Try On & Shop Authentic Aviators at Oshkosh EAA AirVenture: July 22nd – 28th

Randolph Engineering provides precision-built sunglasses for pilots who demand more. When you pick them up and put them on, you’ll feel the difference.

Don’t miss your chance to get authentic Randolph Aviators at this year’s EAA AirVenture Airshow in Oshkosh, WI, where pilots from around the world will have the chance to try Randolph’s superior lens technology for themselves.

Randolph Engineering
FlyMarket Area
Booth #713

With military origins, we respect where we come from and we’re reinventing where we’re going. We’ve captured the spirit of aviation for decades through our fans. Randolph Aviators are engineered for pilots, adventurers and tastemakers alike.

If you’re among those attending, you’ll also have access to exclusive show deals on past-season styles. Be sure to visit us at booth #713 because this is only available to event attendees.

Good enough for fighter pilots, good enough for us. 

Randolph’s Flagship Aviator

These non-polarized shades for pilots offer bayonet temples developed for comfort and easy on/off accessibility under a helmet or headset.

Whether you’re soaring through daily flight operations, driving along the highway on a motorcycle or just enjoying a drink on the deck, we have the right shades for you. Precision-built and battle tested for pilots who demand more.

The Aviator

23k Gold frame with AGX SkyTec™ Non-Polarized Mineral Glass Lens

Originally built for the US military, our flagship Aviator surpasses rigid military-spec standards. Standard issue since 1978, the Aviators are suitable for the most rigorous demands and are a superior choice for everyday use.

Randolph continues to produce the HGU-4/P Aviator for the US Military and air forces worldwide. The company also maintains the Frame of Choice contract, supplying multiple style options to the military.

The Aviator

Matte Chrome frame with American Gray SkyTec™ Non-Polarized Mineral Glass Lens

AVIATOR SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Proprietary SkyTec™ lens technology with crystal clear optics, engineered for military pilots.
  • 100% UVA and UVB protection
  • Infrared Light Management
  • Vector™ Anti-Reflective backside coating
  • Blue Wave™ HEV Blue Light Management
  • Drop ball tested lenses for impact resistance and durability
  • Built to strict US Military guidelines (MIL-S-25948) since 1978
  • Bayonet temples to comfortably fit under a pilot’s helmet
  • Metal plating at 5 times the eyewear industry standard
  • Lifetime guaranteed solder joints

PILOT SUNGLASSES

Solder joints guaranteed to last a lifetime. Or two.

Battle tested, wear tested, and drop tested for all your adventures.

Why Randolph Engineering?

Family owned and operated for three generations, we still proudly supply aviator sunglasses to the US military today. Each pair of Randolphs are rooted in the same sense of style, strength, spirit and quality as when we started.

Our handcrafted process takes over 200 steps to cut, mold, twist, plate, polish and perfect, and the time of over 50 experts. After 45 years, we’re still handcrafting our eyewear to military standard specifications in our factory, just outside of Boston, MA.

Military contracted since 1978, we meet the demands of the world’s toughest critics: the US Department of Defense, commercial pilots, naval aviators, astronauts and now you.

THE AVIATOR

Pick them up. Put them on. Feel the difference.

Authentic aviators, precision engineered for durability and superior optics with SkyTec™ Lens Technology.

Randolph Styles Named after Airplanes & Pilots

Did you know many Randolph styles are named after famous airplanes and pilots from American history?

Attendees to this year’s EAA AirVenture airshow in Oshkosh will enjoy a display of legendary American aircrafts. See a few of our styles below that pay homage to this history.

Concorde

23k Gold frame with AGX SkyTec™ Non-Polarized Mineral Glass Lens

Named after the Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, which entered service in 1976.

Amelia

23k Gold frame with AGX SkyTec™ Non-Polarized Mineral Glass Lens

Named after the iconic Amelia Earhart, the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic.

Intruder

23k Gold frame with AGX SkyTec™ Non-Polarized Mineral Glass Lens

Named after the A-6 Intruder, a twin-engine, mid-wing, all-weather attack aircraft.

Behind every pair is a point of view unlike any other.

Our mission is to help the world see more clearly, in vivid color, and total comfort with eyewear that inspires a lifetime of extraordinary experiences.

Hear From Real Pilots

Stop by booth #713 to see for yourself and join us on the 27th or 28th for a chance to purchase Randolph aviators at exclusive show prices and to meet Jefferey the Pilot. He is an aviation expert, international traveler and Randolph’s brand ambassador.

To hear more about how pilots rely on Randolphs, see the video below where Randolph has partnered with Angel Flight Northeast.

We’re always looking out to feature our fans. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest where we love to share pictures of our pilots. Tag us and use #MyRandolphs for a chance to be featured!

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