Kolcraft Jeep Overland Sport Jogging Stroller

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Rating: 3.3 out of 5 (25 reviews)

The Jeep Overland Sport Stroller in Sprint is constructed to be the best jogging stroller for the value, the fixed 16 front wheel provides better handling over bumps and curbs. Baby stays happy through the extra miles when you both listen to your favorite tunes with iBaby sound system with amplifier. Simply attach your own portable audio electronics, like an iPod, and go. The 5 point harness and reclining seat keeps babys safe and comfortable. Parents will appreciate the height adjustable Smart Handle to accommodate different heights, the down-hill hand brake for more control and large storage basket to manage all their gear. The Jeep Overland Sport Stroller now featured in gender-neutral Sprint fashion.

Award-Winning Jeep Baby Gear provides parents the freedom to Go Anywhere, Do Anything for all of lifes best adventures. The full line of Jeep strollers, playards, walkers & baby carriers delivers function, innovation; originality & versatility that resonate with active parents.

Since 1941, the Jeep brand has been a symbol of freedom and capability. Designed for peak performance in rugged conditions, Jeep Branded products are created for living life without limits.

Features

  • Soft-ride 16 inch air filled tires. Front fixed front wheel for better handling when jogging
  • iBaby sound system easily connects to your iPod or MP3 player
  • Smart handle adjustable handle, down-hill hand- brake and safety tether
  • Convenient Free-Stand design stands upright when folded. Quick release wheels for more compact fold
  • Multi-position reclining seat, 5 point harness, and large storage basket

Additional Info

384315

70B58E62

031878029176

JJ014-XSR1

40 lbs

Joggers

No

Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Handle,Cargo Basket,Cup Holder(s),Sunshade,Tray / Bar

All-Terrain,City,Jogging,Walking

26.8

32 pounds

31.0 x 18.5 x 12.3

Kolcraft Jeep Overland Sport Jogging Stroller3.3525

25 Reviews for “Kolcraft Jeep Overland Sport Jogging Stroller”

  1. Heymrmark on June 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We just got it put together and it is going in the car to be returned after our first walk. Love all of the features, but the front wheel does not swivel which makes it impossible to steer.

  2. Mom of Maxx on June 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We love our jogger. It is great to be able to listen to your IPod while jogging, the stroller folds up easily, and the tires are road worthy. Would recommend this product. *If you like it for regular stroller use, it doesn’t have a swivel wheel in the front, so it will be hard to navigate. It is made for outside jogging and all terrain.*

  3. Jogging Mom on June 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this product after doing my homework on jogging strollers. However, on my first jog out I noticed this stroller pulled dramatically to the left even when walking. I was having to lift and shift the front wheel while running every ten feet or so due to pulling off of the road/sidewalk. We took it to a bicyle shop to have the front wheel trued up. However, it became obvious that there was a frame issue. We returned it to Baby’s R U thinking that another one would do. However, the floor model and another brand new boxed stroller have the exact same issue! We called Jeep and of course they say they haven’t had any such problems. […] You can lay the strollers down, spin the front wheel, and see this distortion in all of them. It appears the frame is stable until you hook on the front wheel (kind of important). Overall I was extremely disappointed since the stroller was so nice, and seemed to be one of the only strollers I could try out before purchasing. Now I’m back to square one and wasted my money at the bike shop. Thanks Jeep!

  4. Mom of 2 boys on June 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    The stroller is great folds up nicely rides smooth and the music is a big added bonus.

  5. jogger mom on June 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    i bought this stroller as my first jogging stroller because for the price and quality it seemed like a great buy. we got it put together and realized the frame wasn’t drilled correctly for the screws when you attach the front wheel. i didn’t even get to run with it. when i tried the stroller kept pulling to the left. the features are great, but we decided it will be worth it to spend a little more money for the bob or joovy. also, this stroller is impossible to fit into the trunk of a sedan. you have to remove all of the wheels and even then, the frame alone is rediculously huge.

  6. T's Momma on June 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Ok, to the people complaining (not only on this product but on all the jogging strollers), the front wheel is not SUPPOSED to turn. If you buy a JOGGING stroller to leisurely walk around the mall because you think jogging strollers are more trendy and hip and make you look cool, then you’re sorely mistaken. The front wheel is stationary for safety on trails and for higher speeds, aka, while running! Don’t think this stroller isn’t adequate for jogging just because a non-jogger says it’s not.

  7. FDs mom on July 1st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Works great at our country property and gravel drive. The large wheels make it easy to get through rough terrain and also works great on smooth drive. It’s better to have the fixed front wheel for jogging and rough terrain.

  8. Upset on July 4th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I was going to use this stroller for running, but on my first run with it I hated it. I run a lot of cruves and have to make a lot of turns where I run. Boy O Boy was this buy a bad one. Its very difficult to turn and just manage period.

  9. Ash Z on July 4th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This was our 1st purchase when we found out we were expecting. It goes on our list of best purchases. I recently ran a 1/2 marathon and did all my training pushing our DS. The stroller is a bit large but well worth it. Love that we can listen to music while on the go. The front tire is supposed to swivel it’s a true jogging stroller, it’s something you learn to adjust. We love that is can go anywhere no curb is too high.

  10. mom of 2 under 2 on July 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This is an affordable option to some of the more expensive joggers out there. Good for trail running. Not good for malls, grocery stores, etc. This folds up, but definitely not an "everyday" stroller. It is for jogging/ trail walking. Love the music and so do the kids.

