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 polarization and enhance and protect vision through photochromics
which are stimulated by both visible and UV light. Finally, by combining the strengths of two of the most important
technologies found in eyewear and sunwear today, the lens of tomorrow has been developed....Drivewear.
LOW LIGHT /
HIGH CONTRAST GREEN/YELLOW COLOR Designed to maximize useful light information reaching the eye
POLARIZED to remove glare that would otherwise destroy vision in low light conditions
BEHIND THE WINDSHIELD
DAYLIGHT/ DRIVING CONDITIONS
COPPER COLOR Designed to remove excess light and to provide good traffic signal recognition; highlighting the reds and greens
POLARIZED to remove glare for safe driving vision
BRIGHT LIGHT /
DARK REDDISH BROWN COLOR Designed for maximum filtration of excess light so that the eye does not get saturated
POLARIZED to provide maximum comfort in high
THE DRIVEWEAR ENGINE
Drivewear lenses feature a high efficiency polarizer never before found in such a high contrast, light color. This color was chosen and designed to maximize useful light reaching the eye in low light/ overcast conditions. This polarized film is active in every lighting condition to block blinding glare and improve visual acuity.
One of the most unique and special attributes of Drivewear is that it is the only photochromic lens to darken behind the windshield of a car. Exposed to visible light, the lens changes to a copper color, which many drivers find is the most comfortable color for driving. This is not surprising, as this Drivewear color was designed to both remove excess light and provide good traffic signal recognition.
Outdoors, Drivewear is activated by UV and visible light and deepens to a dark reddish-brown color. This color was designed for maximum filtration of excess light and to provide maximum protection from bright light and blinding glare. The brown color of the lens provides excellent color recognition with a special emphasis on highlighting greens. Because green is the most common color in the natural landscape, it’s a great visual experience to have these enhanced.