Wood Smoking Pipes For Sale
Wood pipes are one of the most common and strongest pipes out there for smoking tobacco or weed. Walnut wood and hand-blown high quality borosilicate glass which turning into your favorite smoking pipe is an art that the Bob Marley brand takes pride in. With a natural resistance to fire, a natural ability to absorb moisture, plus an attractive appearance, Marley Natural pipes are a perfect choice for dry herb pipe wood! These pipes are great as wooden glass pipes for daily smokers. They have great taste and the look of the beautiful Walnut Wood. You'll even enjoy just looking at the images in our listing of wooden pipes for sale!
Choose your favorite pipe from our extensive selection of handcrafted Wooden pipes, guaranteed to be a valued addition to your pipe collection. Enjoy your wood smoking pipe with quality walnut wood, the ultimate in tobacco or pot pipe wood! And if the price is any consideration, you'll find our wooden pipes for sale to be of excellent quality materials that are well priced!
What is a Wooden Smoking Pipe?
A wooden smoking pipe is like any other smoking pipe: you can use a wooden pipe for smoking tobacco and herbs. Using a wooden pipe, you'll be able to inhale the smoke into your mouth and then exhale it.
Why use a Wooden Pipe?
A wooden smoking pipe brings a few unique elements to your smoking experience. Not only does it add a bit of class and sophistication to your smoking setup, but it also has its own effect on your smoking experience.
Wooden pipes impart a certain earthy aroma as the smoke is drawn through the wood. Because the wooden bowl can sometimes burn slightly, wooden pipes add gentle flavoring to your smoking material. This smooth, natural flavor is sought after by wooden pipe aficionados. Some swear by it!
How to use a wooden pipe for smoking?
Using a wooden pipe doesn’t require any special techniques. Just cut up your herbs into a loose bundle and pack it into your bowl as you would do in any other pipe. Light the bowl, inhale and enjoy!
Why are many pipes traditionally made from wood?
Wooden pipes have been around since people knew how to make a fire. Wood was easy to come by and could be easily manufactured into a great smoking attribute. Wood remains popular even today because of its excellent smoking properties and the cool organic look and feel. Do note that where you can clean most pipes using rubbing alcohol or other solvents, wood can only be cleaned by scrubbing or scraping the resins out of the pipe.
What are the pros and cons of Wooden Pipes?
Let’s start with the pros. Acrylic pipes are durable, don’t get hot, are light, and have their own unique look. The only con they might have is that their colors do stand out, so if keeping it low-key is your thing, you might have to look at something else. We have a selection of easy-to-hide stealth pipes for you over here.
It's fine to enjoy the retro look of a vintage item with a wood mug. Because of the use of wood, these parts have a very earthy, natural quality to them, and they can often imitate something a father would smoke after a long day at the factory or whatever. The argument is that these items often have a distinct appearance that either says, "I'm a smoker with a 1950s throwback theme!" or, "I'm a smoker with a 1950s throwback style!" or "I'm an earth-friendly smoker." You almost feel like you're smoking in style when you're with them.
A wood pipe is a pain in the ass to clean. You can’t soak it in cleaning solution to bring it back to being good as new so you’ll likely have to settle for a hard-core brushing. This means your piece will accumulate resin and smell stronger and stronger until it’s impossible to hide. The moment you buy a wood piece, start the count down. Its days will be numbered unless you can afford to not care about the smell.
Types of wood used for pipes
Our wooden pipes are made from selected hardwoods. These are the most durable, and they conduct little heat, which means they won’t taint the flavor of your favorite herb with anything funky. The most commonly used hardwoods are:
- White Oak
- Black Walnut
Why The Wooden Pipes Don't Burn?
Smoking out of wood might seem like a pretty bad idea. After all, it’s wood! It’s literally what fires are made from. However, your wooden pipe isn’t at any risk of bursting into flame during normal smoking. Despite that, the truth is that wooden pipes do burn. But they burn very little and very slowly.
Since our wooden pipes are made using high-quality hardwoods, they don’t conduct or retain much heat. While they do burn gradually and wear out the pipe, this burning adds to the aroma of your smoke and is a sought-after part of the smoking experience for many.
Eventually, after hundreds or thousands of bowls, you’ll need to retire your wooden pipe. The bowl will eventually wear down from the heat. But this is just an excuse to pick up another awesome wooden pipe!
How to Clean A Wooden Pipe
It is necessary to correctly season the bowl of a new wooden pipe before smoking it. Wet the tip of your finger and wipe the inside of the bowl with it. Using your lighter, char the bowl of the tubing upside down. Fill the bowl just halfway, and repeat for the first three or four sessions. This results in the creation of a protective coating of carbon residue within the bowl. Never scrub the bowl down to bare wood while washing a wooden pipe. Still leave a coating of char to shield the bowl from deterioration over time. Using a Pipe Brush is the quickest way to clean a wooden pipe bowl. Use the reamer (spade-shaped tip) to remove as much of the caked-on material from inside the bowl. Once you have manually removed as much as possible, bend a pipe cleaner into a V shape and dip it in Resin Remover. Use the wet pipe cleaner to soften and remove more of the resin. Repeat with as many pipe cleaners as needed, until the very little resin is being removed. Follow up with a dry pipe cleaner to remove any leftover Resin Remover. Never soak a wooden pipe. To clean the shank or stem of a wooden pipe, dip a straight pipe cleaner in Resin Remover and run it through the shank. Do this a few times, changing the pipe cleaner each time, until there is nothing left to remove. Finish, by passing a dry pipe cleaner through the shank to remove any leftover moisture.