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Article: Repair Your Randolph Aviators

Repair Your Randolph Aviators

One of the advantages of sunglasses by Randolph Engineering is how long they last. If you have ever owned a pair, or know a veteran who has a pair, you will find out that Randolph Aviator sunglasses are tough.

In 1978 Randolph Engineering replaced AO as the primary supplier of sunglasses for the U.S. Department of Defense. As a result, millions of military personnel over the years were issued Randolph Aviator sunglasses.

And these soldiers found out how good the sunglasses by Randolph were, and decided to hang on to them after they were discharged from active duty.

Even if you never served in the military, everyone loves the look of a pair of aviators on their face and wears them as a prized accessory to their fashion choices.

Today, many veterans who were issued those Randolph sunglasses still have them, but over the years there have been some problems with them.

Rather than place them in a drawer somewhere and forgetting them, they look for ways to repair and/or replace damaged or discolored parts on the sunglasses they have.

This is where we at Aviator Sunglasses come in.

Aviator Sunglasses has been providing Randolph replacement parts for a long time now, and replacing damaged or worn out parts can return those originally issued Randolph Aviators to like new condition.

For example, Randolph nose pads are made out of silicone, but over time the nose pads harden making the sunglasses uncomfortable to wear. 

Randolph sunglasses replacement nose pads - set of 3 pairs to keep your randolf sunglasses in shape.

Replacing these nose pads is inexpensive, and can return them to their original feel and comfort.

In fact, it is quite easy to change them as you can see in the included document How To Replace Nose Pads.

As an Authorized Dealer for Randolph Engineering products, every replacement part we sell is Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts.

So, when you purchase a pair of these replacement Randolph sunglass nose pads they come with instructions to make sure replacing them is a safe, simple, and easy thing to do.

Visit Aviator Sunglasses today and find the sunglasses by Randolph Engineering replacement nose pads for your Randolph sunglasses.


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