Originally Posted by shortstop14
.... Have some wraparound glasses with a prescription insert for a very minor distance correction......
Good point. For stronger prescriptions, wrap-arounds usually don't work well since the lens is angled relative to your eye. I tried these before and never could get a good 'real world' correction. Now many companies have limits on diopter corrections they will even try to make in certain styles.
I have a stronger correction and have used Ray Ban "Daddy-O" frame (lens filled by local optical shop) for years. Very happy with 'em. They stay put during exercise and lens is large enough to protect the eyes while biking but small enough to ventilate well.
I've never used this company ($$$$), but here's what the frame looks like-
Ray Ban Daddy O Prescription Sq Sunglasses | SportRx