All user reviews of Stokke Trailz Terrain

19 parent reviews

The best stroller ♡ Both for the terrain and the city. A great fashion piece that is comfortable and practical.

  • Bucket seating
  • Large basket
  • Reflective logos
  • Leather covered, adjustable handle
  • Lying down is not possible in the direction of travel
  • Clumsy, heavy
  • Does not fold in one piece
  • Front wheel lock jams
  • Takes up more or less all the space in the car
  • Storage basket cannot be closed
  • Lacks a safety lock when folded
  • After a couple of months the chassis squeaked

I bought the pram new. My dream model - I was really looking forward to it, I read every review and watched all the videos about it. It was beautiful and stylish, I bought a summer kit, a winter kit, a fur... but after a while I think I've idealised it just by all the talk about it in the shops.

It fulfilled its purpose, but that's about it, it didn't leave any wow effect in me.

The Terrain wheels were getting softer and softer in the summer from the heat, and as for the Classic wheels - a complete disaster, and a very uncomfortable ride. These are only good enough for shopping, but I don't recommend them for regular city riding up curbs and on uneven terrain.

If I didn't have a bigger boot in my car, the stroller wouldn't even fit.

I lasted less than a year with it and couldn't wait to get rid of it. I really don't understand and am surprised how this mediocre stroller earned such a high reputation! Probably because they are loving the brand and design and stick to the motto that what is expensive is good; but for me, the Trailz in the future - no way...

Unfortunately a big disappointment

  • Tall seating
  • Inflatable wheels
  • Unstable frame
  • Squeaking after four months
  • Bucket seat
  • Narrow seating area
  • Small basket (low sewn sides)

The pram impressed me with its 'look', but disappointed me with its functionality. For the money I expected quality, but it didn't come with. After less than 4 months of use, the whole frame started to creak; with more wind, I had the feeling that the stroller would be blown away... I would have survived the bucket seat if my little son wasn't like a sardine pressed against the walls in there... Unfortunately a big disappointment.

  • It will cross any terrain
  • Solid frame
  • Nice design
  • Quality covers, possibility of different kits
  • Took up the whole car boot

I loved the pram and I still feel sorry for not having it anymore. We changed it only for the sake of compactness.

It was great for us. It went over any terrain without problems, it was sturdy. It didn't squeak at all, though my husband took care of it once in a while. The bucket seat is great.

A nice stroller for any terrain

  • Spacious bassinet
  • Great for winter, off-road
  • Large, spacious basket
  • Bad handling when pushing

A nice stroller for any terrain :)

High quality and reliable

  • Very high quality
  • For any terrain
  • Spacious carrycot
  • XL storage compartment on the chassis
  • Option to buy lots of interesting accessories
  • Design
  • Easy handling
  • Easy and quick folding
  • Durability of colours
  • By all accounts very comfortable :)
  • Price
  • Weight

I recommend it :) High quality and reliable stroller. Anyone who says otherwise is just jealous because they can't afford it :P

  • the best pushchair
  • no cons

I am very very happy with this pushchair. I am just sorry I did not get it sooner.

  • Everything
  • None

The best stroller on the market, just, the bigger the baby, the harder it is to handle.

Really the best

  • Goes over absolutely anytning
  • Folded size, it takes up our whole car boot 🙁

I've had 5 prams but this one is really the best.

  • adjustable seat
  • perfect driving
  • easy folding
  • for all terrain
  • large shopping basket
  • beautiful design
  • none

Maximum satisfaction in any terrain! Little one loves it, we ride it everywhere. Mountains, forest roads, city, grass. Thanks to the newborn insert and the reclining seat, we didn't even need a carrycot. It has a great shopping basket where I load up my groceries for the week, and to top it all off, it's really beautiful.

It's compact enough, I can load it in the car with no problem. I don't find it heavy or big at all, but I'm quite tall, so maybe that's why.

