How to spot the fake Coach sunglasses
Coach was founded in 1941 as a family-run workshop. In a Manhattan loft, six artisans handcrafted a collection of leather goods using skills handed down from generation to generation. Discerning consumers soon began to seek out the quality and unique nature of Coach craftsmanship.
Differences fake Coach sunglasses
1. The original Coach glasses cost 115 – 170 euro, the fake 20 – 70 euro. Please note, online pictures may be real, check the site’s return policy.
2. The new Coach sunglasses are packed in a retail box. Check if the logo and font match the original. Older models may vary by color and style.
3. The original Coach glasses come with an information brochure. Check the font, distance and positioning of the logo, also for other spelling errors. If this brochure is missing, then you are dealing with a fake.
4. The Coach glasses come with a dust cloth featuring the CC logo, several times. Carefully check the distance and positioning of the CC letters.
5. The authentic glasses feature a small engraved logo on the right lens (COACH – uppercase). Check if the engraving is clear, especially letter H. The glasses that don’t feature this logo are fake.
How to tell if the Coach sunglasses is original
6. The original glasses show the frame and lens sizes (on the nose pads), if this information is missing, then you are dealing with a fake.
7. The inside of the right temple features the company logo (carefully check letter A – first line thinner), followed by the serial number, style number and CE (European Conformity).
8. The inside of the left temple features information about the frame and lenses. Check if these details match the ones engraved on the nose pads.
9. SHOP FROM OFFICIAL STORES ONLY.