Behind the Name: The Archer

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Behind the Name, Blog
The Randolph Archer in Gray Gradient lenses with 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 styles, The Archer takes its name from an iconic figure from the history of flight: Samuel Archer King. Samuel Archer King was one of the early pioneers of ballooning. King was […]

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Behind the Name: The Concorde

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Behind the Name, Blog
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 for business. The Concorde was truly a modern marvel, one of just two turbojet-powered supersonic jets that flew commercial flights around the world. The jet travels at Mach […]

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A Ford F250 truck runs over our Randolph Sunglasses!

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog

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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              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 pejorative meaning of the word ‘tool’ and wonder why dads get no sports shout-outs.     […]

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The Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show®) and Conference Takes Place January 19-22 in Las Vegas- See them at booth #1225 Randolph, Massachusetts- RE Ranger will debut its newest products at this year’s SHOT Show taking place at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV on January 19-22, 2016. After countless […]

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Aviator Blue Flash Lenses as seen in "13 Hours"

Randolph Sunglasses star in Hollywood again! Two of Randolph Engineering’s sunglasses styles will appear in the upcoming film, “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”, directed by Michael Bay and starring John Krasinski and James Badge Dale. “13 Hours” is based on the story of a security team that fought to defend the American diplomatic compound […]

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Behind the Name: The Hawk

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Behind the Name, Blog
The P-40 "Kittybomber" 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 curved edges. The Hawk’s namesake is the Hawk pursuit fighter plane line built by Curtiss Aeroplane Company for the U.S. Army Air Corps from […]

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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 the face by a section of a clay target that hurdled his way. Fortunately serious eye damage was avoided […]

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Keep Wearing your Sunglasses this Winter!

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
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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 important it was to protect their eyes from the damaging sun’s rays and snow glare. It was so important that they fashioned snow goggles from bone, ivory, […]

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NEW FROM MEAGAN

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 into the archives this holiday season and offering consumers a chance to purchase a limited edition collection that previously was only made for military personnel. […]

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