Randolph Engineering Eyewear | Kansas City
Former Royal Air Force navigator Jan Waszkiewicz and machinist Stanley Zaleski both immigrated to America with a few bucks and a dream: to build the world’s best sunglass. In 1973, they opened the doors to their factory in a small town called Randolph, just outside of Boston, MA. With a background in engineering and some serious skills, they set out to build an eyewear company with their bare hands.
They built the machines that craft the sunglasses, and purpose-built a product for the world’s toughest critics: the US Department of Defense.