Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller Review
In a Nutshell.
The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller has a narrow bus-like design. It’s slim even after expanded you won’t hesitate to explore public places with your little ones with this ride! If you’re looking for a triple tandem stroller that’s safe and comfortable for your kids and suits your family’s lifestyle, then the Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller is worth a look.
|Overall Score (100%)||61%|
|Value For Money (22%)||60%|
|Ease of Use (22%)||66%|
|Safety & Quality (22%)||64%|
Get to Know the Get To Know The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller
This triple tandem stroller can comfortably accommodate three kids of different sizes up to 40 lbs. per child. Each seat has a canopy and a five-point harness system with adjustable shoulder straps. Kindly note that the three seats don’t have a full recline, hence not suitable for newborns. It is easy to get your children in and out of this tandem stroller.
Due to its bus-like design, the Foundations Triple Sport remains slim even when it’s expanded. Its slim profile doesn’t take up the whole space of the walkway, so there won’t be any hesitation in going to public places such as supermarkets and malls.
Its firm and ergonomic handlebar helps to make it easy to maneuver this tandem stroller.
Its all-terrain tubeless wheels are made of rubberized foam – it’s a pleasant surprise to find that these wheels absorb shock more efficiently compared to the plastic ones. Tackling rough roads should be no problem with the Foundations Triple Sport.
This tandem stroller features a rear brake which can easily be set by foot.
- Its storage pocket is quite limited it doesn’t provide a separate pouch for each seat.
- While the stroller folds down quickly, it needs a large and wide trunk for transport, which could be inconvenient.
- It can be heavy and difficult to maneuver.
- It’s not compatible with car seats.
- It doesn’t support rear and forward-facing mode.
We analyzed the feedback of over 50 parents and the clear conclusion was that the Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller is a great option for families looking for a stroller that’s affordable, offers the basics, and suits their lifestyle. As it’s durable and comes with individual UV-blocking canopies that protect your child during those hot days plus seats that are comfortable, it’s great for hours of fun times at the playground, the zoo, amusement parks, and other outdoor locations.
The Foundations Triple Sport scored 61% in our tests, and it is definitely worth a look for parents seeking a practical, economical triple tandem stroller that can grow with their children.
Read on for the full details of our analysis.
How It Compares
Value for Money: 6/10
How much bang for your buck are you getting with this model?
The $ for $ value you get from this stroller is one of its stronger features, and the Foundations Triple Sport scored 6 out of 10 in this category. Based on our stroller survey, most respondents are happy with its overall performance.
It comes with some drawbacks though, in terms of its size, weight, and handling as a triple tandem stroller. It also has some build/design issues pertaining to its weight and wheel assembly; these are discussed further in this article.
To add, some of the less expensive strollers include essential accessories like a parent console and child tray. Unfortunately, this tandem stroller doesn’t come with those conveniences. To compensate, it comes with a single cup holder and belly bar which easily detaches for front loading.
But looking at it overall, the Foundations Triple Sport is a reliable bet with its affordable price, durability, and the fact that it allows families with three children close in age to leave the house and move about together.
That said, this stroller is a great option for families who want a triple tandem stroller that is safe and strong enough to hold their kids and belongings as they enjoy adventurous days out.
Do you need to buy a lot of extras or is it good to go out of the box?
It’s nearly ideal in every regard, except for the lack of a parent console for drinks or personal storage.
One parent in our survey also mentioned that there’s nowhere to put anything. She had to buy an extra little pouch to create a place for diapers, wipes, snacks all the essentials.
Is it suitable for a wide age range? Is it durable and will you get a good few years of use out of it?
The Foundation Triple Sport’s robust nylon fabric, large rubberized wheels, and durable tubular metal frame look to withstand the test of time. As this stroller allows a maximum weight of 40lbs. per child, it could be safe to say that it will last for about 3-4 years (and maybe 5 for some), making the $400 investment well worth it. One parent’s sentiment is worth noting, though. She feels that once her babies are older, they’re not going to have enough room in this tandem stroller and that she could spend upgrading to something else then.
The Foundation Triple Sport’s overall ease of use scored a 6.6 in our testing. Assembly and Set-Up was one of its strongest features, with weight, parent/child conveniences, and the harness not so good.
