You're never too old to be lighting up jack-o-lanterns, dressing up in your favorite costumes, or staying up into the wee hours terrifying yourself with scary movies. And though 2021 has cast us to the wind when it comes to celebrating this year's holidays due to lockdowns, you can still get into the Halloween spirit by celebrating with some spooky strains and some fresh, glass gear.
From creepy spiders to doll-like horror characters, get in touch with your inner witch or demon with these Halloween-themed pipes, bongs, and rigs.
Cyclops Eyeball Pipe by Chameleon Glass
This cyclops pipe from Chameleon Glass is always watching. For those enchanted by the all-seeing, or those who'd like to pay homage to Book from Hocus Pocus, this handheld pipe makes for the perfect Halloween night peace.
Price: $73 - 87
Oshun Water Bubbler by Canna Luxe
According to Canna Luxe, the Oshun Water Bubbler was “inspired by the Yoruba goddess, Oshun,” who is “associated with water, purity, love, and sensuality with a love for gold.”
Cracks of gold shine against jet black, making this silicone piece enchanting and witchy enough for spiritual sessions under an All Hallows' Eve moon.
Heady Gremlin Dab Rig by Zink
Custom Child's Play Bong by Little Ghost Bootique
Based on the iconic 1988 movie, the Child's Play bong by Little Ghost Bootique truly captures the campy, bloody terror of Chucky. Designed by Chelsa Darling, who's also the brain behind many other unique horror-centric pieces, each custom order is one-of-a-kind, so handle with care.
Skull Head Gandalf Pipe from Brothers With Glass (by Chameleon Glass)
Halloween is all about the gothic and macabre. Characteristic with a Gandalf-style stem, the Skull Head Pipe by Chameleon Glass is just right for loading up a few hits and starting an Addams Family marathon or bone-chilling podcast series.
Spider Novelty Glass Pipe from Puffing Bird
Arachnophobes beware: the Spider Glass Pipe from Puffing Bird may cause you to do a hair-raising double-take. Its realistic shape offers an interesting pull with the mouthpiece as one of its legs, so don't leave it out lest someone mistakes it for the real deal and crushes it out of fear.
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