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Since 2007, drivers everywhere have experienced the advanced photochromics and glare blocking power of Transitions Drivewear lenses.         Now, for the first time, patients can combine the Transitions Drivewear experience with all the benefits of Trilogy® Trivex® lens material.
 
   Optically
Superior to
Polycarbonate
Lenses

Transitions Drivewear Trilogy lenses offer superior optics compared to polycarbonate lenses. Due to a natural property of the material, lenses made from Trilogy offer 35% less chromatic aberration (visible, rainbow-like edges). When you want a lightweight prescription driving lens with advanced photochromics and exceptional optical properties, Transitions Drivewear Trilogy is the lens without compromise.
   Impact Resistant
Lens Material

Transitions Drivewear Trilogy lenses are made from a material with exceptionally high impact resistance. This material (Trivex®) was originally developed to be used in military applications. Transitions Drivewear lenses made from Trilogy are the best choice for wearers of rimless sunwear frames, because this material is highly resistant to splintering and breakage at the point where the frame is attached to the lens.
   Blocks
blinding glare
and harmful
UVA/UVB

Blinding glare occurs when sunlight reflects off a glossy surface in a way that limits your vision. Transitions Drivewear sunlenses feature an advanced polarizer that filters out this glare, allowing you to see better in any environment where reflective surfaces are present. Transitions Drivewear lenses also block 100% of UVA and UVB, as well as some of the blue light rays that medical research suggests can be a risk factor in the development of eye diseases such as macular degeneration.
   Adapts behind
the windshield
and outdoors

Transitions Drivewear lenses are designed to meet the unique visual challenges of daytime driving. They darken and change color depending on the daylight conditions both outdoors and in the car. For more information about this feature, please see The Drivewear Effect.
   Chemical
Resistant

Wearers expose their lenses to far more chemicals than they realize, whether cleaning a paintbrush, working on your car, or just removing fingernail polish. Over time, these chemicals can weaken and break your eyewear, especially if it is made from polycarbonate. Transitions Drivewear Trilogy lenses are resistant to household chemicals such as acetone, and will not cloud or weaken under normal exposure.
 
 
Driving task
Learn more about what actually influences our senses during driving.
Explore Drivewear
Learn more about the behavior of the Drivewear lens and its benefits.
Genesis of Drivewear
The story of lens evolution from ancient times to the present.
 
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