Information about Coyote Eyewear Razor Sunglasses - Polarized
Closeouts. With a lightweight and durable Grilamid® TR90 frame and glare-reducing polarized lenses, the performance features of Coyote Eyewear's Razor sunglasses complement the sleek and stylish design.
Polarized to reduce glare
Polycarbonate lenses are impact and scratch resistant
Lightweight Grilamid® TR90 frame is durable and flexible
Reviewed by Robert in the Sierras from California on Monday, July 6, 2015
Just bought these and had hoped that they would be nice sunglasses but was disappointed at the clarity of the lenses and they really don't polarize that well compared to other similar sunglasses I have owned. I would not bother to purchase these again even at a good discounted price.
Reviewed by Greenmama from Colorado on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
These glasses aren't the shape they look in the picture. Yes they fit small faces from side to side but the lenses are rectangular and not the more sporty shape they look from the picture angle. Not what I was shopping for.
Reviewed by FV Pickler from California on Thursday, April 16, 2015
This is the second pair of Coyote sunglasses I have purchased from Sierra Trading Post. Both pair have been comfortable and durable. They are light weight and have terrific lenses. I like the fact there are no separate nose pieces. In fact, that's the reason I prefer these over my Oakley Half Jackets.
Reviewed by Sassy Granny from Eastern WA State on Friday, April 3, 2015
My husband recently had eye surgery and needs to wear sunglasses anytime he's outdoors. These are perfect! They fit well, are lightweight and fashionable. Long after he's recovered from the surgery he'll be wearing them because they're now his new favorites.
I generally like my sunglasses to block a lot of light and I would categorize these as blocking a medium amount of light. They are great in the car, but once outside they don't block enough light for me, thus I wish they were darker. I can't compare them to Bolle Reno glasses as I have never had them. I have no idea what makes them "sport" sunglassess other than being lightweight.
Answered on 4/20/2014 7:20:53 AM by Math Teacher from Ohio
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