ITEM# ST1011

BOB Sport Utility Stroller Duallie Double Stroller - Orange

This item is discontinued.
  • Fixed front wheel provides increased stability hiking, jogging or when the trail gets rough.
  • Easy, two-step folding, lightweight frame for convenient transport and storage.
  • State-of-the-art, adjustable suspension system provides an exceptionally smooth ride.
  • Accessory Adapter allows for quick and easy attachment of BOB® Infant Car Seat Adapter or Snack Tray.
  • Ultra-padded, adjustable and independently reclining seats for enhanced seating comfort. Five-point padded harnesses keep your children comfortably secure.
  • Independent multi-position canopies adjust for protection against the elements. Large viewing windows let you keep an eye on your babies.
  • High-impact polymer composite wheels with pneumatic knobby tires and tubes provide increased traction and toughness.
  • Low Boy Cargo Basket provides plenty of undercarriage storage. Additional space in large seatback pockets. Internal seat pockets provide great place for snacks and toys.
  • A simple twist of the front wheel tracking adjustment dials keep you rolling straight.
  • When engaged, parking brake helps secure a stopped position. Hand Brake provides additional stopping assistance when strolling.

    Item Package Weight: 44.09
    Item Package Length: 35.00
    Item Package Width: 32.50
    Item Package Height: 11.00
    Item Weight Assembled: 36.00
    Item Length Assembled: 54.7
    Item Width Assembled: 30.6
    Item Height Assembled: 40
Product Reviews
out of 5.0
11 Reviews
Ratings Snapshot
of Reviewers
Verified Buyer
best stroller ever
September 20, 2019
best stroller ever! im sad my kids are now too big for it. never had any problems with it.
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San Jose, CA, United States
Verified Buyer
Solid stroller that's great for running
September 17, 2016
I also have a single BOB Revolution SE stroller. The double is obviously bigger, and aside from that, the biggest difference is the fixed front wheel. It does take a while to get accustomed to it, but I have been using it to push my five year old (44 pounds) and 13 month (24 pound) daughters on our daily runs together. It handles terrain really well, and I have no doubt it's making me a stronger and faster runner. However, don't buy it if you're not going to run with it, since pushing around at a leisurely walking pace would be very cumbersome.
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Medford, OR, United States
This is how I lost my baby weight!
September 14, 2016
I absolutely love the Bob Duallie jogger. It is by far the most helpful product I could have ever purchased and hands down the best jogger on the market. I've used it daily for years with both of my children from infant to the age of 7! It works on every kind of terrain imaginable. Oregon has mountain trails, sandy beaches and the infamous rainy Portland suburbs. The Duallie jogger became my own version of crossfit and my son and daughter were happy with snack trays and side pockets to hold books and toys. My children were so comfortable that they would nap in the jogger when they were sick or tired. That alone is worth it's weight in gold.

If you do your product research, you will find that Bobgear is quality and resale remains high. I've actually had other parents ask me to let them know if I ever want to sell it!

Bobgear also has a special place in my heart. My friends and family have a mother / daughter relay team that we've continued for years. The Hood to Coast/ Portland to Coast is the largest relay in the U.S. and our sole purpose is to raise money for those battling Cancer and remember those we lost. Everyone on our team has been affected. I wrote a letter to Bobgear and they generously donated a jogger to raffle and raise money for our cause. Yes I do recommend this product and this company.
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Texas, United States
Verified Buyer
Unhappy customer
April 17, 2016
I bought this stroller because I had heard such great stories about bob strollers. I need something to fit my needs with my twins. I do not like this stroller and am so unhappy with this purchase especially for the price. This stroller is hard to maneuver, you have to buy everything separate (adult cup holder, child cup holder, Cover etc) Every time i want to turn i have to pick up the stroller to turn it or move it over. The wheel has fallen off several times because of how i have to turn it when i come around corners etc. The fabric is also coming undone on one part of the stroller. Having a baby is very expensive but having twins is even more expensive so it is heartbreaking that this stroller was a waste of my money.
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Las d.
Las Vegas, NV, United States
Verified Buyer
This is a PURPOSE-BUILT Stroller
February 23, 2016
I am reading some of the negative reviews below, and I feel it is necessary to clarify something: this is a PURPOSE-BUILT stroller. That is, it was built for a single purpose and that purpose is jogging or running. It is NOT a casual stroller for everyday use! It has a fixed front wheel for a reason: Wheels which articulate on a free-axis are horrible for jogging or running at speed. Even ones that lock have just enough play to become cumbersome. Additionally, off-road trails are murderous on small, articulating wheels. This stroller is not heavy. At under 40lbs it is relatively feather-weight compared to other strollers built for the same purpose. I had a Schwinn jogging stroller (which I absolutely loved) and it weighed around 35 lbs - for a single. With a kid, equipment, etc. You are easily pushing 75-80 lbs around no matter how you cut it.

