Named after the turbojet Concorde supersonic passenger airliner, which entered service in 1976, four years after Randolph Engineering was founded, these Concorde glasses are built to the same rigid military spec standards as their classic Aviator. Featuring the iconic large tear drop shape worn by pilots during World War II, these glasses are loved for their fashion as well as sun protection.
Rounded lenses and curving lines come together to produce bold sunglasses. Real wood inlays and metal accents add a natural dimension for a look that's perfect in any situation. The Mckenzie looks good on oval, rectangle, diamond, and heart face shapes.
Rounded lenses and curving lines come together with this strong feminine silhouette. Genuine hardwoods and warm tonalities create a look that's perfect in any situation. The Madison looks best on oval, rectangle, diamond, and heart face shapes.