I'll start off by saying that I've pushed my two kids on over 100 runs between 3 and 20 miles with this stroller. I even ran through 13 miles of mud and driving snow with it (I had the rain cover on...). I also own a single BOB Revolution SE which I've used quite a bit. All of that being said, it's on par with the BOB but I'd probably give the BOB a slight edge for one reason: these seats aren't as comfortable for the kids. In this stroller I would describe the seats as ledges, in the BOB they're buckets. My other thoughts are as follows:
- The Thule was cheaper when we were searching, especially when you consider that the adjustable handle bar and hand brake come standard (both of which have come in handy on multiple occasions).
- The strap that adjusts seat back elevation in the Thule doesn't clamp very well. This is actually nice when your kids want to lie down and can do it themselves by just throwing their head backward. Much more often, however, they end up slowly creeping backward and I have to stop, crouch down and readjust the back rest once they complain enough about it. The BOB has a better system in my opinion.
- The Thule is a little easier to fold up, but the rubber strap doesn't keep the stroller snug when folded like it does on the BOB.
- Wheels are slightly easier to remove on the Thule
- The feature to pull the sun shades forward and communicate directly with your kids is actually really nice on the Thule. The BOB just has a window which is essentially useless.
- The front wheel is able to vibrate slightly when it's locked on the Thule which worried me a little at first, but has never actually caused any problems.
- The covered storage is nice on the Thule, especially when running in inclement weather with a few electronics on board (although the bottom can end up getting filled with water when running through a lot of muck, so extra protection is advisable).
- We bought the rain cover and caddy, both are nice and work well.