If you ask how many pairs of shoes we have, most are proud (or embarrassed) to admit that they have one for every occasion. Dress shoes don’t work well for running, and rain boots are not for hiking. I can’t pack for a weekend trip without at least 3 pairs. While you could probably do just about anything in a pair of sneakers, for most occasions, it just isn’t the right tool for the job. For me, glasses are exactly the same. I have a general-purpose pair of spectacles, but honestly, I rarely use them. When I am at the computer, I use lenses designed to reduce glare at the monitor and focus for that specific distance. When I am running, I have a high wrap sports frame with rubber temples that will stay on my face. For driving at night, I use lenses designed specifically for the extra nearsightedness you get as your pupils dilate.
Vision is our most valued sense, and protecting our eyes with the right eyewear is important for any activity. Better vision also provides an enhanced experience when doing the things we love, no matter what that is. To excel in the activities I am passionate about, I own a pair of glasses to match the performance of each pair of shoes in my closet.