Boot Scoot balance bikes as low as $58 shipped

by Melody on June 4, 2012


Zulily has a FANTASTIC deal on Boot Scoot kid’s balance bikes: After shipping, pay right around $58.  These retail for $90 before shipping!  We bought our son’s Strider balance bike for $75 a few years ago and felt like we got a smoking deal, so I would snatch this up if you have been looking for one.

If you have not seen these before, they are wonderful.  They don’t have pedals, so kids push with their feet and learn to balance by themselves very early.  Our son is 3 1/2 and has been riding his for several months and he seriously cruises.  I honestly feel like he will transition to a two-wheeler with no problems as he has already learned to be in charge of his own balance.

Everywhere we go, people stop us and ask about the bike.  It has been so perfect, our son can’t reach the pedals on most of the tricycles we have tried out, but with the balance bike it’s not an issue.

  • If you are new to Zulily, sign up here
  • If you already have a Zulily account, sign in here
  • Click on the Boot Scoot event
  • Choose your style or color and add to your cart
  • Pay as low as $49.99 + $7.95 shipping

Your total including shipping should be right around $58 + tax.  I imagine these will go really fast at this price, so I would not wait if you are interested.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Emilie June 4, 2012 at 2:50 pm

We have this same one. It’s great!


Andee June 4, 2012 at 5:57 pm

Hey Melody,
What age did your son start riding this? Thinking about it for my soon-to-be 2 year old.


Melody June 4, 2012 at 6:28 pm

He was just a little over 2 when we gave it to him and he took to it right away. We’re actually giving one to Cole (he’ll be 2 next Monday) for his birthday! He’s a little bit more of a dare devil than his brother so I don’t think he’ll have a problem at all. The seat adjusts for height (at least on our Strider), which has been nice.


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