Suitable for Outdoor, Sports, Driving

Driving requires good vision and 90% of a driver's reaction depends on vision1. Poor weather and light conditions may compromise vision which affects reaction time. Aside from visual challenges caused by environmental factors, a driver also has to focus from far to near quickly and the eyes have to shift quickly between different viewing distances with minimal head movements such as from the mirrors to the dashboard and from the road to the navigation device.

Therefore, with ever-changing road situations, it is vital drivers have the right eyewear to see clearly and react quickly.2

Designed to meet the visual demands of drivers, EnRoute lenses are equipped with technologies which cut glare by reducing light scatter and improving contrast as well as brightness perception. It provides wearers with comfortable and relaxed vision in various weather and light conditions.

Available in single vision and progressive designs, EnRoute comes in 2 versions:

  • EnRoute Standard: Can be used as a pair of daily all-purpose lens that improves the visual performance when driving
  • EnRoute Pro: Recommended for professional drivers who spend long hours on the road with an enhanced contrast colour perception

Most driving time is spent looking ahead, which requires wide, clear visual fields. However, the eyes also have to shift quickly between different viewing distances with minimal head movements: from the road to the mirrors, from the mirrors to the dashboard. EnRoute single vision and progressive lenses are specifically designed for driving and let you experience ultimate freedom, so you can hit the road, regardless of the weather or time of day.

1 National Safety Council. Driving safely at night. http://bit.ly/2jCaWpl (accessed January 2017)

2 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Night-time glare and driving performance, February 2007


  1. Greater visual comfort
  2. Clear, relaxed vision in all directions and at all distances
  3. Enhanced contrast, improving clarity and colour perception


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