Collection: Hand Pipes

Hand pipes, or dry pipes are the quintessential smoker's tool. Pocket-sized and easy to use, hand pipes also come in an infinite array of designs and colors.

They feature an indented chamber with a hole called the bowl. This chamber is where smokers will pack and light their herbs. Pipes typically feature carburetors (AKA the carb) at the same end as the bowl. Carbs function to let air into the pipe so that smoke can be easily cleared. The neck and mouthpiece sit at the other end of the pipe to direct smoke to the smoker's mouth.

Materials pipes made from
  • Glass Pipes: The most popular among stoners because of its functionality. Its' one of the simplest ways to safely enjoy your favorite cannabis, weed, or CBD flower. It's way easier than using a vaporizer or a bong.
  • Metal Pipes: They are very low maintenance and super durable. It is suitable for on the go.
  • Wooden Pipes: They are sturdy, affordable, and lend a pleasantly rustic aesthetic to your smoking experience. Using a wooden pipe, you'll be able to inhale the smoke into your mouth and then exhale it.
  • Stone Pipes: Durable, portable, and each one unique, stone pipes have many advantages over glass or metal pipes because it doesn't alter the taste of your smoke like metal or wood does. Smoking from stone tastes clean and full-flavored, just like from glass. Stone pipes don't require any water, either, so you can smoke them any time, any place.
  • Silicone Pipes: Silicone pipes are much sought after smoking pipes. They offer excellent smoking properties, are very durable, easy to clean, and give you a lot of bang for your bucks.