Aleda King Size Transparent Rolling Papers
These Aleda King Size Transparent Rolling Papers were donated by BurnClear.com. They can be purchased
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Kingpin Flavoured Rolling Papers - Brooklyn Sweets
New York Sized Flavoured Papers! Kingpin has released a limited supply of special edition flavored “blunt size” rolling papers.
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Elements Cigarette Papers - 300 Pack (Regular Size)
These superb ultra thin papers are made of rice paper and an all natural gum by one of the largest respected independent smoking paper makers in Spain.
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Raw Natural Unbleached Rolling Papers - Regular 300 Pack
RAW Natural Unbleached Rolling Papers are a purer and less processed rolling paper unlike anything that you
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Raw Natural Unbleached Rolling Papers - Regular 300 Pack
RAW Organic Unbleached Rolling Papers are a pure and less processed rolling paper unlike anything that you have ever seen or smoked before. They
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Skunk Brand Smoking Papers - Blueberry Skunk
Skunk Brand Papers have introduced these Blueberry Skunk flavoured papers to their range. Each packet comes
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Rolling papers are small sheets, rolls, or leaves of paper which are sold for rolling one's own cigarettes either by hand or with a rolling machine. When rolling a cigarette, one fills the rolling paper with tobacco, shag, cannabis or other herbs. They are most commonly made with wood pulp, hemp, flax, or rice as a base material. Some companies may use esparto, which might lead to a slightly higher carcinogen level when burned.[1] The basic design of a single paper is a long rectangle with a narrow strip of glue or gum all along one of the long edges. Longer, rice-based rolling papers are also often used to make spliffs or used by connoisseurs for cigarettes of the highest quality. Rolling papers are also called skins or rollies (a term which can also mean the hand-rolled cigarettes themselves), but the term skinning up usually only refers to the act of rolling a spliff[2]. Newer rolling papers are available in various flavors. This is said to enhance the smoking experience.

Rolling papers have experienced a resurgence of popularity because it has become increasingly less expensive to roll cigarettes than to purchase a machine-made one in many countries including the USA [3][4][5][6]. Tax policy is the key reason for the cost differential. In addition, people who roll their own cigarettes can customize the cigarette to any shape, size, and form they choose. Rolling papers are sold in lengths of 70mm - 110mm and a range of widths.

Most manufacturers who sell in the USA use the designations 1 (Single wide), 1¼ (1.25) size, 1½ (1.5) size and “Doublewide” (2 or 2.0) in connection with cigarette rolling papers. However, within the industry, these designations have slightly different meanings, much like the term Corona does not mean a definitive size but moreover a general size.; and, across the various brands of cigarette papers, the actual widths of the papers using these designations vary greatly. For example, the 1¼ designation is used with papers having widths ranging from about 1.7 inches to 2 inches, and the 1½ designation is used with papers having widths ranging from around 2.4 to 3 inches. However the length of these papers is always 78mm (+/- 1mm). 1 1/4 is also known as "Spanish Size" or "French" in parts of the world.

While a 1 1/4 sized paper is not exactly 25% larger than a 1 (single wide) paper, there is meaning to these size names. A better way to describe these accurately is that a 1 1/4 is designed to roll a cigarette that contains about 25% more tobacco then a single wide paper. Similarly a 1 1/2 size paper is designed to roll a cigarette that contains about 50% more than a single wide paper. A 1 1/4 size paper is larger than a 1 (single wide) paper and naturally a 1 1/2 size paper is larger than a 1 1/4 size paper, and a double wide is larger than a 1 1/2 size paper