Innovation has always been inherent in Serengeti's DNA and they believe how you view the world says everything. Which explains why Serengeti has been committed to developing the world’s most advanced sunglass lens technology for over 45 years. Serengeti believe that technically-enhanced vision helps you focus on what truly matters.
Serengeti was born in 1982, after more than 100 years of research and innovation, with the objective of providing the best protection and the clearest vision as well as outstanding comfort.
Featuring gradually-adjusting Photochromic lenses, naturally color-enhancing Spectral Control filters, and glare-reducing Polarization. Every Serengeti lens is unique — and every frame is fashionable.
From timeless designs to beautiful acetate patterns and premium stylish frames, the Serengeti collection is diversified and offers the highest visual clarity thanks to its high-end mineral lenses.
Serengeti's collections reflect the image of each personality: strong, singular, crude or refined, with soft or aggressive lines, ambitious, elegant, adaptable and innovative.
Being passionate about highly qualitative and innovative products as well as making people (re)discover the world, has always pushed Serengeti ahead in creativity.
Serengeti make the most technically advanced eyewear available. High performance Photochromic and Polarized lenses with Spectral Control are specifically tailored to care for the eyes of drivers and pilots in ever changing conditions.
Serengeti leads the industry in creating photochromic lenses. Darkening in bright sunlight and lightening in overcast conditions, Photochromic technology allows your eyes to adapt to any light, in any weather.
Spectral Control Technology
Serengeti's Spectral Control technology fine-tunes the light waves passing through the lens, for a highly reduced blue light transmission, naturally enhanced detail and colors that pop, crisp and clear.
Polarised lenses suppress glare and sets your eyes free. When glare reflects off the road, water or flat areas, parallel light rays can pass through unhindered, while distracting perpendicular light is reflected.