Classic gold aviator-style sunglasses from The Wright Brothers
Classic gold aviator-style sunglasses from The Wright Brothers Inside view of gold aviator-style sunglasses from The Wright Brothers
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1350 Series 23k Gold sunglasses

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$269.00

WILBUR & ORVILLE COLLECTION

The Wright Brothers® 1350 Series is our classic style of sunglasses that has been re-engineered and handcrafted using military standards to sustain a lifetime of wear and tear.

Features

  • 23k gold plated
  • Lifetime-warranted solder joints
  • Mineral crown glass lens
  • UV Protection
  • Non-polarized for optimum view of cockpit instrument panel
  • Adjustable cushioned silicon nose pads for customized fit
  • The Wright Brothers® wind tunnel-patterned case lining
  • Package includes a case, microfiber cleaning cloth, and small maintenance kit
  • Sequential serial number
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Details

Gray Lens Tint: Provides absolute true color reception

Wilbur & Orville Collection sunglasses

The Wilbur & Orville Collection sunglasses are our signature offering and are made with the same high level of quality materials and labor as issued for the United States military. Each Wilbur & Orville Collection product comes with The Wright Brothers® Certificate of Authenticity document complete with serial number.

Product specifications

Weight .4375 lbs
Dimensions 3.1875 x 8.75 x 4.5 in
Size

57 mm

Color

23K Gold Plated

Manufacturer’s guarantee

For over 40 years Randolph Engineering has built eyewear so durable that all solder joints on all metal frames are warranted for life. Randolph guarantees any frame with broken solder joints will be repaired or replaced and sent back free of charge.

To maintain your eyewear’s maximum performance regularly wipe the lenses with the supplied microfiber cloth and use the maintenance kit located in the case pocket.

Randolph Engineering, Inc. warrants its eyewear against breakage caused by defects in materials or workmanship for one year from the date of consumer purchase and, at it option, will repair or replace any such eyewear without charge during that period. Scratched lenses are not covered under Randolph’s warranty policy. Randolph Engineering, Inc., at its option, will repair or replace any broken solder joints on its metal frame eyewear throughout the lifetime of the product.

For warranty service work, simply send your Randolph Engineering product together with proof of purchase to: Randolph Engineering, Inc., 26 Thomas Patten Drive, Randolph, MA 02368 U.S.A. Randolph Engineering, Inc. will pay the return postage and effect repairs or replacement, at its option, without charge if within warranty coverage at time period.

There are no warranties, expressed or implied, which extend beyond the description contained here. Any consumer warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose which are not disclaimed under the foregoing language are conditioned on normal consumer use and do not cover damage which occurs beyond the point of manufacture, or failure which results from alteration, accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance. Randolph Engineering, Inc. will not be liable for the promises of others in the course of sales to consumers.

To the extent allowed by law, consumer warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose not disclaimed under the foregoing language do no extend after the period of one year from the date of consumer purchase.

Your state may give specific consumer rights superseding those contained herein.

The Wright Family's Hawthorn Hill family home in Oakwood

In early 1912, the brothers bought 17 acres of land in Oakwood, a suburb of Dayton. The brothers and their sister Katharine worked together on the design of the new house. Tragically, Wilbur died from typhoid fever on May 30, 1912 just before construction began. He was 45 years old. in April 1914, Orville, Katharine and the Bishop moved into the house.

Support the Wright brothers’ legacy

A large portion of the license royalties from the sale of The Wright Brothers® merchandise goes to The Wright Brothers Family Foundation, whose focus is on preservation of Hawthorn Hill, the Wright brothers’ family home in the Oakwood suburb of Dayton, and on promoting the hometown legacy of the Wright brothers while supporting various aviation heritage causes worldwide.

Place a visit to Dayton on your bucket list and explore the Birthplace of Aviation. The National Aviation Heritage Area (NAHA) includes various Wright brothers sites including the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, Dayton History, Woodland Historic Cemetery & Arboretum, Wright B Flyer, Inc, Wright State University Wright Archives and more.

Shipping & returns

Free Shipping applies to all orders over $100.00, shipped via UPS Ground within the Continental United States (exclusive of Alaska, Hawaii & U.S. Territories). A return-shipping label is included in each package of non-promotional items. Free Shipping details are subject to change at anytime without notice.

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