And for that we carry full line of rolling papers from Raw and OCB along with glass tips from brands like Roor and Marley Natural. Quality papers ensure a quality smoke session, and we carry only best papers on the market.
Rolling Papers have actually been around for centuries and are the staple of any roll your own tool set. Rolling papers are an easy way to smoke any finely ground dry herb, and they are easy, portable and convenient. They fit easily into your pocket and can be pulled out at a moment’s notice. A rolled cigarette is also a very sociable way to enjoy a smoke session.
Glass tips are a very nice smoke accessory to add to your "roll your own" arsenal. Glass filter tips go onto the end of a rolled joint or blunt and prevent fine herb from getting into your mouth. They also prevent spit from getting onto a joint and make it easier when the joint is near the end (no burned fingers!).
A Guide To Rolling Paper Sizes
Rolling papers come in various size, and the naming system is not always intuitive. To clear up some of the confusion we created this primer:
Single Wide: Typically 68-70mm long x 34-36mm wide. These are the smallest papers on the market. Because of their small size, many smokers roll these papers without a filter. These came around when King James I of England created a tobacco tax in 1604.
1 ¼: Typically 76-78mm long x 45-48mm wide. The standard sized rolling paper. These are the most widely used papers among smokers. It is named “one and a quarter” because it can hold 25 percent more dry herb than a single wide.
1 ½: Typically 76-78mm long x 60-62mm wide. Can hold fifty percent more dry herb than a single wide, which is why it they are called “one and a half.” These papers are great for smokers who want a larger roll.
Double Wide: Typically 76-78mm long x 88mm wide. Can hold twice as much dry herb product as a single wide. These are the tallest papers on the market, making them excellent for fat rolls.
King Size: Typically 100-110mm long x 55-60mm wide. These are the largest standard sized papers on the market, so named not because of their size but because they were a favorite of the King of England when first introduced.
Along with rolling papers and glass tips for joints and blunts we have a wide selection of grinders, torches, cleaning supplies and lifestyle accessories.