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
Brady or Belichick? It’s the NFL’s chicken or egg scenario, causing an endless debate that obfuscates the other necessary pieces that go into creating a Super Bowl champion. Yes, last night’s performance by Tom Brady was brilliant. Yes, Bill Belichick... Read more →
Babiators: Not Just For The Cuteness Factor!
Babiators (n.) – Amalgamation of the two words baby and aviators; sunglasses for children Ted Fienning remembers the moment when the small sunglass company he had formed with his wife, Molly, and their two friends, Matthew and Carolyn Guard, was... Read more →
The Tuck: The Legacy of Jean Vaurnet
The tuck, it’s one of the most famous and simplest moves in all of skiing. And earlier this month, the man responsible for inventing it, Jean Vuarnet, passed away at the age of 83. The Frenchman introduced it to the... Read more →