Brand Protection

Our Commitment Against Counterfeiting

Coach and its parent company Tapestry, Inc. care about the quality, workmanship and authenticity of every product we sell. Counterfeiting is illegal. Counterfeit products do not undergo inspection processes and often do not adhere to safety, health and wage regulations, including child labor and human rights laws. Counterfeiting has been linked to organized crime, child labor, and terrorism. Counterfeits can also harm the economy, including through lost revenues, jobs and taxes. It is estimated that counterfeiting costs the United States economy 250 to 500 billion dollars a year.

Our Brand Protection and Anti-Counterfeiting Efforts

To help protect our Coach brand and consumers from counterfeits, we work with law enforcement and customs officials in the United States and around the world to stop the shipment and sale of counterfeit goods. We also monitor online and offline channels for counterfeit merchandise.

Authorized Channels

Authentic Coach products are sold by Coach retail and outlet stores and online at www.coach.com, www.coachoutlet.com, world.coach.com or at authorized department stores and specialty stores. To find a store near you, visit ca.coach.com/stores/en_CA/store-locator.

We do not respond to requests to authenticate product or identify authorized distributors. Please note that if a deal or price sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We do not sell our products at flea markets, through street vendors, or in kiosks in malls.

Be wary of counterfeit websites which claim to be “official.” Websites offering counterfeit product often use misspellings of the actual word “Coach” in the URL. They may also imitate the layout and overall appearance of coach.com. These websites may also appear on search engine results. A few examples are: coachoutletfactory.org, coachbags.biz, coachonline.us.com

Auction websites may have counterfeit