Coach was founded in 1941 as a manufacturer of leather goods, and the company also makes fashion accessories such as Coach eyeglasses. Bonnie Cashin was a pioneer in sportswear who began designing Coach glasses in the 1960s. Coach was incorporated in 2000, and it currently operates 25 retail outlets in the United States.
All types of Coach eyewear have 100 percent UV protection with gradient lenses. They also come with an exclusive case and a velvet cleaning cloth. Coach eyeglass frames may be metal, plastic or acetate.
Coach eyeglasses for women include a new collection that was released in 2011. These glasses typically have elegant oversized frames with a flash of color. The earpieces are inlaid with metallic designs at the temple. Common colors of Coach eyeglasses for women include tortoise shell, blue and black.
Coach eyeglasses for men have a modern design with classic elements. The frames may be made of metal or acetate, and can have full rims, half rims or no rims. The colors for these models include black, brown, blue, tortoise-shell and crystal. These Coach eyeglasses for men have earpieces that range from 135 millimeters to 150 millimeters in length. The width of the lenses may range from 51 millimeters to 53 millimeters. Coach eyeglasses are also available in many unisex models.