produces top of the line ballistic eyewear under their unique engineering process using high grade materials and advanced technology. The company started by Polish immigrants Jan Waszkiewicz and Stanley Zaleski in 1972 at Randolph, Massachusetts has been listed as a prime contractor of aviator sunglasses to helicopter pilots of the US Military Navy and Army. Using the machines developed by Randolph Engineering for the manufacture of their eyewear brand, the company likewise developed a unique solder flux alloy to make exceptionally high quality and extremely durable glasses. In collaboration with world renowned ace designer Michael Bastian, the Randolph Engineering eyewear collection have created the hottest eyewear trends of the new millennia and become the stringent competitor to Ray-Ban and Oakley in terms of quality, style and performance.
Randolph Engineering was made famous through its aviator eyewear with bayonet temple sunglasses. Randolph Engineering is the top pick among many famous names such as Ewan McGregor, Johnny Depp, Live Schreiber, Elijah Wood and Tom Hanks. Aside from its durable stability, all frames of Randolph Engineering comes with soft silicone nose pads that acts to hold the eyewear securely in place at all times even during heavy perspiration. The scratch-free lens offers that all distortion free experience always. With precision engineering and chemically tempered lens, all Randolph Engineering lens surpass the stringent ANSI Z-803 testing standard. Their lenses absorb 98 to 100% of the dangerous ultraviolet rays. Randolph Engineering lens also filter 12 to 18% of the visible light to pass through attaining ideal eye comfort from heavy glare and prevent eye strain.
Whether you are gliding in a pilot’s cockpit, drifting along on the road or aiming at a target, Randolph Engineering will help you to see you during all the adventures and excitement. Randolph Engineering guarantee strength and durability on all their eyewear lines calling them “serious equipment” and offer a lifetime warranty for broken solder joint (considering normal use of the eyewear). While fashion may fade in and out, owning a pair of an all American heritage eyewear like Randolph Engineering will never go off in fashion.