American Made! Prescription Eyeglasses “Made in USA”


Schedule an Appointment for custom fitting  Prescription Eyeglasses made in the USA.  So what does this mean,  we want to produce more of our own consumed eyeglasses as well as many other products to give Americans their jobs back or just give them a job!  Currently, at the forefront of all our media discussions is about the political scene and future status of our country among nations.  We assume that our future lies in the hands of the person elected.  Unfortunately this may or may not be true.  However, as citizens it is our right and we should excerize this privilege to vote.

Unfortunately, the elected president only has a certain amount of control.  Reinvigoriation of American companies who control our ability to provide jobs and produce revenue for our government’s coffers, should be encouraged and make things amenable to where they use our labor.  We have a huge outsourcing of jobs lost to lesser expensive production to other countries for those things Americans love to consume or desire.

American-made eyeglasses are hard to find, because the U.S. doesn’t support a domestic eyewear industry. The eyewear business began in Italy, where there is a centuries old tradition of decorative art, and eyewear manufacturing and they own or make most of the eyeglasses that we wear.

Buying “Made in USA” which could and should be the best made glasses in America should be where we are headed.  We need to get control of the quality at reasonable prices for production so the companies are making money in great stylish eyeglasses and sunglasses.  This will be one of America’s best attempts in producing products that are highly consumed.  This will mean more jobs for Americans.

There aren’t many brands made in America now.  Oakley and Shuron are two eyeglass companies that prouduce some of their eyeglasses here.  Also, AO Eyewear makes and sells the Original Pilot Aviator sunglasses that have been a favorite of American military pilots since 1958. Pilot sunglasses are engineered to the actual military specifications that apply to the sunglasses that are issued to U.S. soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen.

More and more Americans are putting more emphasis these days on making sure that everyday items like clothing and apparel are American-made. Sunglasses are one of those accessories that we all need, use almost every day during certain seasons, and provide protection and comfort to us especially during those bright and hot summer months out in the sun. They should be American-made too.


So here’s your chance to make sure you’re sporting American-made sunglasses this summer, and let everyone know you support the “Buy American” cause at the same time.

Schedule your Appointment at the Eyewear Gallery! to find American made Eyeglasses. Dr. Warren Johnson/Dr. Do Nguyen 901-763-2020


About Eyewear Gallery

Eyewear Gallery was established 30 years ago and our office likes to write about many topics that are related to eyecare, glasses and stories that we hope you enjoy. We write about your vision, health and educational facts as well as some fun information. We pride ourselves in medical eyecare and designer eyewear and have received the Peoples Choice Award more than once. We have designer frames such as Lunor, Tiffany, Oliver Peoples and Tom Ford. We also have non designer eyewear and cater to all ages. We stock alot of sunglasses such as Oakley, Wiley X, Costa del Mar, Ray Ban and Maui Jim for sports and outdoor fun. Eyewear Gallery is also known as one of the few Custom Sports Sunglass providers in the USA in both prescription and non prescription. Please visit our website Thanks for visiting and following our blogs.
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