In 1978, Randolph Engineering began producing aviator sunglasses for the US military. The brand offered frames to law enforcement and precision shooting markets in the ’90s but didn’t stray from its military roots. In 2000, it was awarded a government contract for the Frame of Choice program, which offered the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and NASA an alternative to standard-issue sunglasses. Now, Randolph’s aviators — still built to MIL-S-25948 standards — are widely available to the public. You can save 30 percent on a few different frames at Zappos, including styles with both polarized and non-polarized lenses.
Concorde by Randolph Engineering
Concorde Polarized (Chrome/Gray) by Randolph Engineering
Aviator Polarized by Randolph Engineering
Archer Polarized by Randolph Engineering
Concorde Polarized (Gold/Gray) by Randolph Engineering
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