  11. Heislek on July 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have been using this stroller to walk around the lake and off road in taller grasses. I love it. The tires are big enough to handle rough terrain and it steers easily just by adding more pressure to one side. I had intended to get a swivel wheel jogging stroller but mistakenly added this one to the cart. I am so glad I did. It actually folds up small enough to fit in my Jeep liberty where the other one I had didn’t fit well. And my little boy seems so comfy and he can see all around him. I love that the handle is adjustable up and down so it fits my boyfriend who is 6’2" and myself at 5’4". Best exercise buddy you can have.

  12. Active mom on July 14th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Thought I found the perfect jogger and asked BRU to allow me to try fitting it in my car before purchase. I’m so glad I tried it because the stroller was not even close to fitting and I have a large trunk in my sedan. Shame because it looked like a great jogger.

  13. Jogger on July 19th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller to go running with I loved how comfy it was for my son, but on our first jogging trip it pulled hard to the right. I returned the stroller and checked the two displays and one had a bent frame like the one I bought and the other was fine. I bought another one and that one ended up being just fine. I think buying this stroller might be hit or miss. It is awesome for running but you may have to return a faulty product to get the good stuff. I can only think that perhaps they are packaged incorrectly?!

  14. Walker Mom on July 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    The thing that bought me was the music player to keep motivated while walking. I also like the odometer. So easy to control and my son seems to love it as well. Every now and then I had to lift up the front tire to make a wide corner, but it isn’t that big of a deal. I love all the storage bags around it and and the weather sheild too. I would highly recommend this stroller!

  15. Breester on August 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I bought this jogger because I like to go hiking and do a lot of outdoors activities. My regular travel system made it very hard to do this. This jogger is great in sand, dirt, gravel,bark,ect. My daughter loves it. She will just sit in it for hours. The MP3 player makes it fun to rock out to some good tunes while out and about. I love that the front wheel is stationairy. I have used other joggers that have the swivel front wheel and it made it difficult going through dirt and gravel. This is a great buy!!!

  16. Cheryl, the runner on August 19th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I am going to keep this short and to the point:
    Pros – sturdy and very durable (I had my 3month in it), wheels have excellent tread, room to store or carry neccessities, great options with baby positioning and music, excellent for boardwalk and path walkers
    Cons – heavy to maneuvre (heavier than my current jogger which is a Safari Instep), not for a serious runner or jogger because of its inability to turn corners (fixed front wheel and heavy to turn on its side make it too difficult)

  17. Missy on August 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great for tall people – the bars are higher so it is so much more comfortable on longer walks!!! The wheels make for a very smooth ride. We also love that we can plug in our i-pod.

    It is heavy and doesn’t fold up as small as our travel system so we use this for walks and our Graco for the mall.

  18. Kayla on August 27th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I red a few reviews that this jogger pulls to the left, but decided to buy it anyway. Took it out for the first time yesterday, and I fought with it my whole jog! My right arm is sore from pulling on the handle bars, and my left arm is sore from pushing on them. I had to correct the front wheel about every 20 feet.
    Unfortunately, I am taking this product back to the store. Very disappointed in the performance of this jogger.

  19. New Mom on August 30th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is super sturdy and looks great, but it veers to the left, especially when you run. The front wheel is fixed which makes it ideal for running, but is difficult to turn on walks. We usually end up pushing down on the handle bar to pop the front wheel up when we turn. I jog on a track, so the pulling to the left doesn’t bug me much on the curved portion of the track. The music speakers are great, and my baby seems to like to listen to tunes too. Huge basket underneath for blankets, pacifiers, burp cloths and more! The handle bar height can be adjusted which makes it more comfortable for me and my husband.

  20. The Baby Jogger on August 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I researched a lot of strollers. We even registered for a Baby Jogger, which turned out to be for walking, not jogging. Upon returning the regular stroller, we encountered this wonderful stroller. With the help of a Babies-R-Us associate, we got all the information, tried it out in the store, then bought it online. The stroller handled rough terrain, road construction, and it’s pretty smooth, but it does PULL TO THE LEFT! I read about this in another review. That is the only problem with this stroller. We got the replacement warranty, so we will need to find out what part needs replacing. I love to use this almost every day, but it is larger. If you are going shopping in a store, take a smaller stroller than can swivel. I like having this one for jogging and long walks though and it was quite affordable. Make sure to buy a jogger stroller with rubber wheels that you can inflate, otherwise you end up with plastic.

  21. Mommy of 2 on September 1st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I am due in 7 days… I received this as a gift and currently have been using it for my son (2 1/2), he loves it… comfy ride, easy to push, it was also easy to put together. The only thing that i wish was different is i wish the front wheel turned. Other then that, i love it! Cup holders are deep enough so drinks don’t fall out when you go over bumps, the ipod hook up is a bonus, and the basket below. I love it!!

  22. Swish on September 5th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I was really excited because I have been waiting almost two years for this jogger. I took it jogging for the first time yesterday and I hated it. It pulled to the left and was difficult to turn. My baby only weighs 25 lbs and when I would try to turn or lift to turn it was extremely difficult!! On a good note my baby loved riding in it because it was comfortable.

  23. new mom to be on September 20th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I registered for this item hesitantly despite the earlier reviews. However, they ended up correct. right out of the box this stroller leaned to the left and the frame was bent. Immediately took it back and got a different brand…wasn’t even worth trying another one.

  24. Outdoor mom on September 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I was looking for an affordable jogger that could handle my gravel driveway and rugged terrain where I live. This jogger fit the bill. The only negatives I have for it is that it does veer a little to the left and it’s very big to fit in a car trunk, but it’s something I’m willing to deal with because of all the other pros. It’s fully equipped with cupholders, music system, a sturdy immobile front tire, and plenty of other perks. If you want something more affordable that can handle trails and rugged living, this one comes recommended!

  25. Mom of 4 on October 19th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Love this stroller… would buy it over and over. The only problem is……..I use it so much I popped the tire and had to buy another.

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