• Black History Month: 3 Pilots Who Inspire Us & Dared to Defy the Odds

    Black History Month: 3 Pilots Who Inspire Us & Dared to Defy the Odds

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    In our history, we’ve witnessed countless sacrifices for freedom, liberty and pursuit of happiness, by civilians and by soldiers. That’s why today we’d like to recognize three historical figures in America’s aviation history who not only stood for their passion to fly, but they dared to fly as black men and women. Randolph Engineering honors the depth of courage behind these extraordinary Americans. Randolph...
  • Graduation Gifts for Him & Her: Authentic Aviator Sunglasses

    Graduation Gifts for Him & Her: Authentic Aviator Sunglasses

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    Graduations are once in a lifetime, so choose a graduation gift that will last a lifetime. Or two. Randolph sunglasses will bring your grad’s vision and style to the next level. Much like how one’s perspective on life grows, superior lenses can make a world of difference. Premium metals allow graduation gift sunglasses to shine just like a nice watch or piece of jewelry,...
  • The Fusion Collection: Adventure Gear Site Reviews Archer & Elinor

    The Fusion Collection: Adventure Gear Site Reviews Archer & Elinor

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    For those who see things differently, Randolph sunglasses are worth a look. Trail & Kale, a travel and adventure site with tips and reviews to help you while hiking, camping, trail running and living a plant-based lifestyle, recently reviewed two styles from Randolph’s Fusion Collection: Elinor and Archer. Randolph styles are engineered for durability, built according to strict military standards, and built with responsibly...
  • 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Randolph Engineering

    7 Things You Didn’t Know About Randolph Engineering

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    7 Things You Didn't Know About Randolph From Desert Storm to Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise - Randolph Sunglasses are steeped in history.   Randolph Engineering stands for the individualist, but what makes us stand out? Not many people know the ins and outs of today’s eyewear industry. While others have moved manufacturing overseas or become acquired by monopolies, Randolph Engineering has nurtured a...
  • Can My Sunglasses Get Wet?

    Can My Sunglasses Get Wet?

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    Sunglass fans are known for wearing their shades through thick and thin. Whether inthe rain, snow or hail, or even while on the water, fans are proud to always see through their unique perspective. Randolph sunglasses are engineered for the extraordinary. Not only does our style pay respect to a bold, all-American heritage, we also build our aviators with only the best materials available....
  • What are Teardrop Sunglasses? Compare Classic Teardrop Aviator Styles

    What are Teardrop Sunglasses? Compare Classic Teardrop Aviator Styles

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    From WWII pilots to modern celebrities, the classic teardrop aviator has become an American main-stay. But over the decades, generations of eyewear artisans have given new life to the style. With so many varieties, today’s sunglass fanatics can fill a whole personal collection with just teardrop aviators. SHOP ALL STYLES What is a Teardrop Aviator? A teardrop aviator is a style of sunglasses with...
  • Trail & Kale: Adventure Gear Site Reviews Randolph’s Aviator Ahead of 2020 Travels

    Trail & Kale: Adventure Gear Site Reviews Randolph’s Aviator Ahead of 2020 Travels

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    Randolphs are for those with a spirit that’s hard to define and a story worth telling. Trail & Kale, a travel and adventure site with tips and reviews to help you while hiking, camping, trail running and living a plant-based lifestyle, recently reviewed Randolph’s Aviator. Before planning your next big trip in 2020, take a look at Trail & Kale’s overview on the quality,...
  • Winter Sunglasses: 5 Reasons to Wear Randolphs THIS Winter

    Winter Sunglasses: 5 Reasons to Wear Randolphs THIS Winter

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    Why should I wear sunglasses when I’m not on the beach? Everyone knows sunnies are meant to block the sun on warm days with clear skies, but that’s not the only time you should wear your Randolphs. Make THIS winter the one to start protecting your eyes for a lifetime. DID YOU KNOW, the sun is closer to eye-level during the winter for many...
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