Why You Need to Check Out Randolph Engineering’s New Fall Collection

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The fall season here in Boston is all about sporting the latest fashions and that includes the newest trends in sunglasses. No one knows that better than the folks at Randolph Engineering, who know just how important keeping your eyes protected year round from sun glare is to your long-term eye care. While the sun’s rays are strongest during the summer, the fall is just as important a time to ensure proper eye protection. To do just that, Randolph Engineering has introduced a stylish new fall line that will keep your eyes protected while offering you a haute new look perfect for fall.

Just when we thought the brand’s classic frames couldn’t get any cooler, they go ahead and introduce a line that combines the precision optics of mineral crown glass (crystal) lenses with fashionable flash mirror finishes in a distinct frame that is definitely one of the hautest styles this fall season.

It’s no wonder the Massachusetts-based sunglass company known for its line of aviators designed for everything from fishing, hunting and shooting to piloting an F18 fighter jet or simply strolling through town has caught the eye of many celebrities. including Bradley Cooper, Ethan Hawke, Al Pacino and Tom Cruise. (Sam Jaeger wore a pair in the blockbuster hit American Sniper).

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The classic collection includes stylish models like the Aviator, Concorde and P3 Shadows, but this season, they have introduced some cool new features to these models by enhancing them with luxe features like Tokyo Tortoise temple tips, glass gradient lenses and mineral glass flash lenses. The military-spec Aviator, one of Randolph’s signature frames, is now available in seven different styles.

 

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Randolph originally created the Aviator sunglasses with its bayonet temples designed to fit comfortably under headgear for the U.S. military, but its chic style soon caught on to later become a stylish staple in every Bostonian’s collection.

Each pair of sunglasses offers 100 percent UVA/UVB protection and features adjustable cushioned silicone nose pads for a customized, more comfortable fit. Even better, these glasses have a durable coating to prevent those inevitably annoying scratches that always seem to occur and come complete with a small maintenance kit.

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The Concorde style features five new styles this fall as well as additional frame sizes, mineral glass lenses and an anti-reflective back coating along with the new Tokyo Tortoise Temple tips.. (The vivid Rose Gold frame with Rose Gold Flash and AGX are now available in sizes 61M and 52MM).


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P3 Shadow, which was just unveiled in the fall 2015 collection, will now consist of four chic new styles.The latest P3 Shadow frames offer the new mineral glass lenses now in a blue/gray color lens. Additional P3 styles include anti-reflective back coating, hydrophobic lens coating and the gorgeous Tokyo Tortoise Temple Tips.
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