BUSINESS Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and GlassesUSA.com Debut Exclusive Eyewear Collection By Staff Monday, November 20, 2023 12:24 AM Von Miller. NEW YORK—GlassesUSA.com and Super Bowl MVP and Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller have announced the launch of Von Miller x GlassesUSA.com, an eyewear collection made up of 18 styles co-designed by Miller and available exclusively through GlassesUSA.com as part of its Own Your Vision campaign. This first launch within the partnership includes optical and sun frames, and takes inspiration from Miller’s heritage, roots and passion for the Wild West. The collection is available now. Miller said, “It’s not just about wearing frames, frames are part of you and a part of your personality. "Whenever you put on frames, you should feel a sense of coolness. Frames are the first thing that people see and the frames that we created are stylish and unique. When people see them for the first time, I really hope that they feel amazing,” Miller said. Arie Tom, GlassesUSA.com’s CMO, said, “At GlassesUSA.com, we're proud to announce a special eyewear collection that's been a journey of passion and style, co-created with the one and only Super Bowl MVP, Von Miller. Our 'Von Miller x GlassesUSA.com' collection is more than eyewear; it's the embodiment of shared values and our collective approach to life. "Each piece in the collection resonates with the spirit of a champion that is Von and is designed for those who walk through life with confidence and authenticity. Get ready to explore a range of extraordinary eyewear that celebrates individuality and a love for the game, both on and off the field.” Miller is also the founder and president of Von’s Vision, which he launched in 2013. Through Von’s Vision he provides low-income students with eyecare and eyewear. Since its launch, Von’s Vision has gifted over $5.2 million in eyecare and eyewear to over 9,500 students in need across the country, according to the charity. Ahead of the Super Bowl in 2022, Miller hosted a one-day vision clinic for low income children in Los Angeles, as reported in VMAIL.