Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses
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Named after the Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, which entered service in 1976 (four years after Randolph Engineering was founded), the Concorde is built to meet the same military standards as our classic Aviator. Featuring the iconic large teardrop shape worn by pilots during World War II, this style is loved for its fashion as well as for its sun protection.
23k gold and other premium-quality finishes for durability & scratch resistance
Lifetime warranty on all frames
100% UVA/UVB protection
Handcrafted in the USA in 200+ steps
Available in signature bayonet or standard temples
Military-issued since 1978
Self-adjusting cushioned nose pads
Includes leather case and cleaning cloth pouch
BUILT TO MILITARY STANDARDS
We wanted to make a difference. Leave a mark. Be proud of something. So in 1978, we joined forces with the U.S. military to produce the HGU-4/P Aviator for fighter pilots. Each Aviator is built to strict guidelines of MIL-S-25948 standards, a 20-page document detailing the most complex manufacturing specs around.
GUARANTEED FOR A LIFETIME. OR TWO.
Built to a higher standard using the world’s finest materials, we stand by each pair of frames we make. So much so, that we offer a lifetime warranty. Take them with you around the world, and back again.
CORROSION RESISTANCE AND STRENGTH
Randolph Engineering frames provide unequaled solder joint strength and integrity. All finishes are topped with a corrosion-resistant coating for additional frame protection.
HANDMADE AND DETAIL-DRIVEN
It takes RE craftspeople over 6 weeks to build a single pair of Randolph glasses. More than 200 steps go into making each frame—and most of these steps? –- Done by hand!
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
We stand behind each and every pair of frames with a promise to repair or replace any broken solder joint for the lifetime of the frame.