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The 30 Best Weed Gifts for Occasional Smokers and Dedicated Stoners

Almost as good as getting them actual cannabis.

A chef can’t prep food without knives. A dancer can’t perform without shoes. A painter can’t create art without brushes. And the stoner in your life can’t possibly enjoy marijuana to the fullest without the latest and greatest in weed paraphernalia. And believe us: There’s lately been a lot of great. (No, we’re not just talking about New Jersey.) Whether you’re hunting for the best grinder, vape, or cool smoking accessory, these 30 gifts will help any kind of cannabis-partaker elevate their experience to new. heights.

There isn’t a weird angle in the world that’ll stop this lighter from, well, lighting. The flame level’s controllable, too. That’s some heavy-duty gear.

A new activity for after they smoke—instead of putting on The Office for the 800th time.

Keep ’em stocked up year-round with a weed subscription for the essentials: rolling papers, trays, matches, and other dope (sorry) accessories.

And if they’re all set on the essentials, this subscription box takes an artisan turn, gifting them a completely unique smoking piece inside a box full of other curated items every month.

A twofer of a grinder, this pen features a manual grinder on one end and a storage container on the the other. Pretty convenient, if you ask us.

For the culinary mastermind, a book all about cooking with cannabis is perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It goes so much further than pot brownies.

This little guy is a flame-free way to light up with a rechargeable battery supply—and it beats the hell out of a bodega Bic.

If you want to impress a marijuana enthusiast—blow them out of the water, leave them speechless, make them cough on a pull, etc.—then hook them up with the IQ2. It’s smarter and sleeker than a weed vape has any right to be.

Bud isn’t like unopened mail. You can’t stash it in desks, on bookshelves, under the couch. You can’t, god forbid, lose it. So, the grownup choice is to get it its own special case. This one is made to control humidity, eliminate smell, and organize product under lock and key. Oh, and look professional.

Rolling papers fit for ganja royalty.

This bamboo tray, with all the compartments, holders, and stands, is an organized stoner’s dream. It has a built-in ashtray, too.

It doesn’t smell like skunked sour beer. Far from it. Malin+Goetz’s cannabis line is earthy, spiced, and rich—an ode to cannabis, not an exact replica of it.

Great sneakers demand great socks. These are those socks.

Speaking of great sneakers. This collaboration between Mandem and streetwear brand Bluntflip fits the bill.

A coffee table book for the stoner who wants to educate themselves on the interesting ins and outs of weed culture. Or, the newbie who still doesn’t have a handle on indica and sativa, but is eager to learn.

If their grinder is usually the centerpiece of their coffee table, may as well make it a classy, brushed brass one.

If they like smoking marijuana, they might enjoy a soak in a soothing, CBD-infused bath. Wellness at all angles.

For the weed smoker who’d like their high with a side of potassium.

The GR8TR V2 is a real upgrade for folks whose current weed grinder is just-okay-enough. With two plates, it lets you choose the fineness of the grind, it stores plenty of leftover bud, and it’ll break down into a smaller three-piece grinder for handy portability.

Higher Standards is a seriously cool marijuana merch brand. Higher Standards x Pride? The coolest tee they’ll own.

Their at-home infusing experience gets way more high-tech with Levo’s machine—and weed edibles get that much easier to make.

For the weed enthusiast who prefers a bong, but a special bong, this handcrafted ceramic piece is a refined, mature option.

A rolling tray prevents runaway bud from scattering across the living room. Looks cool, too.

Give the gift of plausible deniability with odor-eating spray.

This is the best weed vape you can get them under a hundred bucks, especially if they prefer vaping dry herb.

Who says the smell of marijuana is bad? Homesick’s 4/20 candle evokes all those good vibes with notes of cannabis (and bergamot, cedarwood, sandalwood, patchouli, and musk).

Consider this botanical book, full of hyper-detailed photos of various buds and explanations of each strain, the next best thing to buying them actual cannabis.

This Pax vape is a sleek piece of machinery chock full of techie features, allowing them to easily hit their dry herb and wax at home or on the go.

This is a very mature-looking piece of craftsmanship for carting around one to five pre-rolled joints, responsibly sourced from a burl that grew out of a tree.

These 30 marijuana gifts and accessories will help stoners enjoy ever puff, toke, and hit. Legally, of course. ]]>