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Part# 13-00688
MFR Model# CR052


Randolph Engineering has been a leading supplier of military sunglasses to the U.S.Armed Forces since 1982. These sunglasses are the choice of America's Top Gun pilots and NASA astronauts. They meet demanding U.S. military specifications, provide superior glare protection and UV absorption and can be converted to prescription lenses. All of the sunglasses below feature 23K gold plated, hand polished frames and come with a crush resistant case.

The Concorde features the world famous tear drop aviator lens design, monoblock hinge design, skull temple bars, and non-slip silicone nose pads. A very popular sunglass style with lenses that are convertible for prescription lenses.

Frame Sizing Guidelines

  • Find the perfect sunglasses size for your face with our easy-to-use sunglasses sizing guide. Looking in a mirror, hold a ruler horizontally across your face. Measure in inches the distance between your left and right temples.

  • Then use the chart below to convert your measurement to a frame size that may suit your face.
  • Suggested Frame SizeFace Size (temple to temple)
    49mm115mm or 4.5
    52mm127mm or 5
    54mm130mm or 5.125"
    55mm135mm or 5.25
    57mm140mm or 5.5
    58mm146mm or 5.75
    61mm152mm or 6
    59mm(Raptor only)140mm or 5.5
  • (Please note: Wrap-style frames fit more snugly).

  • Find Your Current Frame Size
  • You may also use a pair of sunglasses you currently own to determine your best size. Frame sizing is typically noted on the inside of either temple (see illustration below). The eye/lens size is usually first, then the bridge size, then temple size. Use the eye/lens size to determine the best frame size.

  • The eye size is typically going to be the most important size for identifying how a pair of sunglasses will look. The eye size number measures the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, in millimeters. The bridge width is the distance between the lenses in millimeters. And the third number is the length of the temple in millimeters.
  • Note: If the eye size is not indicated on the temple, look under the bridge.
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