Find our more about Serengeti Sunglasses
Serengeti have always been about technological enhancements to make glaring sunlight as comfortable as possible, and are uniquely tailored for driving. Each frame is designed with precision and elegance firmly in mind, so even with all of the technology incorporated into them you can look as perfect as you want to.
The technology you need
Serengeti have been innovators in the sunglasses field, both in the lenses they make and the frames they create. Each and every lens comes complete with advanced photochromic technology that adapts to changes in light to give you the clearest image possible. This technology is not simply a layer added to the lenses but is molecularly engineered in each lens so they can never wear off or be removed.
In addition to this there is added Spectral Control technology that enhances colour and contrast of the world around you by allowing only certain wavelengths of light through the lenses such as traffic lights and hazard warnings. This combination of specialist technology is unique to the Serengeti brand making them a must if you find yourself driving a lot.
Of course, there is also the added protection of UVA and UVB filtering and the usual glare reduction you receive from polarised lenses.
It's not only the lenses that have all kinds of high-technology in them – the frames do too. There is the traditional nylon material which offers light and flexible frames that are stylish at the same time. Or, of course, there is titanium for that extra durability if you need them or Wire-Flex for that added extra flexibility.
Although, for the ultimate balance between comfort, durability and style there is the Serengeti designed S-Flex. The S-Flex is made from a combination of monel and beta-titanium and have been engineered with an 'S' shaped temple design, removing the need for a spring hinge, to offer a superior fit and comfort.
The style you want
The Serengeti sunglasses are as stylish as they are functional and have a long list of celebrities who have been spotted wearing a pair, including Val Kilmer and Patrick Dempsey. Even Pope Benedict XVI has been known to wear a pair. So if you buy a pair of Serengeti sunglasses you know you're in good company and can rest assured with the technology embedded in the lenses and the frames.