Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller

JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED URBAN STROLLER by Jeep (Kolcraft)
Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Stroller Review
This cool looking stroller comes with a removable child tray with 2 cup holders and toy steering wheel, which will keep baby entertained. It is equipped with 12-inch inflatable tires, which are capable of gripping all types of terrain (grass, dirt, gravel, trails, etc). For full control, the swivel front wheel locks for uneven surfaces. A smooth ride, regardless of surface, is the most talked about feature of this stroller. The multi-position reclining seat, which by the way goes all the way down for nap time, is designed to accommodate infants and toddlers up to 40 lbs. In addition to the basket, which is conveniently located underneath the stroller, there are Velcro-shut compartments on each side of the seat. They come very handy when looking for a place to store personal stuff. The really cool feature of the Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller is that it easily folds with only one hand. Once folded, it conveniently stands. The icing on the cake id the iBaby sound system to plug in your iPod, iPhone, or MP3 player! Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Stroller is best suited for active, brisk walks, running, jogging, nature walking, mild hiking, and adventure.
JEEP History
Jeep is one of a few recognizable brand names under Kolcraft company, which also, includes Contours, Sealy and Sesame Street. Kolcraft was founded in 1946 by Leo Koltun around Chicago.
JEEP Design
This family owned business is proud of its neat baby product designs, which range from cribs and baby jumpers to toys and strollers.
Data Interpretation
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