While others choose eyewear that’s just good enough, our extraordinary fans never compromise.
The Concordes are our teardrop-style sunglasses, precision-engineered and battle-tested according to the strict military standards that we follow for our Mil-Spec Aviator. Many styles of aviators use the teardrop shape to pay homage to the very first WWII pilot sunglass styles. Our flagship Aviators are engineered for modern aviation and worn by today’s members of the US Military.
Randolphs: Some of the best sunglasses on the planet
We proudly stand as the last metal eyewear manufacturer in the USA, and we’re proud to be featured by Brobible for the recognition:
Randolph USA is the same company making the glass in our fighter pilot’s helmets, and their aviators. They make some of the best sunglasses on the planet and the Concorde aviators are perfect in every way for men who rock that style. They feature: General purpose tint, polarization cuts through glare, increases contrast and sharpens detail, great for overcast days and low light, SkyTec™ Mineral Glass, Polarized, Anti-Reflective, Scratch Resistant, 100% UVA/UVB Protection. They’re great for golfing, driving, everyday wear, and low light situations.
- Buy Now: The Concorde in Bright Chrome and Gray Polarized Glass
- SKU: CR073
With unique bayonet temples, pilots are able to easily fit our eyewear under their helmets — but you’ll appreciate the comfort under hats just the same. All of our frames also come with a guarantee for us to fix any broken solder joints so you can fearlessly take them around the world.
Our lenses are designed for superior optics with proprietary SkyTec™ technology. Mineral Glass Lenses are ground for distortion-free optical clarity and chemically tempered to resist breakage and scratching. Lite Lenses are made from a hypoallergenic macromolecule that couples optical clarity with lightweight durability.
We offer both polarized and non-polarized options for our lenses. Polarized lenses reduce glare for golfing, fishing, boating or just driving in the rain, while non-polarized lenses are great for everyday use. Non-polarized are also also worn by pilots to allow them to view reflections, such as from other planes in the sky.
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