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History of Aviator Sunglasses

The First World War was the first major military conflict to see the utilization of aircraft in both reconnaissance and attack missions. As United States aircraft took to the sky, pilots were naturally...

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The Foundry Collection on the cover!

VCPN’s August issue features Randolph’s “Foundry Collection”, our new line of prescription eye wear, made with military-grade USA Stainless Steel. VISIT THE FOUNDRY COLLECTION page From VCPN:...

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Our ‘Temple Bender’ Machine

Maintaining product quality at Randolph is our #1 priority. Here is our ‘Temple Bender’ machine, that we engineered in-house to replicate years of sunglass use in order to check for hinge reliability...

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How Do Polarized Sunglasses Work?

Polarized lenses are the premier lens choice for outdoorsmen, fishermen, boaters, and anyone else who demands the clearest vision from their sunglasses. The main benefit of polarized lenses is that...

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How Should Aviator Sunglasses Fit?

Aviators are a timeless sunglasses style that work well with every shaped face there is. But there is one major factor that will make or break your look, and that’s fit. Just like you wouldn’t wear a...

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What are AGX lenses?

AGX lenses, or American Gray lenses, are a premier lens type that offers one of the most comfortable vision experiences available. AGX lenses have a greenish tint that allows 15% light transmission....

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What is the HGU4/P?

The HGU4/P aviator sunglasses. Since 1982, Randolph Engineering has been supplying the HGU4/P directly to the U.S. Air Force. The classic Randolph Aviator is built to a set of military specifications...

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Sales to Benefit Special Forces Charitable Trust

Five percent of The Vintage Collection sales to benefit Special Forces Charitable Trust (Randolph, Mass.) Randolph Engineering, Inc. – known for its made in America handcrafted eyewear – is digging...

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Keep Wearing your Sunglasses this Winter!

Intuit Snow Goggles Made from Caribou Antlers Wearing your sunglasses in the winter is just as important for eye health as wearing them in the summer. The Inuit people of the arctic knew just how...

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RE Ranger – Reflecting Quality When You Need It Most

Sharing a memorable evening out with his dad, a young gentleman by the name of Blake Brown was turned and talking with his father during a sporting clay shooting event when he was suddenly struck in...

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Behind the Name: The Hawk

The Hawk is one of Randolph Engineering’s newest sunglass styles. In the vein of the classic aviator, The Hawk forges its unique appeal with our characteristic rugged durability and its aerodynamic...

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Randolph Sunglasses to Appear in the 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

Randolph Sunglasses star in Hollywood again! The Randolph Aviator Blue Sky Flash featured in “13 Hours” Two of Randolph Engineering’s sunglasses styles will appear in the upcoming film, “13 Hours: The...

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Jerry Seinfeld goes for a spin in his RANDOLPH Aviators

              Wearing his Randolph Aviators, Jerry Seinfeld takes Kathleen Madigan and her buddy Chuck Martin out for a spin in Los Angeles in a Baikal Blue 1974 BMW 2002tii as they ponder the...

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A Ford F250 truck runs over our Randolph Sunglasses!

We ran over a pair of Randolph Sunglasses with a Ford F250! Check out the video below to see how they did.

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Behind the Name: The Concorde

The BAC Concorde in Flight Like Randolph Engineering, The BAC Concorde Supersonic passenger jet is a child of the 1970s. The Concorde first entered service in 1976, four years after Randolph opened...

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Michael Keaton Wears Randolph Sunglasses at the Academy Awards

Michael Keaton wearing Randolph Aviators at the Academy Awards Michael Keaton was our latest Randolph celebrity sighting, looking dangerously good in his Randolph Engineering Aviators Sunday night at...

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Russell Wilson Wearing the Randolph Archer

Russell Wilson Sporting a Pair of Randolph Archers Russell Wilson was our latest Randolph Engineering celebrity sighting. The Seattle Seahawks Quarterback looked like a champion in his pair of...

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Behind the Name: The Archer

The Randolph Archer in Gray Gradient lenses and Bronze Oxide frames. The Randolph Archer is a sleek, light, and stylish style that has its roots in our classic aviator. Like many of our other sunglass...

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Celeb Spotting! Ciara!

After spotting her fiance Russell Wilson flashing his Randolph Archers, we caught the talented Ciara wearing her own pair of Randolph Aviators!

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Randolph Engineering, Inc. Presents Donation to The Special Forces Charitable...

  Randolph Engineering is proud to support The Special Forces Charitable Trust (SFCT) – a nonprofit that provides a network of meaningful and sustainable services, support and advocacy to US Army...

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