Anderson, the latest square Aviator from Randolph, is a 70’s inspired lightweight frame. These vintage frame sunglasses feature a saddle-style nose bridge and strong brow bar for added attitude.
This model has a Gunmetal Jewellery frame and is fitted with a polarised Acadian greeny blue lens.
Our Polarized SkyForce™ lenses are designed to deliver full-coverage premium optical clarity with minimal weight, making these vintage inspired square sunglasses comfortable for all day wear.
Three beautiful hues offer unique lens colors for every point of view in vintage square sunglasses, crafted with Randolph’s new ultra-premium lightweight SkyForce™ lens materials.
Anderson, named after Boston-born Major Scott Douglas Anderson. A 70s-inspired style aviator for a square, vintage look with a saddle-style nose bridge and strong brow bar for added attitude. Choose from unique lens colors, including polarized, to fit your personal style and find a point of view unlike any other.
A stunning Fall inspired lens, with a warm Grey viewing experience. The low hue Orange / Red flash offers depth with a subtle mirror.
This flirty blue lens is inspired by clear Summer Skies. A medium Grey viewing experience offers full protection with bright outer Blue coloring.
Our Acadian lens is inspired by the Earth. Its cool Grey outlook features a subtle Green mirrored exterior with undertones of deep Blue.
SKYFORCE™ LENS SPECIAL FEATURES:
100% UVA/UVB Protection
Blue Wave™ Technology
SkyForce™ Polarized Glass
The Anderson is named after Boston-born Major Scott Douglas Anderson, who was known for completing the flight-testing of the first certified whole-plane parachute recovery system in 1998.
NEWLY DESIGNED ACETATE TEMPLE TIPS
Our Mazzucchelli Acetate Bayonets pair perfectly with the Anderson’s lens and frame finishes. We’ve updated our tips with new patterns, hot stamped our classic wingtip logo on the tip and slimmed them down for additional comfort.
Frame Size Guide
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 Size
Face Size (temple to temple)
|49mm||115mm or 4.5”|
|52mm||127mm or 5”|
|54mm||130mm or 5.125|
|55mm||135mm or 5.25”|
|57mm||140mm or 5.5”|
|58mm||146mm or 5.75”|
|61mm||152mm 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.