Randolph and Shinola Join Forces for New Line of Military-Inspired Sunglasses

These brawny shades will help you fight off the sun.
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These brawny shades will help you fight off the sun.
(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

When shopping a new pair of shades, you cannot do much better than Randolph—the heritage brand with a 40-year track record of supplying the U.S. Armed Forces with military-spec Aviators.

Recently, the storied sunglasses maker joined forces with another American stalwart—Detroit-based Shinola—for a cool new line of handcrafted shades.

Two time-honored models from Randolph, the Aviator and P3 glasses, have been given a Shinola spin. Both now bear Shinola Lightning Bolt details on their temple tips as well as Shinola logos on their interior frames.

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

The Aviators, originally made for the U.S. military, are available in two low-key colorways—pink lenses (more on the orange side, really) with gold frames or dark blue lenses with black matte frames.

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

The circular P3 sunglasses, which broadcast a more urbane vibe, are also available in both color options.

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

(Photo: Randolph + Shinola)

Shinola is best known for its watches, bicycles, and leatherwear. Hopefully, this collaboration will inspire them to keep stepping it up in the sunglasses game.

Both models are selling for $179.00 on Shinola.com and in Shinola stores.