How easy is it to assemble out of the box?
Setting up the Foundations Triple Sport is very easy it just takes about 5-10 minutes to get it up and running. Just be mindful that it can take some effort to handle as it’s on the heavy side.
Just click the front and rear wheels, canopy, handlebar, and arm bar into place on the stroller chassis, and you and your little ones are ready for your adventures in no time!
Is the manual clear and helpful?
This tandem stroller’s manual is multilingual and features clear illustrations. It has easy-to-follow instructions for proper use and care. Check out this stroller’s multilingual manual to ensure proper set up and preparation for use.
For Assembly/Set-Up, we gave it a score of 8 out of 10.
Is it heavy to push, carry up the stairs, put in a car trunk, get on the bus, etc.?
The Foundations Triple Sport weighs in at 50 lbs. and is about two times as big as a bathtub when folded.
One parent purchased this stroller to use with her 1-year-old twins and a newborn. She had to return it as it was too bulky, heavy, and long. She also found it too difficult to fold up and store in the trunk of her Traverse.
This tandem stroller is not as lightweight or travel-friendly as would be ideal.
Is it comfortable to use?
The Foundations Triple Sport comes with a foamed spherical handle instead of an umbrella grip. This ergonomic design makes pushing and controlling this stroller a whole lot easier.
Based on responses in our survey, the height of the handlebar is most comfortable for a parent whose height is at least 5’9”.
Be gently reminded that opinions may vary on the comfort and ease of use in relation to the handlebar height of this tandem stroller.
Is it big enough and easy to access?
The Foundations Triple Sport has a large storage compartment which is located beneath the seats. It can hold up to 15lbs. (6.7 kg.); so while you and your little ones are out and about, it provides ample space for important belongings.
One parent says that she loves the zippered door that provides easy access to the bottom storage area.
On the contrary, one parent says that she just clips a bag on the back instead of attempting to use the available storage. This is because she finds that it’s not easy to get into, and her kids sitting in the back and middle have their feet in the storage compartment.
Despite this, the size of the Foundation Triple’s sports storage compartment is practical; it scored 7 out of 10 in our test.
Are the brakes secure and easy to apply?
Yes! This tandem stroller has a foot-operated brake system on its rear wheels. If you need to stop the stroller to do something with your hands, just step on this brake.
There is currently no feedback on whether these brakes are easy to apply in all kinds of footwear.
It’s a 7/10 for this stroller’s brake system.
The Foundations Triple Sport doesn’t include a parent console, unfortunately.
If applicable, is the car seat easy to attach / remove?
This triple stroller is not compatible with car seats.
A parent essential which this stroller features is the slide-on cup holder. It isn’t very sturdy though, and drinks tend to spill out.
The child tray is another feature that’s not included with the Foundations Triple Sport. To compensate, this stroller has a front arm/belly bar where items such as toys or milk bottles can be hung. When folding the stroller, the belly bar can easily be taken off to make the overall fold smaller.
Also, this front arm/belly bar detaches easily and helps with easy loading of the child into the front seat. Once seated, this bar locks in place and keeps your little one safe and secure.
Is there a hand tether where necessary such as in a jogging stroller?
This tandem stroller doesn’t have a tether strap like those found on jogging strollers.
Are there other accessories available?
Yes. The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller can be paired with a rain cover/weather shield. It is sold for $29.00 on Amazon.This clear weather shield protects children from rain and adverse weather conditions. Its durable vinyl cover fits snugly over Foundations triple strollers and most of the competition. Please be reminded that it shouldn’t be stored outdoors in temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
This rain cover features side flaps and a mesh window, which allow for air circulation. It conveniently folds to fit in its clear storage bag when not in use.
Is the seat recline easy to use? Can you do it one-handed?
The Foundation Triple Sport’s seat recline is more comfortable to adjust using two hands.
The front seat reclines at angles ranging from 0-30 degrees, while the rear seats recline at angles ranging from 15-50 degrees. It’s worth mentioning that the three seats don’t recline fully, hence the stroller isn’t suitable for newborns.
Below are some tips on how to recline the seats on this triple stroller.
For front and center seat recline adjustment:
- The seats have 2 positions upright and reclined.
- To adjust the seat back, pull up on the recline handle until the seat is released.
