Driving In Winter

Limited Visibility Driving in winter Snow Storm

Visibility Is Limited Driving In Winter Snow Storms

Visibility can really be limited when driving in winter snow storms. One of the best things you can do is wear a pair of aviator style sunglasses with tan lenses. Tan lenses are excellent for hazy or snowy conditions and helping with depth of perception.

Blowing snow can create a driving environment that makes it seem as though you are in a cloud. You are unable to see anything in any direction: forward or backward or side to side. It feels like being lost in the middle of nowhere. Read more

New Randolph Leatherette Carrying Case

Old RE Carrying Case

Check Out The New Carrying Case

As a long time owner of Randolph Engineering sunglasses, one accessory I always purchased was a soft Randolph carrying case to use instead of the included Randolph hard carrying case.

One of the reasons I always purchased a soft Randolph carrying case was because the hard carrying case was bulky, the hinge would fail in a relatively short period of time and the interior lining would pull away from the hard shell. Read more

Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses Unboxing

Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses Unboxing

In this post we will look at Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses unboxing with their new packaging.

Randolph introduced the new packaging for their Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses line in January 2013, and from first blush it is a nice improvement.

When I first got the new Randolph Engineering packaging I noticed it was shorter, lighter and had that “gun metal gray” military color.

Featured is the new Randolph logo, and the box is rather sleek and you can easily slide the contents out from one end or the other. Read more