High Times: 11 Ganja Gifts For Dads Who Smoke Weed

The Father’s Day gift guide for the world’s greatest dad, from golf gear to cannabis tours.

Do you smoke with your dad? Maybe you know your pop smokes, but you haven’t shared a joint together yet? It’s time, in the era of legal cannabis, to salute his herbal habits. Especially when it comes to Father’s Day Gifts. Make your father a happy man by giving him a thoughtful gift this Father’s Day that honors his awesomeness, open-mindedness, and love of weed.

Summerland Stonerware
This sleek series of ceramic pipes from California are perfect for the low-key weed smoker. If your dad loves good design, he’ll go nuts for Summerland bongs and pipes. Pick up a Fruit Fantasy apple pipe to show him you care, or go big with the Land Yacht bong. Its double chambers give off an “Ahoy, there!” vibe. Your stoner dad will love it.

Puffingtons’ Pitch’n’Puff
The Pitch’n’Puff combo pack from Puffingtons will let your golf-loving father play right through. The Pitch’n’Puff pack contains a clever little one-hitter masquerading as a golf tee, plus a hollow golf ball designed to stash his greens while on the green. It’s the perfect combo for a fun afternoon of golf and ganja with your dad.

The Nuggy
The handiest little tool around! Fathers will love this little pocket device. New Nuggy models have a heat-resistant aluminum oxide shell that doubles as a carb cap. The Nuggy Dab sports a pick, spoon, paddle and fork, while the Hybrid contains a pick, scraper, spoon, paddle, knife and clip for both concentrates and flower. The Original Nuggy is also available, with 10 different smoking tools in a single device. Each tool stays in place during use with a spring-locked system. The Nuggy is like a pocket knife, but for weed! Available in blue or pink.

We highlighted a few of our favorites but read the whole list by Mary Jane Gibson at High Times.

Image from Puffingtons. 

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