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
Being attacked by a great white shark and living to tell about it, would top most people’s list of accomplishments. But surfer Mick Fanning is not most people. While the attack, which occurred on live television in July 2015 during... Read more →
The Blind Rider
In its purest form, skateboarding combines the best of art and athletics. But, for a few, the sport is more than that. It is a way of life. And in some rare instances, it has the ability to heal. At... Read more →
Vermonter Mikaela Shiffrin Wins World Cup in Vermont!
During life’s good moments, we want our family members there to help celebrate. That’s exactly what happened at the end of last month when 21-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin won her 22nd World Cup race in Killington, Vermont. Joining the skiing phenom... Read more →