Closeouts. Coyote's BP-13 sunglasses integrate bi-focals into their glare-fighting polarized lenses to keep you comfortable and squint-free while you do anything from poolside reading to waterfront fly-tying.
Reviewed by Sassy Granny from Eastern WA State on Thursday, March 12, 2015
My fly-tying, fisherman husband is absolutely delighted with his new glasses. I purchased a pair for myself a few weeks ago and he's been trying to steal them from me ever since. He couldn't be happier! The lightweight frames & polarized lenses make for soothing & comfortable wearing, while the bifocal insert is perfect for anything requiring magnification. Prescription lenses would cost at least 4-5 times as much, so we consider these not only a great find, but a great value as well.
Reviewed by Oleboomer from Mississippi on Thursday, March 5, 2015
This is my second pair of coyote polarized bifocal glasses from Sierra trading. I use them for fishing and driving. Construction is excellent and the optics are great. Great product and price for premium sunglasses.
Reviewed by Jim, an outdoors guy from Hudson, WI on Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Hey, arms not quite long enough. Tying on a fly while fly fishing and its getting a bit more difficult. These are the glasses for you!
I've purchased several pairs of these...not because they wear out or I lose them but because, like a lot of guys my age, I don't wear glasses all the time as I only need them for up close work...the typical reader glasses yet I enjoy the outdoors. I motorcycle, ski, fly fish, hike etc. so these polarized sunglasses with the readers are GREAT. You can pay over $200 for some of the big name brands but wouldn't you hate to loose those. For the same money I can have 6 or 7 pairs of these. I keep a pair in each of my vehicles so I don't have to go running around looking for them when I hop in.
Reviewed by 8wgt from CT on Wednesday, December 3, 2014
They look good and the polorizing cuts glare in bright sun. Was able to tie on a sixe 24 fly using the 2:00 bi-focal. Price was right. Showed them to my eye surgeon who just fixed my cataracts and he was amazed.
Reviewed by Phil from Santa Fe on Tuesday, October 7, 2014
These are a good idea but there are some issues. First they scratch easily. Second they are just like stickers for the bifocal part and those stickers are also tinted, so looking through the bifocal part its much darker than the rest of the lens, which is less than ideal. And lastly they are an odd shape, they don't look that much like the picture. I am using them but I wouldn't buy another pair.