Named after the Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, which entered service in 1976 (four years after Randolph Engineering was founded), the Concorde is built to meet the same military standards as our classic Aviator. Featuring the iconic large teardrop shape worn by pilots during World War II, this style is loved for its fashion as well as for its sun protection. Since 1978 Randolph has been producing eyewear as a subcontractor for the U.S. Military, which is due to Randolph providing the best crafted sunglasses, period. So, whether you are in the market for eye protection or want a pair of statement shades, the 23K Gold frame combined with the AGX Polarized AR Bayonet lenses gets the job done.
Randolph Concorde Polarized Aviator 23K
Storage case and pouch
We wanted to make a difference. Leave a mark. Be proud of something. So in 1978, we joined forces with the U.S. military to produce the HGU-4/P Aviator for fighter pilots. Each Aviator is built to strict guidelines of MIL-S-25948 standards, a 20-page document detailing the most complex manufacturing specs around.