A Review of the Serengeti Matera by Flight Sunglasses.com. Featuring Serengeti Models 8728, 8287, 8724, 8726. The Matera comes in Non Polarized and Polarized Options. All Serengeti Lenses are Photochromic or Light-Adjusting lenses.
A Review of the Serengeti Velocity Sunglasses by Flight Sunglasses.com. Serengeti Model 6935, Espresso, Titanium, Non Polarized Drivers Gradient Lenses. Excellent Aviator Sunglasses That are Popular with Professional Airline Pilots. All Serengeti Lenses are Photochromic or Light-Adjusting lenses.
A Review of the Serengeti Modugno Showcasing Model 8408 - Shiny Dark Gunmetal with Drivers Non Polarized Lenses. Great Deep Lenses, Perfect for Pilot & Drivers.
A review of the Serengeti Medium Aviator by FlightSunglasses.com. Includes Serengeti models 8265 with Blue 555nm Lenses and 6826 with the popular Drivers Gradient Lenses (amber). Both Photochromic Lenses with Titanium, Light-Weight Frames.
A review of the New 2015 Sestriere Serengeti Sunglasses by FlightSunglasses.com. Models 8110 Blue Lens, 8107 Amber Drivers Lens, and 8108 Drivers Green Lens. Light-Weight, Streamlined and Stylish, the Sestriere will be one of the more popular new models from Serengeti.
This video compares Non Polarized to Polarized Sunglasses in a modern aviation cockpit. The negative effects of polarized sunglasses are "eye-opening".
A Review of the Serengeti Treviso Showcasing Model 8438 - Satin Titanium with Drivers Non Polarized Lenses. Light-Weight and Comfortable, Perfect for Pilot & Drivers.