Canada’s favourite cannabis accessory brands

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Judging
from
Leafly
readers’
choices
for
favourite
cannabis
accessories,
the
style
revolution
is
well
underway
when
it
comes
to
bongs,
pipes,
rolling
trays,
and
more.

Most
of
the
top
choices
shared
a
minimalist
aesthetic,
perhaps
a
reaction
against
the
rainbows,
skulls,
and
cannabis
leaves
of
previous
generations.

Canada’s
favourite
cannabis
accessory
brand


tokyo smoke marble rolling accessories tray ashtray jar

Jesse
Milns/Leafly

The
cannabis
retail
chain
was
a
trendsetter
in
elevating
the
aesthetic
of
cannabis
accessories.
Their
elegantly
designed
collection–such
as
the
rose-glass

Heirloom
Stack
Pipe
,
which
resembles
a
vase,
but
can
be
deconstructed
into
a
pipe,
ashtray,
and
grinder–continues
to
connect
with
design-minded
cannabis
enthusiasts.
Their
bestsellers
include
their
slim
pipes
and
vapes
as
well
as
creative
innovations
such
as
a
cheese-grater-style
grinder
that
you
can
slip
into
your
wallet.


BRNT designs hexagon bong

Jesse
Milns/Leafly

Since
four
students
at
the
University
of
Alberta
first
launched

BRNT

in
2017
with
the
Hexagon,
a
ceramic
bong
inspired
by
minimalistic
design
aesthetics,
the
stylish
accessories
line
has
added
walnut
rolling
trays,
concrete
ashtrays,
and
pipes,
and
geometrically-designed
glassware
to
the
collection,
now
available
in
30
stores
across
Canada.
They’ve
also
added
a
limited-time
collaboration
with
Tweed
on
a
line
of
marble
rolling
trays.


red eye glass colourful pipes

Red
Eye
Glass/Facebook

Famous
for
their
colour-changing
glass
pipes,
the
Vancouver-based
designers
bring
creativity
and
a
sense
of
humour
to
wild
designs,
such
as
the
Mister
Moustachio
tube
water
pipe,
which
is
topped
with
a
comically
oversized
moustache
to
combine
the
joy
of
inhaling
with
the
joy
of
seeing
your
friend
with
a
fake
stash.


canadian lumber

Photo
by
Sean
Berrigan

The
Halifax
company
set
out
to
produce
Canada’s
leading
rolling
paper.
Judging
by
Leafly
readers’
response,
they’ve
achieved
just
that
with
their
three
signature
brands:
Greens
(100%
hemp
papers),
Woods
(100%
unbleached,
unrefined
wood
pulp),
and
Hippy
(50%
flaxseed
and
50%
hemp).

While
their
papers
are
the
focus,

Canadian
Lumber

also
produces
aluminum
rolling
trays
and
scent-proof
bags,
accented
with
a
lumberjackian
red-and-black
plaid
print.


studio A OK pipe yellow

Jesse
Milns/Leafly

The

studio

behind
Vancouver’s
All
Day
Breakfast
headshop
is
also
a
lifestyle
brand.
Their

stock

includes
everything
from
sophisticatedly
minimalistic
ceramic
bongs
and
pipes
through
delightfully
camp
offerings
such
as
a
pipe
shaped
like
a
pink
elephant’s
head
or
a
glass
“Gatorbeug”
bong
made
to
look
like
a
homemade
Gatorade
bottle
toke.


Women cannabis brands canada

Photo
by
Jesse
Milns

The
Montreal
accessories
line,
characterized
by
its
neutral
or
pastel
colour
palettes,
is
a
fashion
magazine
favourite.
In
2019,
their
collaboration
with
New
York
City
artist
Amber
Vittoria
produced
an
exclusive
abstract
print
for
the
Verde
x
Amber
Vittoria
acrylic
rolling
tray.


Krush grinders kube 2.0

Jesse
Milns/Leafly

Their
aerodynamically-designed
aluminum
grinders
that
span
the
Pantone
rainbow
are
their
signature,
but
the

Toronto
company

is
also
chasing
the
high-end
market
with
grinders
and
rolling
trays
in
black
walnut
and
artificial
marble,
not
to
mention
their

A’dore
stash
box
,
which
is
locked
using
biometric
fingerprint
security
technology.


Laundry
Day
Nanou
Pipe
|
Jesse
Milns/Leafly

Four
years
after
Victoria
Ashley
founded
the
Laundry
Day
accessories
line
in
Victoria,
BC,
the
’70s-inspired
products
have
been
hailed
for
their
stylish
design
by
such
fashion
arbiters
as
Vogue
and
Refinery29.


Canoe Cannabis Co leather stash case

Canoe
Stash
Case
|
@CanoeCannabisCo/Instagram

Laundry
Day
ties
with
a
brand
that
carries
a
very
different
aesthetic.
Canoe
Cannabis
Co.
channels
rugged
outdoor
adventurers
with
grinders,
rolling
papers,
and
slim
leather
cases.


Allume Toboggan pipe

Allume/Facebook


Allume
’s
abstract,
Barbapapa-shaped
pipes
are
complemented
by
totes
and
broaches
that
share
the
brand’s
Earth
daughter
ethos.


Canada
Puffin
|
Jesse
Milns/Leafly


Canada
Puffin

is
inspired
by
Canadian
iconography,
stamping
their
pipes,
bongs
and
rolling
papers
with
the
maple
leaf.



 
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