If you’re considering a prescription for behind the wheel you want the best. When it comes to driving, particularly prescription, there are two names that stand out. Serengeti say they are the “best driving sunglasses in the world” and who are we to argue. But then again claim to have arguably the best polarised lenses in the world. And who are we to say otherwise.
If you were to make list of the most important eyewear elements for when you’re driving, you really want to consider a few key elements.
What to Look For
Polarised Lenses - polarised lenses beat the dangerous and distracting glare that bounces off the car in front, bounces off the water as you drive past and bounce off any reflective surface as you take to the roads.
Photochromic Lenses – changes and adapts to the light conditions.
Brown Lenses – improve contrast and helps see traffic signals better.
Lightweight Frame and Comfortable Fit – if you’re on the road for a long time, you want relaxed eyes and a comfortable frame.
Keep Your Eyes on the Road
We can’t stress enough just how special both Serengeti and are, and both represent all that is the best in driving eyewear technology, in both lens and frame. You’ll get brilliant clarity and fantastically comfortable frames. You really will forget you’re wearing them.
And they provide their own Rx services where all the goodness is built in. All are polarised and Serengeti offer polarisation as an option. All Serengeti are photochromic and are the only photochromic lenses that work behind the wheel. This is because all windscreens have a UV filter and photochromic lenses are a chemical reaction to the amount of UV they receive. So even though the UV is being filtered by your windscreen, you will still get a reaction from your Serengeti lenses.
You can get and Serengeti with progressive lenses too and their sunglasses also come in with brown, or drivers in the case of Serengeti, lenses.
But we have a huge range of sunglasses that match the requirements of the road and are perfect for driving. Choose polarised for glare beating performance. Choose photochromic for a light changing situation. Choose a brown lens for a contrast.