recline systems where you have to use both hands and a lot of effort.


The interesting thing about the Evoq model is that you can slide the seat down the frame when it’s in the forward-facing position. This is done so there is more room in the back for an older child to stand on the built-in glide onboard. BTW, you can also fold the stroller with the seat in the lower position.


In the photo below the seat is positioned lower on the frame so that an older toddler has more room on the built-in glide board.



Another interesting feature of Evoq is a built-in glider board. This is a small board located between two rear wheels that your toddler can use as a glider board when they are tired of walking.

This happens a lot to my daughter. LOL. Once I get far enough from my car I know there is no way I can carry that 35 lbs screaming bundle of joy all the way back.

If at 2 years you think I definitely don’t need a stroller anymore, wait till your child turns three. Their legs seem to get tired much quicker for some reason and the meltdowns happen more often. For me, terrible twos were not as terrible as terrible threes. That being said, gilder board is a great thing!



It has an adjustable padded 5-point harness with a center release buckle that is very easy to unlock. Your toddler might be able to escape :)



The adjustable legrest goes up and down. I noticed that in the upright position, it’s not completely up and still has a slight angle. The leg drop on the adjustable leg rest is 8”.

Although GB has also added a footrest for an older toddler that is a part of the stroller frame, I think it’s unusable since you can’t really move the adjustable legrest out of the way. It would be nice if the legrest could be adjusted slightly under the seat so the toddler could put their legs on the footrest.



The basket is a great size. It’s not very deep but is very easy to access from the sides and the front. It would be easy to access from the back too if there was no crossbar. For some reason they have a second crossbar going across that is very high and gets in the way. You will be able to fit your large diaper bag in it.


It has a one-step brake located near the right rear wheel that locks both rear wheels in place. It’s not flip-flop-friendly.



It rolls on four hard rubber wheels with 9.5” wheels in the back and 7.5” wheels in the front. The front wheels are swivel but can be locked straight. You can also easily remove the front wheels for more compact storage.

This is an average wheel size for a full-size stroller. For comparison Mamas&Papas Armadillo Flip XT rolls on 6.5” and 9” and Nuna Mixx rolls on 7” and 10”.



It’s a two-hand fold and you can fold it with the seat attached. First, make sure the seat is facing forward. Next, pull on two levers on the side of the frame and fold it down till you hear a click of the automatic lock.

This is not a very compact fold, but I like that it firmly locks in place without me jumping on top of it to activate the automatic lock. The folded dimensions are 37”L x 23”W x 20”H. For comparison, the Nuna Mixx is only slightly more compact at 18.6″H x 23.2″W x 35.5″L. One of the most compact models Armadillo Flip XT has a fold of 30″L x 22″ W x 10”H.



Before, GB Evoq was available only as a travel system, but now you can also get it as a stand-alone. It works ONLY with their GB Asana 35 infant car seat (without any adapters).

You can just replace the seat with the GB Asana 35. Now, because you are not installing it on top of the seat like in many other travel systems, you are not going to be able to use the stroller’s canopy for additional sun protection.

I am not a big fan of the Asana 35 canopy. I think it can definitely be a little bigger or have some sort of sunvisor. The Asana 35 can accommodate a baby from 4-35 lbs and 32”.

The unique FirmFit System on the car seat base provides an easier installation when using the vehicle seat belt to install it. It provides the additional force of 20 lbs creating a tighter fit. You can also use the LATCH system.


-Cup holder. INCLUDED!



-No bumper bar. There is no bumper bar included and they don’t have it as an accessory either. There is also no child’s tray available.

-Bulky fold. As with most reversible seat strollers, it’s a bulky fold. You can remove the front wheels to make it more compact. The rear wheels are not removable.

-Rocking seat. Not a big deal, but the seat rocks a little back and forth. I don’t think there is a safety concern or anything like this, but it does get a little shaky when going over terrain. I would like to see a firmer fit.

-No suspension. I would like to see a suspension system added because it makes the ride much smoother for little babies. It’s also very hard to maneuver with one hand.

-Short canopy on the Asana 35 car seat. The canopy is really small and I would like to see some kind of pop-out sunvisor.

-Plasticky frame. The whole stroller felt very plasticky and cheaply made.

-Works only with GB Asana 35 infant car seat. I wish it worked with the most popular car seats.

Video Review

Here is a video review from BabyGizmo.


Stroller weight: 23 lbs
Weight limit: 50 lbs
Folded dimensions: 19″ W x 21″ L x 13″H
Handlebar height: 41″
Seat to canopy height: 25″
Wheels: 5.5″
Overall length: 18″
Overall width: 19″


The GB has a 2-year warranty from the original date of purchase and you have to be the original owner.

Available colors

The Evoq comes in three colors: sterling, teal, and midnight. The frame is silver.


 Where to buy it

You can get the GB Evoq travel system in one of the three beautiful colors for around $429. It comes with a cup holder.

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Disclaimer: The GB Child USA sent me this travel system to review. As always all opinions are my own. No monetary compensation has been provided. 

2 thoughts on “GB Evoq 4-in-1 Travel System Review”

  1. I read in one of your other reviews (The GB Lyfe) that you weren’t impressed with the quality, does that stand true with this stroller as well. I was originally torn between the Baby Jogger City Mini GT or the Baby Jogger City Premier (and I know they are kind of different classes of stroller) but I really like the compact fold of those but the price was a bit of a turn off when I saw the Evoq, car seat and stroller with the built on ride on board seems like everything we would need. Would you recommend it or go with the tried and true Baby Jogger?

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