Where are Randolph Sunglasses made?

Where are Randolph Sunglasses made?

Where are Randolph Sunglasses made?

Inspired by human resilience and dedication, Randolph are still based just outside Boston, working with the same machines, the same families and the same ethics as Waszkiewicz and Zaleski. Randolph continue to build eyewear for anyone who expects better, purposefully engineering and handcrafting sunglasses that perform at the highest level.

Is Randolph still making eyewear?

Today Randolph is still pioneering military eyewear with its latest military contract seeing the brand equip the US Army, Navy and other allied Air Forces with its HGU-4/P range, for which is now in its fourth year of production.

Who is Randolph Engineering?

Founded by Jan Waszkiewicz and Stanley Zaleski, under the ethos of the American Dream, Randolph Engineering has been handmaking Sunglasses in Massachusetts since its launch. Its mission is simple.

Who makes the best aviator sunglasses?

SPEND APPLIES Randolph Engineering has been making the highest quality sunglasses since 1972. From humble beginnings they began life making Mil-Spec Aviator sunglasses for the US Air Force, producing in excess of 200,000 sunglasses annually, before winning the full US Military contract in 1982.

Throughout Randolph’s history, our family-owned New England factory has honored its commitment to American-manufacturing-even as other sunglass companies began moving their operations offshore in the 1980s. Randolph is proud to be the only remaining metal eyewear manufacturer in the USA.

Why choose Randolph aviator sunglasses?

Originally built for the U.S. Military, the flagship Randolph Aviator surpasses rigid military-spec standards. Standard issue since 1978, our Aviator sunglasses are battle tested and suitable for the most rigorous demands and are a superior choice for everyday use.

What kind of lenses do Anderson sunglasses have?

The Anderson is a 70’s inspired lightweight frame that comes with SkyForce™ mirrored Polarized lenses. These vintage frame sunglasses feature a saddle-style nose bridge and strong brow bar for added attitude.