Military equipment has a long history of finding its way into normal life, from peacoats now keeping the average guy warm, to Hummers now keeping the average junkyard full of Hummers. Bringing you the latest in military-grade style, Randolph Engineering Sunglasses.
The latest looks from folks that've been supplyin' aviators to the military since before that war Tom Hanks is always narrating, this much-anticipated, first new line in two years from Randolph-based RE boasts nine fresh limited-edition jobs, all of which fall into one of three categories: "the Untouchable Classics," "Standard Issue," and "Vegas: What's Your Sin?" -- a question answered by looking at your Zumanity ticket stub. Sin city highlights include The Player, a 23k gold-finished pair of glares w/ gray mineral crown glass lenses and brown skull temples; the bright chrome'd Chip Stacker w/ flash mirror coating; and the sleek matte black finished One Man Wolf Pack, which includes lightweight polycarb lenses and bayonet temples that'll stab you if you annoy everyone by quoting The Hangover. Classic looks include the polarized Thief Bait w/ gold frame and non-slip Silicone nose pads; the 23k straight temple'd Ad Man w/ saddle bridge, topbar, and machine-milled joints; and the Black on Black -- a UV-blocking matte finished pair dubbed "the official sunglass of the debonaire bad-boy", who, although it sounds like him, is definitely NOT Shyne.
If you're more a military guy, RE also peddles standard issue spekkies like the streamlined rectangular Infiltrator, lightweight chrome Mil-Spec, and the elegant prescription-glassed Boss Man -- also the name of a once-famous wrestler who found his way into normal life... sleeping in a Hummer.