Sunski Foothills review. Mountain Getaway reviewed these sunglasses as part of its 2016 Sunglasses Buyers' Guide.

Style: These very round, yet understated shades are offered in three on-point colorways and sport a cool keyhole nose-bridge design. Those in search of oversized sunglasses need not apply. Ditto for those with a bigger face, on which these glasses lean toward a John Lennon-esque look. Bonus style points for the way-cool Sunski crafted carrying case.

Fit/Comfort: Suited for a smaller face, the Sunski Foothills sunnies sit comfortably on the nose and behind the ears without any pressure points or discomfort.

Visibility/Performance: Polarized to the max, these sunglasses sharpen surroundings so well, one tester experienced the sensation of peering through someone else’s prescription, taking a second or two to adjust. Others who tried the Sunski on required no adjustment at all. That price point for polarized? Don’t even try to beat it.

Manufacturer Description: The new Foothills are our most daring silhouette, with design cues from vintage mountaineering goggles and robust geometric accents. A notched angular keyhole gives this silhouette a one-of-a-kind, head turning appeal.