A beautiful stroller to look at

  • Great for terrain or bumpy/broken pavements
  • Great storage space
  • Easy to unfold and fold the stroller
  • Beautiful look
  • The frame is bulky and takes up a lot of space

Trailz is just a beautiful stroller to look at (since I am a woman, this is also an important detail for me). Super folding, can conquer different terrains, the carrycot is huge. I'm yet to try the seat unit, but I'm very satisfied. Proven brand and quality.

The frame needs a larger car, but I can take our smaller one, it just takes up space on the back seats :-D Otherwise, satisfaction :-)

The best out of all we ever had

  • large bassinet - Sammmy slept comfortably in it until 8 months, and he is not too tiny
  • super large basket, which I really appreciated with 3 children
  • the wheels do not rattle and goes though anything
  • just one, the weight of the pram

The best pram out of all we ever had.

  • Roomy bassinet
  • Large storage basket
  • Seat is higher up, so the kid has a good view
  • Squeaks
  • Rattles
  • Very heavy chassis

Not much for a lot of money, but on the other hand very spacious and practical for any terrain 😉

It tackles any terrain whatsoever


SUper happy with it, it tackles any terrain whatsoever.

  • Large storage space
  • Solid frame, does not squeak
  • Goes over everything
  • Comfortable handling despite its size
  • High weight

I am very satisfied with this pram. It is bigger, heavier and takes up a lot of space, but it is a "payment" for the bigger, stronger and more terrain chassis that we were looking for in a stroller. Despite its size, it is very easy to handle. I was worried about the inflatable wheels and defects, but so far no problem, and we don't cut the stroller any slack :).

All in all, I wouldn't change it


I use the stroller from September until (currently) March. My son is bigger for his age + we wears a winter footmuff all the time, and I have to say that he fits nicely into the stroller without being cramped or having his legs too squeezed in. So the carrycot, for me, worth of 100 points.

The chassis is also great in terms of the large inflatable wheels, which have also overcome any terrain in the countryside.

The shopping basket has a carrying capacity of up to 10 kg. It has often carried 1-2 bags full of groceries 😊 It's large and really practical.

But what is a minus for me is the little storage. I also didn't avoid scratches, loading it into the car is just a chore. I'm aware that if it was "more compact", it would be at the expense of the wheels or the basket. So I don't really care. But what I do complain about is that I sometimes have a problem with suspension, and it's also not so easy to control the stroller with one hand. But all in all, I wouldn't change it. I use 2 hands all the time anyway 🙌🏻🙃

An awesome - practical, designer pram

  • All-terrain use
  • Beautiful, robust, tall
  • Excellent manipulation
  • Design 👍
  • The only downside is the higher weight of the pram

An awesome - practical, designer pram.

My husband HATES this stroller

  • Shopping basket
  • Large carrycot
  • Different kits to add to it available
  • No chassis lock when it's folded
  • Squeaking
  • Neverending wheel problems
  • Heavy

This is my first stroller system. I have nothing to compare it to. But I can most certainly say that it's too pricey for what it offers. We have problems with the wheels all the time. Too little inflated, too much inflated, punctures, they get stuck... you name it. And I DID my maintenance and lubrication and all, more than once a month. Unfortunately, the stroller started squeaking after 8 months. I truly don't know which part of the chassis I didn't lubricate yet - but the noise makes me thing the stroller will fall apart.

I have to appreciate the shopping basket; however, I was afraid of it being too open at first. But for me, a shopping maniac, it's actually a big advantage. I can put there anything, no matter the shape of the loaded thing.

The carrycot is HUGE. My DD was there even in her 8 months, and that was winter, so she had a footmuff as well :-) Also, fabrics can be fully removed and washed.

The seat unit seems too narrow for me, in contrast. We went from the large carrycot to the seat now, and I am not sure about what to think. The gap in the leg area is also not comforting to me. I would like to put there some insert in winter.

To conclude, I would like to add one thing. My husband HATES this stroller. He gets angry every time he loads it in the car. The chassis doesn't lock when folded, and it takes up the whole car boot (of an SUV). Also, we get dirty (from the wheels) every time we load it because we always try to be careful not to scratch it while loading it in...

A perfect stroller


A perfect stroller, in my opinion.

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