RE Ranger Prescription Sunglasses
Randolph Engineering, with its historic ties to the United States military through its supply of Standard Issue aviator sunglasses, have developed a fine understanding of what it takes to craft the ultimate performance eyewear. Its RE Ranger project applies its years of success and experience to the world of shooting sunglasses, and through collaboration with industry leaders and experienced professionals, the result is shooting eyewear that is the choice of champions.
This family-run, New England-based business began in the early 1990s, with help from the shooting industry's leading optical experts. Lasting partnerships with Olympic and other elite shooters have helped to develop truly exceptional eyewear.
Two of RE Ranger's frames are available custom-made to your prescription with premium lenses. The Sporter has its prescription lenses glazed directly into the frame, while the XLW uses a clip-on insert to deliver corrective vision.
These models take a leaf from the book of parent company Randolph Engineering with premium grade metal frames crafted into stylish yet understated shapes, including the pilot lens shape, that leave your skills to do the talking!
For shooters, RE Ranger eyewear is game changer. Finally, a selection of purpose-made frame designs and lens tints specifically for shooting! What's more, select designs are available in prescription form. Read on to learn more about what makes RE Ranger the choice for leading shooters the world over.
Rooted In Quality
American-made frames built to perform in all conditions
Randolph Engineering pride themselves on being the only remaining metal eyewear manufacturer in the USA. RE Ranger’s shooting glasses are crafted with care and built to last.
Features including adjustable nose bridges, spring hinge temples, comfort cables and non-slip silicone nose pads all work to give engineered advantages to fit any style of shooter’s needs.
When a split-second counts, you want every possible edge. The fruit of a years-long collaboration with Zeiss, This eyewear offers the highest optical clarity and most enhanced target definition in the industry.
RE Ranger’s proprietary NexPC™ lenses, can withstand a 12-gauge shotgun blast from 10 yards away. These lenses are five to six times more impact-resistant than the standard industry lens.
Cutting Edge Optics
A winning collaboration with Zeiss
The finest shooting eyewear available in prescription
For those in need of corrective vision, we offer two RE Ranger frames with prescription lenses. Choose from either the Sporter's directly-glazed frame or the insert found on the XLW.
Each of these models still allow you to change the outer lenses of your model with any of RE Ranger's shooting-specific lens tints, meaning you don't have to compromise on performance, even with a prescription.
Confused about which lenses you need? We offer a wide choice of lenses for each RE Ranger model. Depending on your shooting discipline you may be better suited to one of the options suggested below. If you want the freedom to choose, you can always buy an extra pair of lenses for your model by following this link about browsing our selection of replacement lenses.
Trap shooting is a recreational and competitive shooting sport in which participants aim to break orange clay targets launched from a single machine called a “trap house.” Targets are launched from an oscillating machine positioned downrange from where the shooter stands.
Sporting clay shooting is a recreational and competitive sport in which participants aim to break clay targets of various colors launched from various machines, at various speeds, angles, elevations, target sizes, and distances. Trap machines may be visible to the shooter or hidden, and one game typically consists of 100 targets.
Skeet shooting is a recreational and competitive shooting sport in which participants aim to break orange clay targets thrown into the air “sideways” from a mechanical trap machine. The targets are projected at a high speed, and at varying angles, from two fixed housing stations.
While this eyewear was primarily designed for use on the shooting course, it can also be used out in the field, where durability, precision, and protection are of utmost importance. We recommend the below lens choices well-suited for (though not limited to!) hunting and wingshooting.