Randolph Engineering Sunglasses (49)

Randolph builds eyewear for anyone who expects better. For the individualists, the singular, the uncommon.
For those with a spirit that’s hard to define and a story that needs to be told.


Randolph Engineering Sunglasses

Former Royal Air Force navigator Jan Waszkiewicz and machinist Stanley Zaleski both immigrated to America with a few bucks and a dream: to build the world’s best sunglass.

With a background in engineering and some serious hand skills, they built a proprietary solder machine unlike any other. They patented a 200-step process. They created nearly indestructible frame joints, all with materials sourced in the U.S. In 1973, they opened the doors to their factory in a small town called Randolph, just outside of Boston, MA.

Today, Randolph is still family-owned and -operated. And are still handcrafting the finest eyewear with top-grade materials, classic designs and a relentless attention to detail and quality. But what’s different about Randolph? All the other eyewear manufactures have gone overseas. Randolph decided to stay here.

We start with top-grade materials. Then 50 different people cut, mold, stamp, twist, solder, plate and polish in a six-week process that includes more than 200 steps. Mostly by hand. All to produce just one pair of sunglasses. With specifications precise enough to meet the promise of our founders and the demands the world’s toughest critics: the U.S. Department of Defense, pilots, naval aviators, astronauts and YOU.

SkyTec™ Mineral Glass lenses are ground and polished for distortion-free optical clarity, then chemically-tempered to help resist breakage and scratches. World-renowned for superior vision, the material is drop ball-tested with a 5/8-inch steel ball from 50 inches to meet FDA and ANSI safety standards.


Worn by US Military pilots and NASA astronauts. Colors are seen in their most natural value. 100% UVA/UVB Protection.

Best for: Outdoor activities in varying light including bright sunshine; great for flying and driving.


Light green tint selectively filters the colors of the spectrum for a relaxing effect. 100% UVA/UVB Protection.

Best for: Outdoor activities in varying light including bright sunshine; great for flying and driving.



A high contrast lens that helps neutralize glare and block out blue light to improve contrast and sharpen detail. 100% UVA/UVB Protection.

Best for: Adding definition to overcast days. Also, great for skiing and fishing.



Find the perfect sunglasses size for your face with our easy-to-use sunglasses sizing guide. Looking in a mirror, hold a ruler horizontally across your face. Measure in inches the distance between your left and right temples.

Then use the chart below to convert your measurement to a frame size that may suit your face.

Suggested Frame Size

Face Size (temple to temple)

49mm 115mm or 4.5”
52mm 127mm or 5”
54mm 130mm or 5.125
55mm 135mm or 5.25”
57mm 140mm or 5.5”
58mm 146mm or 5.75”
61mm 152mm or 6”
59mm(Raptor only) 140mm or 5.5”

(Please note: Wrap-style frames fit more snugly.)


All frames come with a leather case and a microfiber cleaning cloth that doubles as a pouch.

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