Types of Lenses
The only polarized photochromic lens that darkens outside as well as behind the windshield of the car.
- Drivewear reacts to different weather and light conditions from overcast to bright light by utilizing visible, as well as UV light
- Enhances the eyes’ natural functions to provide optimum vision
- High efficiency Polarizer that blocks blinding glare
- Available in you Rx
- Blocks 100% UV A/ UV B
After years of development, these two technologies have been intelligently combined resulting in the ultimate lens for driving Today Drivewear represents the highest utilization of technology of any lens ever introduced into the optical industry. Drivewear is so advanced and novel that multiple patents have been filed on this invention.
Drivewear lenses are optimized for sunlight response. They should not be used for night driving.
Like all photochromic lenses, Drivewear lenses are somewhat temperature dependent. At cooler temperatures (below about 10°C or 50°F), these lenses may become very dark on sunny days and may be too dark for driving open air vehicles such as motorcycles, convertibles or all terrain vehicles. At these colder temperatures particular care should be used when going from sunny to shady areas when, for example, skiing, snowboarding or driving snowmobiles