(Press Release) RANDOLPH, MA – Randolph Engineering will debut its newest products at the upcoming Vision Expo East show, taking place at the Javits Center in New York, NY between April 15-17.

Randolph will introduce its Foundry Collection 2016, a line of made-in-the-USA eyewear featuring new color combinations and shapes. The collection includes 12 frames styles, with six looks for men and six for women.

The Foundry Collection 2016 features four new frame styles – the Cambridge Demi and Berlin Demi for him, and Savoy and Hadley Demi for her. Each is available in three colors. The styles showcase eye wire bottoms and two-toned colors with contrasting rivets.

The new collection is inspired by the era of New England foundries in which metals were melted and cast into molds to create shapes. In keeping with Randolph's military heritage, the entire collection is made from military-grade stainless steel and warrantied for life.

Randolph has also added new sunglass models, including classic frames like the military-spec Aviator, Concorde and P3 Shadow, which are enhanced with features such as new Tokyo Tortoise temple tips, glass gradient lenses and glass flash lenses.

“We are very excited to present our next-generation Rx Foundry Collection and new sun styles at this year’s Vision Expo East,” says Peter Waszkiewicz, president and CEO, Randolph Engineering. “We are proud that each of our carefully crafted frames are made in the USA and built to the same military specifications found in our classic Aviator."

The new products will be on display at Randolph Engineering’s booth located at #3509.


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