Serengeti Sunglasses

Serengeti sunglasses are the sunnies born in the Sunshine State. The Florida eyewear brand opened its doors in 1985, and is now a favorite for performance and fashion sunglasses alike. The lenses of Serengeti sunglasses feature many different technologies that protect wearers' eyes and enhance visibility in certain situations.

Serengeti's devotion to technical details alongside exciting designs makes it a top choice for both men and women.

Technical Prowess And Fashion Know-How

Some of the features of the lenses of Serengeti sunglasses include:

  • Photochromic light adjusting technology: the glasses adjust to changing light conditions.
  • Blue light protection: light from the blue end of the spectrum can cause fatigue and wash out colors. Serengeti lenses block this light, making color contrasts more vivid
  • Polarization: polarized lenses cut down on glare from reflective surfaces, such as water and glass

When it comes to style, many Serengeti designs look like they belong on the open road-- or in the wild blue yonder. Aviator-style sunglasses and wayfarer-style shapes abound in the Serengeti designer sunglasses range. Frames may be made of flexible, lightweight metals, such as titanium, or of injected nylon, ensuring that glasses look good and endure.

Famous Fans of Serengeti Sunglasses

Among the celebrities and public figures spotted in Serengeti sunglasses are:

  • Kiefer Sutherland
  • Val Kilmer
  • Peta Wilson
  • Patrick Dempsey
  • Pope Benedict XVI
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