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Transitions DrivewearIn bright light conditions, polarised sunglasses used to be enough. This is no longer true. Today our lives are strongly influenced by the automobile, which has changed the way we experience the outdoors.

We need a third category of lenses in our modern, automobile-centered world. Drivewear lenses are capable of sensing and reacting to varying light conditions both outside and behind the windshield of the car.

From bright sunlight accompanied by intense, blinding glare, to overcast inclement conditions, Drivewear lenses provide the wearer with the appropriate visual solution.

Drivewear lenses provide glare protection through polarisation and enhance and protect vision through photochromics which respond to both visible and UV light.


Low Light Conditions

Colour designed to maximise useful light information reaching the eye.

In low light/overcast conditions, Drivewear© lenses remove glare and maximise useful light information reaching the eye for optimum visual accuity.

Polarised to remove glare that would otherwise destroy vision in low light conditions.

Bright Light

Behind the Windshield of a Car

Colour designed to both remove excess light and provide good traffic signal recognition; highlighting the reds and greens.

In bright / driving conditions (behind the windshield) Drivewear© lenses remove glare and control the intensity of light reaching the eye for optimum visual accuity.

Polarised to to remove glare for safe driving vision.


Intense Light Conditions

Colour designed for maximum filtration of excess light so that the eye does not get saturated.

In very bright conditions Drivewear© lenses remove glare and provide maximum filtration of excess sunlight for optimum visual comfort and acuity.

Polarised to provide maximum comfort in high light conditions

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