I recently got prescription glasses and with summer sneaking up on us I need a new pair of prescription sunglasses (my existing pair are not prescription). Because prescription sunglass lenses are so expensive, I can only afford one pair. If I could afford two I'd have no problem, but I can't. I need them to function as shooting glasses because obviously, sometimes it's bright when I shoot. But even when it is not bright, I don't feel comfortable using my regular glasses as shooting glasses (nor can I use cheap safety specs as these are not prescription, and 'over glasses' ones seem hokey). I don't know how durable the lenses are (in my regular glasses) are, where as I know Oakleys are real tough. Also, the frames just aren't designed for sport; they can slide down, fall off, and they're probably fragile compared to sporty Oakley frames. Also, shooting from certain positions means the lenses aren't fully in front of my eyes where as wrap around sunglass frames are better in this respect. Ordinary dark sunglasses are no good when it's not bright outside of course, and especially indoors, so I can't get traditional dark lenses like I normally would. One solution would be 'transitions' lenses that are clear until exposed to UV, when they darken. But I need them for driving, and since car windscreens block UV light, they wouldn't function then. So, I hear that orange/gold lenses like Okaley's 'fire iridium' are good in both bright and dull conditions. Is this right? Is there a particular lens colour that Oakley does that would be most suitable for me? My only concern is that orange lenses will make me look like a tool :/ I'm leaning towards the Flak Jacket XLJ frames by the way if anyone has anything to say about them. ETA: I don't want contacts.