This is a fantastic RUNNING stroller, but that is what it was built for. If you are buying it for any other casual or every-day purpose (like grocery shopping, strolling around the park, museums, etc.) you will not find it to your liking. I suggest a BOB stroller with an articulating front wheel for that purpose. If you are buying it for pure running, especially some off-road or trail, you will be very satisfied. One note is that if you are planning only using this for on-road running, the metal-spoked triathlete model is probably better suited for you.
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Texas, United States
Verified Buyer
double stroller
January 15, 2016
I bought this double stroller for my twins and I thought I was going to love it ...but I do not like it at all!!! It is hard to maneuver. tires are always flat... you have to buy everything seperate... (cup holders, cover, key compartment , snacking trays) it's hard to turn . I have tried taking it museum, park, mall, restaurants etc and it's a big hassle trying to turn it and get it situated. I'm so disappointed especially for the amount of money it cost me.
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California, United States
Verified Buyer
Epic Stroller
May 17, 2015
This stroller will go anywhere. It will cross creeks and streams. I've lifted it over big redwood deadfalls with my kid safely strapped in. It will carry all your gear and food for the day. It's comfortable enough where my son just chills on 10-12 mile hikes. It will handle tons of road miles too. It does is all. I can't recommend it enough.
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Harrisburg, PA, United States
Great little (big) buggy
April 15, 2015
I have only taken this out once bc my second passenger isn't out yet. But I have a single revolution SE to compare with. I was apprehensive about getting a fixed wheel dualie but after taking it for a few mile walk I really really like it and so does my 36 inch tall just turned three year old. I haven't tried taking it through doors but it easily moves on and off sidewalks and across roads with just a slight push to the side you want to turn. Bigger turns you need to muscle a lot more. I love the fact it has a hand brake. I often found myself feeling slightly nervous running downhill with my big girl in the single without a brake.
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Hudson, OH, United States
Verified Buyer
It broke after only a few uses!
April 15, 2015
So disappointed, after a few uses the screw and front wheel bent as I was lifting up the front over a curb at a street fair with my 2 kids in it! They only weigh a combined 63lbs and I've always used it correctly so there should be no reason for this to have happened. My husband tried to re-straighten the screw and reattach the wheel so it's usable again, but I no longer trust putting my kids in it so it's just sitting in my garage. I was so happy to get this stroller so I could use it for running and around town, but now I feel I've wasted my money. :(
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Owosso, Michigan
Verified Buyer
Great stroller!
April 29, 2013
I really like the stroller! I have used it many times and haven't had any problems. I would give it a five but if you have tall children this may not be the stroller for you. I have an average child and she is fine. I knew this before I purchased this stroller. I do wish the top canopy was not attached to the handle bar on my single it is not attached and I can then put the canopy on front to block the wind or the sun when they are sleeping. I went back and for about purchasing the fixed or non fixed wheel. I truly don't mind the fixed wheel. It still turns slightly without picking up the stroller.
  • Good stroller for the price.
Best Uses
  • Running on the road-- no complaints
  • Head height room
29 palms, ca
Verified Buyer
love it
December 27, 2011
Love this stroller! I run with this about 5 times a week. It is an essential in my life now. We live on a gravel road and it maneuvers very easily. My boys seem to love it too. The seats are very cushy. Yesterday my 15 month old was laughing like crazy going over bumps on a gravel trail. In short it is any running moms dream.
  • Light weight
  • Smooth ride
  • Can go on trails
  • Everything
Customer Q&A
1 Question & 0 Answers
shimaa raafat
from sydney asked:
September 19, 2015
What are the maximum weight per seat?