- Place the seat into the desired position and release the handle.
- Make sure the seat is secured in position after releasing the handle.
- Check the harness for security after adjusting the seat position.
For rear seat recline adjustment:
- The rear seat has 2 positions upright and reclined.
- To recline the seat back, hold the seat in an upright position and press on the buckle tabs to release both buckles.
- Lower the seat back into position.
- To raise the seat into an upright position, raise the seat back and attach both buckles together.
- Check that the buckles are fully engaged before releasing the seat back.
If you like reading manuals, check out the Foundations Triple Sport stroller manual which shows how to adjust the seat reclines of this stroller. Please refer to Page 11 of the product manual for these handy tips.
We gave this tandem stroller’s seat recline a 7/10. It is good but could be better.
One mom says that the seat recline can be a little difficult to set with a child sitting in the stroller, so be sure to make any necessary adjustments beforehand.
Is it easy to clip on and off? Is it comfortable for the child? Is it safe and secure?
This tandem stroller features a 5-point safety harness restrain system for each seat.
It’s easy to use you only need to adjust the length of the straps so that your toddlers won’t feel overly stressed in their seats. The fact that the straps can be adjusted to three different lengths is helpful for parents. Also, these adjustable shoulder and crotch straps make it easier to fit the harness snugly and securely on your baby and especially the wiggly toddlers!
One parent says that she loves the height of the seats and buckle choices. There’s just one downside, though the crotch part of the seat belts can be a little short.It’s a SIX from our scorers here.
How easy is it to clean the material, frame, storage, etc.?
Yes, it is. Here are some care and maintenance tips for the Foundations Triple Sport.Cleaning the seats, harness, armrests, arm bar and canopy:
- Surface wash only with mild solution of soap and water.
- Rinse with water to remove soap solution.
- Surface wash stroller frame, plastic parts, and fabric with mild solution of soap and water.
- Wipe surfaces with water to remove soap solution.
- Wipe or air dry.
A quick note some parents in our survey have reported that this tandem stroller can’t be washed, and the stains stay on the fabric.
It’s a six out of ten for maintainability.
Lifting and Moving When Folded
Is it easy to lift in and out of a car trunk?
The Foundations Triple Sport folds and extends easily. Once folded, it should be able to fit in the trunk of a big sedan and SUV. Please be mindful that this stroller might be too big to fit in the boot of small cars this could be an inconvenience for some families.
To get an idea of the space it requires, one parent says that it fits nicely in the trunk of a Chrysler Town and Country very easily.
Parents may also find it helpful to know that if fits through most doorways to take in and out of the classroom.
Folding and Unfolding
How it works
This triple stroller folds for convenient storage and easy transport.
It collapses and pops easily. One thing to note though, is that it doesn’t have a self-locking fold. Instead, it uses a strap to keep the stroller folded.
When folding it, you must lay it down, and it needs two hands to do it.
Here are some tips on how to fold this stroller:
- First, canopies should be folded together.
- Second, seats should be in the upright position for easier folding.
- Be reminded of the pinch hazard – please keep your little ones’ hands clear of moving parts during assembly, folding, and unfolding.
Once the above has been done, proceed to the folding operation:
- Locate the red release levers that are located on the left and right sides of the handlebar.
- Push the right release lever forward.
- Then pull both right and left release levers backwards towards the handlebar until it releases.
- After release, push the handlebar forward to completely fold this triple stroller.
- After the stroller is fully folded, insert the square plastic loop 90 degrees and push it through the “D” ring in the matching strap.
- Turn the plastic loop until it catches in place to secure the stroller in the closed position.
To unfold this tandem stroller, you just need to do a reverse operation:
- When unfolding, confirm that the lock release levers are engaged with a click.
- Push down on the stroller to make sure it doesn’t fold and is secure.
If you like reading manuals, check out the Foundations Triple Sport stroller manual which shows how easy it is to collapse and extend this stroller. Please refer to Page 8 and 9 of the product manual on how to fold and unfold this triple stroller.
There’s one gripe to bear in mind – parents have complained about the locking mechanism.
One parent reports that the closure to hold the stroller closed is difficult to use. It’s not a bar that you turn down to hook to the other side it’s a strap the must fit inside another strap. She says she can’t do this with one hand and hold the stroller up; she needs to lay the stroller down to close it so she can use two hands.
