Serengeti Maestrale - Sunglasses: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Serengeti Maestrale - Sunglasses: Reviews

   Photo: Terry Heffernan


The worst highway glare disappears with these polarized, photochromic lenses. The reddish tint is even called Driver. And comfort is king here. With ultraslim nylon temples and barely-there frames, the Maestrale is so lightweight you forget you're wearing it. It sorta disappears, too: You don't notice the edges of the smallish wrap optics. Out of the car, the lenses darken enough to handle sizzling sun. Depending on face structure, though, there's a potential gap in coverage between cheekbone and lens. These can't really handle intense reflected light on the ski hill, but you're perfectly fine driving snowy roads.

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