From skiing necessity to cool accessory.

San Francisco-based eyewear brand Sunski creates sunglasses for active lifestyles, blending style, comfort, and function in timeless designs. Now, the brand has re-imagined an iconic mountaineering accessory, transforming it into a cool accessory that goes beyond its practical purpose. The new Treelines frame brings streetwear style to the ski slopes. Or mountain trails, coastal landscapes, and city streets. A contemporary and chic take on the classic mountain goggles, the frames offer everyday wearability as well as optimal performance.

The lightweight frames come with removable perforated side panels that provide protection against glare. Without them, the frames become cool sunglasses you can wear everywhere. The small holes on the panels minimize fogging on the polarized lenses while also enhancing visibility. A recessed magnet allows the user to quickly snap the panels into place or to remove them when and as needed with ease. Other important features include a snug fit and recessed rubber pads. Both ensure that the Treelines frames will stay on your face while you live your life to the fullest. Available in Tortoise Forest and Black Tortoise Slate, the frames come with a lifetime warranty and cost $89.99. And to top it all off, Sunski also supports the environment as a proud member of 1% For The Planet. Now all you need to do is to plan that ski trip you’ve been dreaming about. Photographs© Sunski.

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