The Walk’n’Chair is a folding wheeled walker with seat for people with lower extremity, mobility and walking disabilities. The Walk’n’Chair was designed primarily provide for stable navigation and travel over gravel, dirt and other rough surfaces and easier maneuverability up and down street curbs. It has four wheels; two large front wheels similar to manual wheelchair wheels and two rear casters with oversized tires. There are two hand brakes, one located on each of the handlebars, and each brake stops one of the large wheels. The brakes are lockable. The seat is located on the front of the frame between the large wheels. With the hand brakes locked, the user can reposition the seat back frame and handles, insert optional footrests, converting the Walk’n’Chair to a wheeled chair once the brakes are unlocked. There is a collapsible metal accessory basket that can be expanded and attached to the seat back frame and used for carrying items. DIMENSIONS: The open width is 30 inches, and the folded width is 15 inches. The seat measures (DxW) 10 x 15 inches, and the seat to floor height is 21 inches. CAPACITY: 250 pounds. WEIGHT: 35 pounds.