Named after the turbojet Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, which entered service in 1976, four years after Randolph Engineering was founded, these Concorde glasses are built to the same rigid military spec standards as our classic Aviator. Featuring the iconic large tear drop shape worn by pilots during World War II these glasses are loved for their fashion as well as sun protection. Bright Chrome /Glass Gold Flash Mirror Polarized Anti-Reflective Gold 23K /Glass Gold Flash Mirror Polarized Anti-Reflective Gold 23K /Glass Gold Flash Mirror Polarized Anti-Reflective
When it comes to outdoor sports, there’s not much New Hampshire’s Andrew Drummond doesn’t do. He skis. He surfs. He runs. He kayaks. He bikes. But there is one activity, hiking, where he has truly made his mark, showing what... Read more →
Fall Sunglasses for Her (X-Wear)
There is never a wrong time to buy sunglasses, but fall may be the perfect season to do so. Whereas summer is all about showcasing your style and flair, there is a refined subtlety to autumn. Yes, we want to... Read more →
🎶 Climb Every Mountain 🎶 ........................ At Least Every 4000 Footer in NE!
On the first Friday of this month, 68-year-old Jack Scanlon was where he is most at peace - scaling a New England mountain. It was the latest in his ongoing list of peaks he is looking to conquer in... Read more →