Reviewed by High Desert Texan from New Mexico on Saturday, September 28, 2013
Wore these on the San Juan this past weekend. Great product. These are built solid and wear very comfortably. I think most folks might not be sure about the style, but I think they look great. I wear them around town often even though I said I would save them for fishing only. I've been waiting to find a good deal on some glass lenses for a while and these are most definitely them. No funny rainbow glare. The polarization is great. We'll see how they hold up but I expect good things from this brand. Snatch 'em up.
Reviewed by RetiredFedAustin from Central Texas on Wednesday, August 7, 2013
This is the fourth pair of Serengetis I've owned over the years. Although I've tried Raybans, and Oakleys, they just don't compare!
This model provides the best coverage so far which is critical for me and I have a wide face. Also I can't tolerate sunglasses resting
anywhere on my face and these don't.
Reviewed by Dogwalker from Waterbury Center, Vermont on Saturday, December 8, 2012
Don't believe what you read about these running small. I almost didn'y buy them because of the reviews. That would have been a huge mistake! I use them everywhere during the winter and they are especially good on sunny winter days that beg for eye protection.
Reviewed by Bulldog from Charlotte, NC on Thursday, November 1, 2012
If you have a large head, these sunglasses will probably be too tight on your temples. Also, the arms may be too short to reach behind your ears and keep the glasses in place comfortably. I have owned Serengeti sunglasses before and the quality is very good. I also recommend the glass lenses to minimize the chance of scratches. It's worth the extra cost for polarized glass lenses vs. plastic lenses. I am replacing these with a different Serengeti Model that fits me better.