About Coyote Eyewear Shifter Sunglasses - Polarized, Photochromic
Closeouts. Shift into high gear on road, sidewalk or trail with the featherweight, semi-rimless design of Coyote Eyewear Shift sunglasses. The polarized, photochromic lenses cut down on glare and adjust automatically to changing light conditions.
Specs about Coyote Eyewear Shifter Sunglasses - Polarized, Photochromic
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Frame material: Grilamid® TR90
- Lens features: Polarized,Photochromic
- Style: Semi-Rimless,Wrap
- Extra lenses: None
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Medium
- Temple to temple: 5-1/4"
- Light transmission: 23%
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Weight: 0.6 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great product!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Guy wearing Coyote Eyewear from San Francisco on Monday, July 9, 2018Great product! Very please with purchase. Wear them for regular bike rides.
Photochomic?Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kevin from Orlando on Tuesday, April 24, 2018Good look and they feel very comfortable but the main reason why I bought them it's because they are photochomic (or so they say). They're not clear indoors and they're not dark outside, they're somewhere in the middle all the time. They don't transition.
Driving GlassesReviewed by Big Tom from Groves on Tuesday, April 17, 2018I bought these for overcast days and driving in the car. They fit the bill exactly. I've tried them outside at the height of the day, but they don't provide as much shade as I'd like or as other glasses. These however are perfect near dusk as they lighten up. They fit well for an above-average head size and so far seem durable. I'm a fan of Coyote anyway since my wife stole from me a different pair that remained scratch resistant and stylish for over 12 years - until she lost them somewhere.
super lightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Chicago from chicago on Friday, February 9, 2018Son loves this for running. First pair got stolen in school in no time. Told him to keep this pair in his car.
Great for huntingVerified Buyer Reviewed by Dirt Road Dream from Clanton AL on Monday, February 5, 2018I wear these all day in any weather and they really help me spot the deer. I wear them right until dark and the transition is awesome!
Great glassesVerified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoor enthusiast from Oregon on Thursday, February 1, 2018I love these glasses. I have owned several pairs and I should really order another set as a spare. Because they are photo chromatic they are great for wearing on cloudy, darker days where you just want to cut the glare. They are my "go to" glasses.
Very nice, but wideReviewed by mab from CA on Thursday, November 2, 2017These are very nice sport glasses. Alas, they are too wide for me (although I have a small face, I typically fit glasses in the small and medium range, as classified on this web site)
Works pretty well for fishingVerified Buyer Reviewed by Telemark guy from NJ on Monday, July 24, 2017Bought these as fishing polarized glasses for use in varying sunlight conditions. Tested them a week on everything from clear days on a lake to small streams under a heavy canopy. Works reasonably well and adjust OK to changing conditions. I have a wide face and these are a bit tight on me but they are also very light so not a major problem for me.
Great Sun GlassesVerified Buyer Reviewed by Colorado Hiker from Colorado on Thursday, June 22, 2017These are very good glasses with little distortion. They are polarizing and have some photochromatic properties. Very good deal for the price. They are good for driving as they do not get as dark in the car.
LightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Chicago from Chicago on Thursday, June 1, 2017Got this for my son for running. He loves it. The lenses are not too dark so he doesn't have to take them off while in the shade.
Question & Answer
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“will these work for ocean fishing?”
I am not an ocean fisherman. These work fairly good to reduce the glare from streams at 11,000 ft above sea level. The lenses can come out with a hit from a wave in a river so I do not take them rafting. They are a lighter photochromatic which I like for hiking and driving. Like the gray lenses best
These do not specifically state whether they are or are not good for ocean fishing, but I would think that they would work just fine, as they are polarized and photochromic.
“How wide (hinge-to-hinge) are the sun glasses?”
According to the product specs above: Temple to temple: 5-1/4"