I highly vote against any eyewear with the insert. I tried it (and paid ALOT) for Bolle’s. It was nice to change the lenses of the main sunglasses and they looked great but the fact that the insert sits closer to your eyebrows makes them fog so easily. And the sweat from your eyebrows runs down and hits the insert way too easy. I would have to stop constantly, pop the insert, and wipe them down and with a wet/humid day my jersey didn’t do anything to help.
I got just ray-ban style sunglasses with prescription sunglasses which were infinitely better, all of the fogging and wetness issues went away. The issue with straight prescription glasses is lower light, changing light/rain. i would be on gravel rides and hit these gnarly potholes when the tree cover made it really dark, or it would start raining and light would plummet and I could barely see.
I just went to the eye doctors and am getting another pair with transition lenses which I’m hoping solve the problem. I also couldn’t see anything on the coffee stop (no glasses, can’t see the menu on the wall, and dark lenses/low light of cafe couldn’t see…).
I’ve tried contacts many times, but always get dry eyes eventually. They’re OK for shorter rides, but anything over a few hours I don’t want to have to worry about my eyes being annoyed.
I vote prescription with transitions.