It would seem highly likely that at some point in 2014 the long awaited Google Glass will be hitting stores. The question remains, however, as to just how it will hit the stores because there is a certain amount of set up required for each unit. Purchasers will need to be given a tutorial on the device and undergo a fitting process, which obviously requires trained staff. This would tend to discount your general sales staff at an electronics store so it is unlikely that Google will just ship out the items; they need a structured plan.
Originally the rumors were that Google would in fact have to open their own chain of stores specifically for the sale of Google Glass. This would be a costly endeavor and may mean that the price per unit on Google Glass may be quite high. The latest rumor, however, is that Google has started to consider teaming up with Best Buy and opening sections within this already established chain of stores. It would then make the opening costs much lower allowing the company to place trained staff within Best Buy stores instead of opening whole new outlets. It should be noted that this rumor has yet to be confirmed, but indications are that this may be the way to go for Google if they can come to a good working relationship with the popular electronics chain.