jumpmonkey & ninjah,
I need sunglasses when surfing because my eyes are especially sensitive to sunlight. I've been using Silverfish
sunglasses with perscription lenses for close to 4 years. I'm an old guy and require correction for close, medium, and far distance. In the old days, you had to get trifocals. Today you can get progressive lenses that do not show the break between the different powers. Progressive lenses are much more expensive than single vision lenses. Before ordering the Silverfish
sunglasses, I talked to the guy that sells them and he put me in touch with the lab that makes the corrective lenses for the glasses he sells. I checked them out, as well as, talked to their manager. Seemed like they knew what they were doing. So, I decided to get some. The Silverfish
guy sent me a pair of standard sunglasses. A local optician marked the lenses for where the breaks in power needed to be. (This has to be done in-person by someone who knows what they are doing. And, you don't need to do this for single vision lenses) Then I sent the glasses to the lens lab. I absolutely love these sunglasses.
Result: I'd highly recommend Silverfish
sunglasses with or without corrective lenses. Mine are the Standard model.
Anti-fogging Tip: I apply McNett's Sea Drops to the interior side of the lenses before entering water. Sometimes I use McNett's Sea Gold gel instead. When I'm in a real jam, I'll use Rain-X or rub a piece of peeled white potato on the lens. The potato trick is how we'd keep our motorcycle faceshields from fogging up in winter in New York state in the early 1970's. You can get McNett products at any dive shop.
web link that was requested: www.silverfish.com/