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Coach Sunglasses


Coach sunglasses are known for being of the most popular sunglasses on the market. The counterfeits that have surfaced are far lower in quality but, in some cases, hard to detect for someone that is not familiar with the brand. View the steps below so you don't get fooled by the fakes.


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The first thing to do is look at the quality of the glasses (and the box, if they are new). If it does include a box, make sure everything is spelled right and that there are no printing quality issues.

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Next make sure there is a "Coach" logo on the arms of the glasses. Pay attention to the details, including the gaps where the logo fits into the frame. If there are any noticeable gaps, they are probably fakes.

Now look at the letters in the logo. They should be crisp, high quality. The "Cs" should match each other in size and shape. The "A" should come to a point on top (not rounded), and they should all line up on the top and bottom.

If you see any of these things that don't look exactly right, assume they're fake.

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Next, make sure the Coach model number is printed on the inner stem. If you don't see a model number, they're fake.

Now search for your model number on the internet and make sure the ones you find, with that model number, looks like yours. Sometimes the numbers of the counterfeits don't match up with the real ones.

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Next, look at the hinges. They should be very high in quality and should have ease of movement. They should not be too tight or too lose. The stems should have fluid movement and not get stuck anywhere.

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Next, If your Coach sunglasses claim to be polarized, check for polarization. Put the sunglasses up to a computer monitor and rotate them back and forth. If the glasses are polarized you will see them turn dark.
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