In our previous post we showed you some of the trendiest Serengeti models, sunnies with acetate, Trivex or Nylon TR90 frames. Today we have selected a different type of Serengeti offering, probably the sunglasses for which the brand has received the most recognition—until now. These shades feature metallic frames, mainly in stainless steel or titanium.
Nonetheless, these pieces offer the same superior performance. When wearing them you’ll see brighter colors, reduced glare and enhanced clarity; consequently, you’ll suffer less eyestrain.
The molecules in the lenses manufactured with Photochromic technology expand in brighter conditions. Conversely, in darker situations the molecules compress and separate in order to let more light in. In addition, Spectral Control technology filters specific wavelengths, which sharpens color contrast even more. Lastly, Polarization technology reduces glare since it only lets in preferred light—parallel light enters, but perpendicular light is limited. But some models are available with non-polarized lenses, if you prefer.
Serengeti has made a clear statement when choosing its ambassadors. Sabine Schmitz—professional driver and auto enthusiast—, Anand Varma—nature photographer and biologist—, Céline Cousteau—marine preservationist and documentarian—and Matt Wright—wildlife conservationist and bush pilot—are travelers and adventurers who need the best sunglasses so as not to miss a thing of what their privileged eyes are witnessing.
Like them, you can also appreciate the world with unparalleled definition. You just need a pair of Serengeti sunglasses!