Folded sizeThis stroller has a folded size of 21″W x 20″H x 49″L or 20,580 cubic inches (about two times as big as a bathtub). It folds down easy and can fit in the back of a large sedan or SUV. The Foundations Triple Sport is not the smallest or lightest stroller, so if you’re looking for a stroller that’s convenient to travel with, just be mindful that even when folded, this triple stroller takes space and needs some effort to move it around.
Folded Up Dimensions
Is it easy to store in a standard family car? At home?
One parent says that it fits perfectly in a QX60 just detach the front bar for easier storage. Another parent reports that it fits well in the trunk of her Chrysler Town and Country.
Some parents think that it’s probably too big to run errands with, as it takes up a lot of trunk space – at times, they find the need to fold down their third-row seats in the SUV to fit it in.
Majority of parents say that it’s a pain trying to get it in and out of a sedan trunk.
We think that responses to this question will vary as it depends on what type of vehicle the family has.
On the home front, this stroller folds a bit big and is not ideal for compact spaces such as studio or 1-bedroom apartments.
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The Foundation Triple Sport scored 55% in Maneuverability – the lowest score in our test.
How maneuverable and easy to push is it?
This stroller’s swivel front wheels and ergonomic handlebar allow for easier control, but ideally with both hands.
One parent says that it would be nice if it was a little more lightweight, as being able to push it one-handed would be helpful. Another parent reports that it’s difficult to navigate it tends to pull to the right and steering would require constant counterbalancing.
Pushing around obstacles
According to one parent, her family uses the Foundations Triple Sport at Disneyland, and she finds it difficult to maneuver through crowds. Over time, she’s learned that if there’s more weight in the back, the stroller is easier to push and turn around obstacles.
Is frame width a problem in narrow spaces?
The tandem seating is helpful when going through single doorways and narrow entrances.
One parent reports that this triple stroller can turn corners with no problems, and that its width is perfect for going through doors at supermarkets and shopping centers.
How about stairs and escalators?
We haven’t received any feedback about parents using this triple stroller on stairs and escalators. And we hope not to get any! :c)
Is it easy to get up and down pavements and curbs?
While its all-terrain tubeless wheels help to provide a smooth ride when going over pavements, small bumps, or curbs, one parent says that the stroller’s weight makes it a bit of a challenge to maneuver.
How easy is it to push on rough surfaces?
How is it on uneven surfaces?
This triple stroller’s all-terrain wheels help it move over uneven ground easily. However, one parent has observed that the front wheels often look to come off on uneven surfaces. Also, it is hard to maneuver when going over bumps.
Good for rough ground
The shock-absorbing wheels of the Foundations Triple Sport helps it to glide on pebbled and smooth surfaces without it feeling too stiff.
Is the front wheel lockable?
Yes, the front swivel wheels on this stroller are lockable.
- Align the front wheels such that they are straight in the direction of the stroller moving forward.
- The swivel lock on the wheels should be lined up with the swivel lock track on the stroller frame posts.
- Push down on the swivel lock tab until it snaps into place.
- Check that the front wheels are locked in place.
- Repeat this for both front wheel assemblies.
- Push up on both the swivel lock tabs. The wheels should then swivel freely.
- Repeat this for both front wheel assemblies.
If you like reading manuals, check out the Foundations Triple Sport stroller manual which shows how easy it is to lock and unlock the front wheels of this stroller. Please refer to Page 13 of the product manual for handy instructions.
One parent’s observation the locks on the front wheels are in reach of a toddler’s feet. The locks could then be accidentally set at any point during your stroll, which poses a safety risk.
For more details on this, please see the Safety & Quality section below.
Safety & Quality 6.4/10
While at a higher price point, the Foundations Triple Sport comes with some hiccups, such as build/design issues pertaining to weight and wheel assembly. We’ve given it a 64% for Safety and Quality.
Is the seat fabric good quality? Does it feel durable?
This tandem stroller’s seats use nylon fabrics that are easy to clean. They feel durable and robust.
Does it feel well-padded and comfortable?
Its cushioned, water-resistant seats ensure that each child is as comfortable as possible. To add, this triple stroller’s seats equipped with a 5-point harness, which ensures your little ones’ security and comfort.
