Randolph Engineering is a staple for many in the military. Randolphs are also proudly worn in Hollywood to represent American-made durability.
That’s why it’s no surprise Randolph eyewear is found in the CBS American drama, SEAL Team.
When a group of elite Navy SEALs embark on a dangerous mission, the show follows the team’s failures and achievements while executing high-stakes strategies and displaying heroism. SEAL Team stars David Boreanaz as Jason Hays with supporting actors Max Thieroit as Clay Spencer, Neil Brown Jr. as Ray Perry and A.J. Buckley as Sonny Quinn.
Two styles of Randolphs are found in SEAL Team – one on the protagonist, Jason, and another on supporting character, Sonny.
The show completed its second season airing weekly on Wednesdays at 9pm ET on CBS. The show returns March 19th.
David Boreanaz as Jason Hays Wears Aviator Randolph Sunglasses
BUY NOW: Aviator in AGX Glass (SkyTec-P™) and 23k Gold
The Aviator is Randolph’s flagship style dating back to our origins. Randolph Aviators are built to strict specifications for durability and worn by many in the US military.
BUY NOW: Hawk in Slate (SkyForce Air™) and Dark Ruthenium
The Hawk has a familiar aviator style with teardrop shaped bottoms to the lens. The style adds a fierce brow with angles towards the nose for a sharper look.
For a look at SEAL Team, watch the trailer below on season one of the show. Season two is currently airing.
SEAL Team Featuring Randolph Engineering Sunglasses
All Randolph sunglasses come with a lifetime warranty on the frames to repair or replace any broken solder joint for the lifetime of the frame or any manufacturer cause-related defect.
Randolphs are built to join you around the world and to be passed down to your family and we offer a repair program to always have your eyewear ready for your next adventure. Have your pair engraved and customized to fit your lifestyle.
Be on the lookout for more Randolph styles to represent American heritage. You might have also spotted Randolphs on the hit Amazon show Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, the CBS crime drama S.W.A.T. or in the trailer for Marvel Studio’s Captain Marvel.
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