About Us

Post 4 Sport Glasses is the premier manufacturer of shooting and sports glasses specializing in titanium sport frames. Providing custom crafted prescription and non-prescription sports lenses in a wide array of colors for every condition.

Only Post 4 Sport Glasses have these features:

  • Titanium Frames are stronger & lighter and more durable than spring steel, more comfortable and will retain their shape better.
  • Custom crafted prescription and non-prescription sports lenses manufactured on-site.
  • Individually custom ground for precise optics.
  • A multitude of lens colors available, easily interchangeable for all conditions & situations.
  • Titanium temples are fitted with cushioned, wrap-around earpieces for added comfort.
  • Soft, silicone nose pads included to ensure a firm fit.


Mike Rinard, Founder and designer of Post 4 Sport Glasses, has a unique view of sporting glasses. He is currently an “AA” singles shooter, 27-yard handicap shooter, as well as an avid fisherman, hunter and a former one handicap golfer. His day job is making custom lenses at his optical laboratory. Mike decided to combine his two passions, shooting and optical manufacturing. The result is Post 4 Optics. After 5 years of designing and testing, he brought his Post 4 Sport Glasses to the public and received rave reviews. Why is this company called Post 4? Because like all shooters, Mike is somewhat superstitious, he always starts on Post 4.


Brian Johnson is the Webmaster for Post 4 Sport Glasses. Brian is also known through out the trapshooting community as BJ or Short Pockets. Brian is a third generation trap shooter and has been going to shooting events since he was 6 months old. That shoot was in Nez Perce, Idaho at the Nez Perce Gun Club. Brian is currently an “A” singles shooter, and a 27 yard handicap shooter. Brian has won many state and national titles, and was fortunate enough to get an invite to try out for the Olympic team in 1995. Brian uses the High Definition Shooter Passion Purple lenses when he is shooting in the Arizona heat.