Best weed accessories for hiking: essential supplies for outdoor smoking

Adventurous smoking supplies have probably come a long way since your last check.

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This is the season for hiking, camping, waterfall jumping, at the very least, extra long walks with the dogs. The warmer months are upon us and car rental prices are skyrocketing; It’s time to plan the trips and adventures you’ve been craving for all winter, spring, and most of last year.

Depending on where the road takes you, the different cannabis laws from state to state, as well as the increased risk of fire in most of them, require an increased degree of responsibility when letting go. incorporation of cannabis into outdoor activities. Don’t worry, however, adventure-friendly smoking supplies have likely come a long way since your last check. Here are eight of the proven and most exciting new accessories designed for cannabis and outdoor enthusiasts.

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I don’t need to remind stoners how annoying it is to light a joint on a windy day, when you smoke half the thing just trying to keep it lit. The Slide Lighter by Tetra is a chic and compact lighter that slides to reveal and ignite a mini version of those classic coil-shaped car lighters. It is not affected by the wind at all; the coil heats the same inside and out. The included USB cord makes it more eco-friendly than the Bic in your current backpacking bag, and for all of its style (four cool color options), it’s an affordable buy.

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Let’s pour one for those broken glass bongs that have known a shattered fate. Personally, I keep my glass indoors and opt for unbreakable smoking tools when I’m on less predictable terrain outside. It is exactly for this reason that Dangle Supply has developed steel bongs, designing a practical and easily squeezable 7 inch bong that is meant to be wrapped and banged. The Poler X Dangle Supply DangleBong in Orange Speckle pays homage to the classic speckle of camping-friendly cookware with this adorable and extra durable ceramic coating.

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Just because I said I don’t use my glass bong outside doesn’t mean I don’t travel with it. As someone who doesn’t own a car and relies on rentals for overnight trips, regulating the smell of weed in transit is essential, especially when your bong is as stinky as the mine. These things are a game changer. Silicone plugs come in a variety of sizes, literally plugging the open ends of your parts to trap any residual bong water or resin fumes. One package covers the mouth of the bong, the mouthpiece where the bowl fits, and even the smaller ones for the end of a bowl or pipe. Since they are silicone, you can wipe them down between uses and they are like new.

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Speaking of wipes, if we’re being honest, these are the VIPs of every smoking session. Whether it’s resinous fingertips, an excessively grimy poker, or stained ash where it shouldn’t be, a wipe containing some sort of alcohol is an ideal solution. But when you’re in the middle of a forest, or all set up by a lake, the last thing you want is some extra garbage to lug around. These wipes can’t necessarily be thrown out in the wild, but they can be composted in suitable composting sites, and lavender oil, aloe, cucumber, chamomile flower, and white tea make this an option. much more natural and gentle on the skin. clean up any sticky sap or general dirt.

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If there’s one thing on this list that will really appeal to all types of outdoor stoners, it’s the Companion bag by the anti-odor aficionados at Revelry. Each bag has a sturdy canvas exterior with a rubber backing that also contains a charcoal filter, containing smells of supplies or unlit butts from less flower-friendly passers-by. This functional, unisex shoulder strap version is available in a variety of material and zipper colors, with an exterior pocket and divider in the main waterproof zipper.

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There is no excuse for being lazy about ash and gasket butts. It is our duty as nature lovers to dispose of and carefully dispose of all flammables and garbage, so if you are unsure of the next time you see a trash can one of these keychain ashtrays provides an effortless safety net. This small 1mm thick aluminum container can hold about three cockroaches at a time, with a silicone ring around the screw cap to bottle all the ash and aroma.

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Some of our “exteriors” are more of the deli on the edge of the park than free climbing canyons. There is no shame in getting your fix of fresh air; all tolerances are welcome here. This double-sided throw by Broccoli is perfect for days when the grass is still a bit damp – the darker side down, and no hint of green grass will make a difference. Designed by Katherine Plumb, the 50 inch x 58 inch woven blanket has a fun checkerboard pattern with “Woozy, are they or aren’t they” potted flowers and leaves subtle enough that no one is caught in it. hang their pearls in the park. If you have lighter grass stains it is 100% cotton so you can wash it in your machine as usual on a cold cycle.

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Mister Green owns the cool, outdoor enthusiast stoner gear set, and it all started with this Bong Nalgene water bottle. No lie, the iconic item inspired the trademark trademark of the words “bong water” in this regard. Everyone loves an unbreakable Nalgene; each use will bring an undeniable icebreaker in mixed society. This is what cannabis-inspired gear should be: useful, adventure-friendly, and fun.

Lauren Yoshiko is a Portland-based writer and co-host of Broccoli Reviewthe podcast of, Talk about broccoli. She was among the first journalists to cover the cannabis trade and cultivation starting in 2014 and her work has since been published in Willamette Week, Forbes, Rolling stone, and Broccoli Review, among others. Follow her on Instagram at @laurenyoshiko for Portland breakfast sandwiches, the smashed nail art and moderate cat content.
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