Be gently reminded that opinions may vary on the material quality in relation to frequency of use of the Foundations Triple Sport.
We scored a 7 out of 10 for the material quality – one of the higher scores we have given in all our stroller analysis.
Is it a robust, well-designed piece of equipment?
The frame of the Foundations Triple Sport is extremely strong, which is one of its best characteristics. Made with durable tubing metal, the chassis is sturdy it doesn’t go wobbly.
While this triple stroller doesn’t have built-in suspension, its all-terrain tubeless wheels are shock-absorbing, therefore ensuring a smooth ride for your little ones.
Check out the latest prices of the Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller on Amazon.
This stroller’s two rear seats measure 13.5″ wide and 16.5″ high, while the front seat is 13.5″ wide and 14″ high. For some parents, the seat width may seem a bit narrow for a 3-year-old.
The seats have a recline mechanism which can be operated easily. Ideally you’d use two hands just to make sure that the seat reclines have been set up safely for your little passengers.
What’s more, the seats are equipped with individual, snug and secure 5-point harnesses which ensure that your children are safe during your outings.
Some parents wish there was more space between the seats.
The Foundations Triple Sport features UV-blocking canopies for each row. These provide your babies protection from the elements the size is adequate to shield your children from the sun’s rays.When not in use, these canopies can be folded to collapse.
The canopies are durable, plus they move independently, allowing a parent to customize the canopy positions for each child.
One parent says that while the head covers are a bit shorter than average, these aren’t a deal-breaker for her.
This triple stroller has a footrest that is only for the front seat.
There are no footrests for the middle and third seats, so older children tend to push down on the cloth bottom area (which is effectively the storage basket area) this could eventually cause it to tear if allowed to happen.
Is it comfortable and easy to use both for the adult pushing and the child in the seat?
The Foundations Triple Sport has seats which can recline up to 45 degrees. Your children can still roam about a little to stretch and grow comfortably with this extra space.
There’s something about the seats that some parents don’t like, though. There are only two positions for the seats, and the upright posture is extremely upright.
Also, the seats don’t totally recline to allow the little passengers to nap.
Is the handlebar robust, well-designed, and comfortable to push?
This triple stroller comes with a spherical handlebar instead of an umbrella grip. It’s foamed and ergonomic, which makes pushing and controlling the stroller a whole lot easier.
Is the tray comfortable and easy for the child to use?
Child trays can’t be installed on this stroller, unfortunately.
Is the sunshade effective at protecting the child?
Children in this stroller are protected by UV-blocking canopies in each row. When not in use, these canopies fold up to save space.
In terms of size, some parents report that the sunshades are small and don’t really provide much sun protection for the first two seats.
How adjustable is the sunshade?
Parents like that the sunshades move independently, allowing them to customize the canopy positions for each child.
Is it rain-resistant?
As is, the sunshades are not rain resistant. This triple stroller can accommodate a rain shield which can be bought separately. Children will be protected by this stroller’s rain shield in adverse weather conditions. It is made of a robust, translucent vinyl cover which fits snugly over the Foundations Triple Sport.
Is the stroller nice-looking / stylish?
The bright hues of the Lime and Red models give the Foundations Triple Sport a sense of security because these colors are highly visible on the road. You and your three will feel safe and secure while out on your adventures!
Are there a selection of designs to choose from?
The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller has one design and is currently available in three colors lime green, gray, and red.
Parents especially love the lime green color, as it provides added visibility when crossing the street with the little ones.
Is it easy to use? Is it a safe and secure well-designed piece of equipment?
This stroller’s foot-activated brake allows it to be fully secured in a stationary position when parked.
To lock the brake, all you need to do is press down on the parking brake lock bar on the rear wheel. Check that the wheels are locked.
When unlocking the brake, just press down on the handlebar, place your toe under the parking brake lock bar, and lift it up.
Stroller stability is it likely to tip or topple?
One parent says that this triple stroller is heavy, and the seat backs don’t stay in place. Her babies tend to lunge forward when the stroller is brought down a slope – this a potential safety risk.
Another parent reports that the Foundations Triple Sport seems to encounter issues if the stroller is loaded unevenly or hit from the side.
