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Sunski Treeline Polarized Sunglasses

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    • Tortoise Forest, One Size
      $88.95
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      $88.95
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    Step into the light.

    When the trees turn to shrubs, and the shrubs turn to rocks, it's time to bust out the Sunski Treeline Polarized Sunglasses. These mountaineering-inspired shades feature polarized lenses that cut through the blinding glare coming off the snow, as well as ventilated side flaps that keep the sun from slipping in through the cracks, so you can see better when you're at high altitudes. Strap loops at the temples and grippy nose pads keep you from losing your shades when you're ripping around at the ski resort, and lightweight construction ensures all-day comfort any time you're moving through the mountains.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Glacier glasses for exploring past the treeline
    • Polarized lenses eliminate glare from blinding snow
    • Folding side flaps block out sun
    • Nose pads provide non-slip fit
    • Temple loops for attaching strap
    • Item #SSK000G

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    tri-acetate cellulose
    Polarized
    yes
    Frame
    polycarbonate
    Face Size
    medium
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Great Value Glacier Glasses

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I used these for summer mountaineering on Mount Rainier, Mount Shasta, and Gannett Peak. They provided great eye protection on the blinding snowfields on bluebird days, and they did not fog up despite my copious (some might say pathophysiological) perspiration. Coupled with an OR Sun Runner hat, I was able to create a happy shady place for my face despite the sizzling high-altitude radiation raining down. The polarized lenses provided crisp views, and they survived 7 days of use without a scratch. I did store them in the included sack when not on my head.

    The side shields will pop off if torqued by helmet straps or clumsy gloved hands, which is my only complaint.

    They are stylish enough to be worn in public. I wore them to the pool, to say: "I might be drinking cheap beer at a pool, but I'd rather be chasing the demon that lives in thin air."

    So far so good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Sunski makes really fantastic glasses if you don't care about them being exceptionally durable. My last pair of sunski frames were ruined by having them rub against the inside of my backpack, most other glasses I've owned wouldn't have that issue. Back to the Treelines, they look and feel awesome. I'm really hoping they last a while.

    Narrow field of view

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I have a big face, and these didn't quite fit. Honestly I expected the frames to be much bigger and allow for more peripheral vision. The side shields and magnetic lock worked well, and had a nice look.

    Full Coverage

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    To be honest, I haven't done much glacier exploring In know these, yet . But, I'm a big fan, regardless. They fit me well, they've got a unique look, and I dig the coverage I get from all angles .

    Great option!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Backcountry sells a handful of glacier shades. These are a modern take on the traditional look you'd get from Julbo or Vuarnet. For the price, you'd be hard pressed to find another pair of glacier glasses with polarized lenses at this price! I've not used them on any high alpine trips yet, but general look, fit and quality has been good.

    NOT Blinded by the Light!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I wanted something that would add protection without looking like a heavy duty glacier goggle. The Treelines are the perfect pair of sunnies for all my adventures- from backcountry skiing to hiking and climbing. The removable sides are super cool with the little magnet that holds them in place. I'm hoping next season Sunski will come out with some more color varieties.

    NOT Blinded by the Light!

    Five Star For The Money

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The sunglasses are nothing short of dope. I have loved them more each day and time that I've worn them. They're a perfect combination of mountain man aesthetics with modern features. I chose the brown tortoise frame color and they look great. The lenses are extremely dark and also... polarized. The side shades enhance the darkness of the lenses and were a little something to get used to but I have quickly begun to like. Even if you totally can't stand the side shades they're easily removable and replaceable.

    These sunglasses really are neat. I've received tons of inquiries on where to get them and/or compliments.

    Full protection

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I had a serious eye injury almost two years ago and need to protect my eye from the sun to prevent further complications. I don't want to look like i'm going to climb Everest every day so other mountaineering sunglasses are too much. These are the perfect blend of modern day style and technical performance. I am stoked to say the least

    Unanswered Question

    Do these glasses ski well? Like do the holes in the side let in a lot of wind when you’re sending it? Because I am debating what do get between these and some pit vipers