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Liberty Renegade Walker by Jeep

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My son can’t walk yet but he sure can drive…

At 8 months old, we took Finn to Babies R Us (aka The Slappiest Place On Earth) so we could look at walkers. He was being Mr. Grabbyhands as usual and got his claws around the leg of a little Jeep Walker.

Seeing that he was interested in a particular model, we gingerly placed him in the seat and entered into a major debate on floor hygiene due to his lack of shoes… that is until he figured out how to get moving in it and started MOONWALKING.

Since the purchase, taking Finn out of his Jeep has required the Jaws of Life and a heavy dose of chloroform. The guy was obsessed and getting rid of it when he got older was so hard. He was like Corey Haim in License to Drive.

Finn smiling away in his Jeep

Finn gives us his best drive by smiling!

Anyway, this thing is incredible and really lets your kid fly around at lightning speeds. No more crappy round innertubes with wheels, kiddies.

Now, your kid can cruise in style with side mirrors, a rotating steering wheel with honking horn and music, a key ignition with engine sounds and an easy-to-clean, padded seat.

Seriously, do yourself (and your child) a favor and buy this thing. Besides the fact that it’s great and will give you some time with your hands free, it’s also on Amazon at a cheaper price than Babies R Used, I mean Us. It’s not like we get a tiny bit of cash if you buy it through us… oh wait… we do. Nevermind. But no one has paid us for this review, that’s for sure.

Liberty Renegade Walker by Jeep, Storm Color:


  • Finn was pulling 3 point turns in no time
  • Watch your toes because they will be targeted
  • Fine on carpets or hardwood floors, but not stairs
  • Easy to put together
  • Continuous height positioning

Tech Specs:

  • 24 x 25 x 32 inches
  • Shipping Weight is 12 pounds
  • Non-Skid Friction strips and independent front swivel wheels
  • 3 Stages of Height Adjustment


One Response to “Liberty Renegade Walker by Jeep”

  1. JeninCanada says:

    I’m always amazed that you can still buy walkers in the States. We’ve outlawed them here in Canada because too many kids were falling down the stairs, or into pools, and dying. Yes, common sense says ‘keep an eye on your kid’ but dammit we know you can’t keep an eye on them all the time.

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