Quality of tires/wheels and wheel assembly
The Foundation Triple Sport’s 7-inch rubberized foam tires feel smooth when pressed these contribute to the simplicity of steering.
There are issues with the quality of the wheels, though. One parent feels that this stroller is cheaply made, because one wheel falls off pretty much every time the stroller is used. Perhaps this could be a manufacturing defect.
Some parents report that the front wheels don’t turn very well and sometimes lock on their own. These wheels require checking each time.
As for the wheel assembly, its front swivel wheel is lockable. There’s one observation that is worth mentioning the locks on the front wheels are in reach of a toddler’s feet. These locks could be accidentally set at any time during your outings with your little ones, posing a safety risk.
Reliability issues on the front wheel were one of the biggest complaints we heard in our parent survey. Bear in mind though, that a vast majority of parents were very happy with their stroller overall.
Anything else I need to know?
As per Disney, strollers should be no larger than 31” (79 cm) wide and 52” (132cm) long when measured across the widest and longest points. Unfortunately, the Foundation Triple Sport’s dimensions don’t meet Disney requirements, with its width at 21″ and length at 58.5″.
One parent from our survey said that she’s been able to use the stroller in Disneyland. Perhaps she was just fortunate for it to have been let in on each occasion. It would be a hassle for your stroller to be denied just because it lies outside of the acceptable stroller measurements. Some alternatives could be to bring a double stroller and then a baby carrier. This way, you won’t need to worry about whether your stroller will be allowed in or not, as long as the double stroller is within the allowed dimensions.
In terms of warranty, Foundations offers a 365-day return policy for all online orders. As per Foundations website:
“As long as your item is new, unused, (unassembled) and in the factory sealed packaging with all tags and materials, you can return your purchase using your carrier of choice for a full refund within 365 days of the purchase date! Simply contact our customer service center to receive a return authorization number. We suggest using a carrier that provides tracking and delivery confirmation as we are not liable for returned packages until they are verified to be in our possession. Used and assembled items cannot be returned.”
Should I buy it?
We understand that it can be challenging to travel with your three little ones, especially if you’re alone during your days out. The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller will help make your daily outings with your babies a fun one!
Its classic and narrow design is helpful when taking the stroller through single doorways and narrow entrances. Its width is perfect for going through doors at supermarkets and shopping centers. It has a slim profile even after it’s expanded; this feature makes this stroller easy to push and maneuver. It won’t take up a big portion of the walkway, so there won’t be any hesitation in going to public places.
Each seat has an independently adjustable canopy and a five-point harness system with adjustable shoulder straps. One thing to be mindful of is that the three seats don’t recline fully – this triple stroller is not suitable for newborns. The weight limit of each seat is 40 pounds, and the children are easy to get in and out.
This triple stroller’s wheels are of made of rubberized foam, which absorbs shock better than plastic ones. As a result, your little passengers should be comfortable in their seats even when tackling rough roads. It features a one-step braking system at the rear which you can easily set by foot.
Talking about downsides – the Foundations Triple Sport’s storage options can be quite limited. It doesn’t provide a separate storage area for each seat. On top of that, the main storage compartment is not easy to get into, plus the kids sitting in the back and middle have their feet in there.
It lacks essential accessories like a parent console and child tray. It does come with a single cup holder and a belly bar, which easily detaches for easy loading of your child at the front.
While this triple stroller folds down quickly, it needs a larger and wider trunk for transport this could prove to be an inconvenience for families with smaller vehicles. It needs considerable space when storing at home.
It can be difficult to maneuver it weighs 50 pounds on its own, so if you add the weight of your three babies, this could be a heavy stroller to handle. You’ll need to be able to handle the weight.
The bottom line – weight and maneuverability concerns aside, the Foundations Triple Sport is a reliable bet with its affordable price, durability, and the fact that it allows families with three children close in age to leave the house and move about together. That said, this stroller is a great choice for families who want a triple tandem stroller that is safe and strong enough to hold their kids and belongings as they enjoy adventurous days out.
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I have two-year-old twin babies and a newborn. I wonder would this stroller be correct to use for my babies?
The Foundations Triple Sport 3-Seat Tandem Stroller is suitable for your two-year-old twins but not your newborn. An infant must be six months or older and able to sit up unassisted before it can be seated in this stroller.
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