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.
With the Olympics around the corner and the end of the winter sports season in full swing, extreme sports enthusiasts have plenty on their plates these days! There is, however, another event coming up that’s going to be taking some... Read more →
Team USA's Elite Snowboarder Hopeful
- It's a girl and she's just 18! Photo Credit: Vogue When it comes to snowboarding at this year’s Winter Games in Pyeonchang there’s one name that invariably comes to mind - Chloe Kim. Kim is nothing short of a... Read more →
Freestyle Skiing in Pyeongchang
Photo Credit: Zimbio.com For skiing enthusiasts the Freestyle Ski events at the Olympics are the final frontier of competitive skiing. In a sport that combines high-level tactical skiing ability, incredible aerial maneuvers, and death defying speeds, Freestyle Skiing is pretty... Read more →