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Randolph Engineering Military Edition

Released in 1978, the HGU-4/P Aviator was designed for U.S. Military pilots, who still swear by the frame to this day. 40 years later, the silhouette has remained a classic and is a staple of the Randolph Engineering lineup. This year, the company is celebrating the style with a Military Special Edition that will include the embossed military-issue case, which is the first time the accessory has been made available to civilians. Available in silver or gold finishes, each frame is made in 200 steps with polarized or non-polarized glass lenses. 


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