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Tobacco Pouch

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Manny Calavera, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. Manny Calavera

    Manny Calavera Senior member

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    Dunno' which forum would be the best to post this in so I chose the most familiar. Please no flak about smoking. I smoke organic American Spirit and I'd like a little "classier" pouch for my tobacco, preferably leather. Can anyone recommend something? I figured that maybe something good would come out of Japan but my searches have not been fruitful. Any suggestions?
     
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    Hmmm, I hate to throw it out there, as so many of us have lately; but I am sure that Red Moon would make something for this. They smoke like chimney's there.

    I will look around.
     
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    thanks everyone! ive been wondering the same thing, what can i put my tobacco in thet will help me get good back pocket atari. now it looks like there are some options. keep em coming.
     
  6. Manny Calavera

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    thanks everyone! ive been wondering the same thing, what can i put my tobacco in thet will help me get good back pocket atari. now it looks like there are some options. keep em coming.

    Agreed. Thanks guys.
     
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    You bastards are making me sad that I don't smoke any more. I love smoking. Dammit.
     
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    i love smoking roll ups. anything else i cant stand, unless its green and sticky.
     
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    i love smoking roll ups. anything else i cant stand, unless its green and sticky.

    Seperated at birth. Once upon a time I could get the absolute best loose clove tobacco. It was like heaven in pouch. Why do I want to be a good example? Dammit.
     
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    Seperated at birth. Once upon a time I could get the absolute best loose clove tobacco. It was like heaven in pouch. Why do I want to be a good example? Dammit.

    that sounds nice... i only smoke us grown american spirit... everything else tastes like wet sawdust after you try it.
     
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    American Spirit is pretty good but I could turn you onto some GREAT tobacco that would spoil you forever and make you think American Spirits taste like sawdust.
     
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    American Spirit is pretty good but I could turn you onto some GREAT tobacco that would spoil you forever and make you think American Spirits taste like sawdust.
    ok.. do it. i dont like most euro style tobaccos ive tried tho, but im always willing to try something new.
     
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    Hey guys. Gary at Drinkwater's sent me some very nice pics of a couple pouches he's selling. I would post them but...I'm incompetent when it comes to resizing and posting stuff on message boards. Anyone wanna' help me out?
     
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    I prefer a Persian slipper.
     
  16. Manny Calavera

    Manny Calavera Senior member

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    imageshack.us

    I was trying to avoid imageshack on my 56kps connection, but...[​IMG]

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    Silk pouches are $25 plus shipping, leather pouch is $35 plus shipping. You can contact Gary at grdrinkwater@hotmail.com or message him on here. I'm still debating and researching, myself.
     
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    I was trying to avoid imageshack on my 56kps connection, but...[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Silk pouches are $25 plus shipping, leather pouch is $35 plus shipping. You can contact Gary at grdrinkwater@hotmail.com or message him on here. I'm still debating and researching, myself.
    I like some of those. What are they lined with?
     
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    I like some of those. What are they lined with?

    "some type of nylon lining."
     
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    I suggest that the perfect tobacco pouch is the ball sac of something that you have killed - a buck's or moose's scrotum. can't get any more manly than that.

    AlanC - what is a persian slipper?
     
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    I suggest that the perfect tobacco pouch is the ball sac of something that you have killed - a buck's or moose's scrotum. can't get any more manly than that.

    AlanC - what is a persian slipper?



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