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Randolph Engineering Aviator - Matte Black / Grey
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An iconic and flagship frame from Randolph Engineering, the “Aviator”.
Don’t let its simple name fool you, these sunglasses set the standard for world-class quality and style. Built for the U.S. Military, the Randolph Aviator surpassed their rigid specifications and are the epitome of serious equipment. From their unique bayonet temples that are designed to comfortably contour the wearer’s head and also fit neatly under headgear, to the lifetime warranted solder joints, to their glass lenses providing superb optics, you can always rely on the Aviator to perform. It is a unique timeless design, with equals parts style to substance - form and function at its best.

Featured in magazines such as GQ and Esquire, and worn by the likes of Johnny Depp (on and off screen). And for those wondering, yes these are the sunglasses worn by character Don Draper (Jon Hamm) on the hit show Mad Men --- further adding to their cult-status.
  • Glass lenses: tough to scratch and provide superb optics.
  • Signature bayonet temples.
  • Comes with an "Equipment Maintenance Kit."
  • Lifetime-warranted solder joints.
  • Can be made with an RX, contact us to inquire.
  • Handmade in USA using the finest components found worldwide.
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Randolph Engineering Aviator - Matte Black / Grey
Randolph Aviator - Matte Black/Grey
Frame:    matte black
Lens:      grey
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