Torches, Rolling Papers & Glass Tips

Sure, we've made a lot of advancements in the way of water pipes and high-tech vapes. And we love all that gear.

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For your dabbing needs we have powerful butane torches from SToK and Newport, to keep those fires burning bright. Find a full assortment of luxury smoke accessories below.

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.

Sure, we've made a lot of advancements in the way of water pipes and high-tech vapes. And we love all that gear.

read more

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.