I own a pair of Adidas Elevation Climacool eyeglasses which served me quite well for about ten years and whose sun lenses now need replacement.
Those glasses allow to use a visual defect correction insert. Please notice it in the bottom left of this picture:
This feature gives me the freedom to choose between using contact lenses, or the insert, according to my will. I normally chose the second because my eyes get very dry very quickly with contact lenses.
But, there is a big drawback. Whenever I use the insert, everything looks significantly farther than it actually is - that is, when I look where I am about to put my feet, what I see is distorted. It looks smaller and significantly more distant. It takes me some ten minutes all the times to adapt to this, and I never do completely. I always feel slightly impaired and this feeling, though bearable, is definitely not nice. It must have to do with light passing through two lenses and not only one before reaching my eyes.
Whatever the case may be, I would love to get rid of it and I am considering to get a different pair of eyeglasses rather than just getting new lenses for these ones.
Are you aware of any model of this kind that would not be effected by this issue or that has minimal effect?
Sidenote: I don't want to get glasses with sun-prescription lenses because I like to be able to swap sun lenses according to the weather and location, which is also a feature of this kind of eyewear - for example I can put on CAT 4 lenses when on a glacier under a bright sun, or fog lenses when cycling in the woods in November.