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Coach 8285U Progressive No Line Reading Sunglasses with Gradient

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Perfect for hours on the beach or behind the wheel, Coach 8285 reading sunglasses radiate uncomplicated elegance. The lightweight acetate frame has a softly rounded look with a bit of cat eye flair. Each temple features a sculpted C enamel button together with the Coach brand name. Every pair of Coach reading glasses comes with a signature protective carrying case and microfiber cleaning cloth.
  • Prescription Quality
  • Companion case included
  • Micro-fiber cleaning cloth included with each order.

Frame:

  • Optical grade plastic

Lenses:

  • Lightweight optical quality plastic
  • Distortion free
  • Thin profile
  • Scratch resistant coating
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Size and fit

Fits and looks best on faces that are Average-Wide in width.

Frames front view
Frame Width 147mm - 5 3/4 inNose Bridge19mm - 3/4 inHorizontial Lens 56mm - 2 1/4 in
Frames side view
Temple Arm 145mm - 5 3/4 inVertical Lens 43mm - 1 3/4 in

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  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
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    MARIA CASANOVA Houston, Texas May 16, 2022

    Love my glasses

    These transition sun glasses are the best I have ever had. I usually have to adjust/slide up transition glasses on my face to be able to read. This way I enjoy the sunglasses for driving and fun and I don't have to take them off or move them if I need to see something that is closer.

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