The trend of wearing vintage eyewear to avoid being recognized as a foreigner has taken over the globe.
For example, in the United States, the American Glasses Association (AGA) and the International Glasses Alliance (IGA) have teamed up to offer a pair of new vintage glasses that will help keep your identity in the shadows.
American Glasses says it’s the first pair of vintage glasses in the world that’s actually made of American glass.
They also say that these glasses will be available for sale online starting November 3.
“For many years, American glasses have been the standard in the workplace, and the majority of the U.S. workforce uses American glass to protect their workwear,” the AGA says on their website.
“But, since the late 1980s, the popularity of American glasses has dramatically declined.
Today, almost half of all American workers work in offices and factories where American glass is used, and a substantial percentage of those workers also wear glasses made in China.”
While the American glass company has a lot of work to do to reach this goal, they’re hoping that a pair will be enough to help protect the livelihood of their workers.
In their quest to protect American workers, the AIA and IGA partnered up to create these glasses that are made of both American and foreign glass.
The glasses are available in a range of shades and styles.
For example, the new American Glasse Vintage Glasses will be a shade of green, with an eye-catching logo and a black border.
The blue glasses will also be available in white and gold, with a white and blue border, respectively.
The two new vintage pairs will be sold on the AHA website for $149.95 and $149 per pair.
If you’re looking for a pair that is just a bit more affordable, you can buy the ABA Vintage Glasse Set for $69.95, or the IGA Vintage Glass Set for just $29.95.
According to the AVA, the pair is made from 100% American glass, which means that the colors are actually 100% of the colors that are available.
They say that they are aiming to make these glasses as affordable as possible for those who are working in a factory or office setting.
Although these glasses are a bit pricey, they’ll certainly help keep the American workers’ jobs safe.
Read more about vintage glasses at: American Glassing: How to stop getting recognized as foreign on BleacherReport.com