Anyone do this?
I'm asking because I'm now going to be wearing glassed most of the time (can't see poo poo up close and starting to need them for further away ). I ordered Progressive lenses and got the anti glare coating and transitions. I sometime ski with just sunglasses and like that (when it's warm enough) .
I don't need to wear glasses for skiing (prescription for distance is minimal), but when I'm instructing, and have to write things down or check the time, I need my cheaters (for up close I'm +3! )
Contacts are out of the question. I can't even watch my wife put hers in, let alone put them in my own eye . I'll do lasik or something like that when my eyes finish deteriorating in a few years (60ish) .
I have noticed now and again wearing the current pair of progressives I have, that depth perception gets messed up sometimes. I "see" how that could mess you up walking but not sure it will skiing.
Anyway, wondering what the general consensus is on skiing with them .
I do have a friend that skis with progressive transitions but that is mainly because he can't even hear without his glasses! He doesn't ski a lot and he doesn't go fast. I do the opposite of that.