Randolph Engineering Sunglasses: Wear The Shades That U.S. Fighter Pilots Trust The Most

by 6 days ago

Presented in partnership with Randolph Sunglasses…

God bless the U-S-of A, guys! With all of us recently being reminded of how great this country is as Independence Day passed, it’s time to give your summer style some American pride, too — and thanks to Randolph Sunglasses, you can do just that.

Trusted by the U.S. Military, including fighter pilots, these shades have been part of the U.S. government since the seventies, and have delivered optimum protection and style ever since.


Originally developed in the early twentieth century and becoming an iconic look for U.S. fighter pilots in Vietnam, Randolph Sunglasses have since redesigned the look to make it their own. Bringing fresh style mixed with rich history, Randolph’s shades are stylish and sleek, and come in a dozen different and combinations.

All styles are made in America, and include Randolph’s tough SkyTec™ lens — which provide the ultimate visual experience to reduce eye strain — as well as a multi-layer coating to reduce glare, while the Blue Wave™ technology filters out harmful blue light rays.

Take a look at some of the styles from Randolph Sunglasses below.

Concorde in 23K Gold

SHOP NOW – Starting at $239

The Cecil Aviator

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SHOP NOW – Starting at $219

The P3 Shadow

SHOP NOW – As low as $239


Randolph Sunglasses bring an enhanced performance and style, and immediately get the attention of others’ no matter where you go. And, while we’re betting you aren’t going 30,000 feet in the air to do your job like U.S. fighter pilots are, you can still look the part by donning the very shades that our military loves most.



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Nick's a Sr. Editor for BroBible, mainly relying on his Sports Encyclopedia-like mind to write about things. He's also the co-host of the BroBible podcast "We Run This," and can be seen sweating his ass off while frequently running 10+ miles around Seattle.

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