The Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses

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The Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses

Made in the U.S.A, these sunglasses are set apart by a 23K gold frame and polarized lenses for visual clarity and scratch-resistant durability.


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Made in the U.S.A, these sunglasses are set apart by a 23K gold frame and polarized lenses for visual clarity and scratch-resistant durability.

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Made in the U.S.A, these sunglasses are set apart by a 23K gold frame and polarized lenses for visual clarity and scratch-resistant durability. Named after the Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, they’re built to military standards and feature the iconic large teardrop shape worn by pilots during World War II. With self-adjusting cushioned nose pads and 100% UVA/UVB protection, they provide comfortable protection from even the brightest rays.

Randolph Engineering, a Massachusetts-based optical tool and die company, has been supplying eyewear to the U.S. Military for over 30 years. Known as “REs” by the infantrymen, fighter pilots, and discerning civilians who wear them, each pair of sunglasses takes six weeks and more than 200 steps to make by hand.

Specs
  • 100% UVA/UVB protection
  • Size: 57 MM
  • Handcrafted in the USA in 200+ steps (Each pair of Randolph glasses takes over 6 weeks to build)
  • Military-issued since 1978
  • Self-adjusting cushioned nose pads
  • Includes leather case and cleaning cloth pouch
Materials
  • 23K Gold Frame
  • Lens: SKYTEC-P AGX POLARIZED (scratch resistant for clarity & durability)
Origin
  • Made in the USA