Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses were originally developed to military spec standards (Mil-S-25948) for use by fighter pilots and astronauts. They been standard issue to all military pilots since 1982, and they have the bayonet temples that are required to put the sunglasses on (and take them off) when you’re wearing a helmet.

Technicians at Randolph Engineering handcraft each pair of aviators in a 200+ step process in Massachusetts using impact resistant polycarbonate lenses with 100% UVA/UVB protection, adjustable cushioned silicon nose pads, and a jewelry-quality finish. Each pair also comes with a case, microfiber cleaning cloth, and maintenance kit.

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