Information about Serengeti Rieti Sunglasses - Photochromic
Closeouts. Sleek, refined and driven toward consistent clarity, Serengeti's Rieti sunglasses appeal to your stylish side while upping the optical performance with photochromic lenses that adjust tint as light changes.
Reviewed by Sandy from Cary, NC on Friday, December 3, 2010
These sunglasses are gorgeous, light, comfortable, and I couldn't be more pleased. I've ordered LOTS of sunglasses from STP because of their excellent selection and prices and because I lose or scratch a couple pair a year. I'm going to be really careful with these. However, I think that I might ...
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Reviewed by Torrey from Gunny CO on Monday, July 9, 2012
I use these glasses for general use, including driving & riding my bike to/from town. I find them comfortable & they work well in bright sunshine. However, I have not noticed any photochromic change in the lens darkness.
Best Uses: Athletics, Casual Wear, Driving, Travel
Describe Yourself: Comfort-Oriented, Practical
Pros: Adequate Tint, Attractive Design, Comfortable, Good Polarization, Good Protection, Lightweight
Reviewed by rocket from western ma on Sunday, July 1, 2012
These are great glasses. I have a smallish head (7 1/8 ball cap) and they fit great. I typically wear glasses that are 5" or less. These glasses have straight legs that grip very nicely. They also rest on the top of my head very well. They are light weight and the lens are excellent. I would love a second pair.
Best Uses: At The Beach, Casual Wear, Driving, Special Occasions, Travel
These are the green tint 555Nm lens. Ideal for bright light conditions, the 555nm lens maximizes greens and yellows for greater contrast and clarity. and with silver flash coating, glare has|virtually no way in, from any direction. 15% transmittance lightened lens and 9% transmittance darkened lens.
Answered on 12/8/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Yes, they are the mirrored green lenses.
Answered on 2/3/2011 12:00:00 AM by Shane from Lake Jackson, TX
I would not say they are brown. They seem to be a very grey shade of green and when they get darker they seem almost closer to black/ reflective.
Answered on 2/17/2011 12:00:00 AM by RBR from Mount Kisco, NY
If life were so easy! They are "breen," more a pistachio type thing going on. Definitely not brown, and not celery either. Color falls in between the two, but tilting more to green.
Answered on 3/14/2011 12:00:00 AM by Jack from Hollywood