What is a DUGOUT?

What is a DUGOUT?

Herb dugouts, also known as one hitters (technically the "one hitter" is the little pipe inside the box), are simple devices used for the consumption of cannabis and other cannabis-based products. These dugouts provide a convenient way to enjoy your herbs without creating too much of a mess or carrying around a full-sized bong or hand pipe. They are made out of a variety of materials, such as wood (most common), metal, or leather, and come in different shapes and sizes.

Jane West Classic Dugout– SMOKEA®
ONE-GLASS-Full Coverage (odor proof dugout system) – UC LLC
RYOT Wood Dugout One Hitter Case and One Hitter Bat – Mary Jane's  Headquarters

The basic idea of a dugout is to combine a hollow storage area with a one-hitter pipe. Inside the container, herbs or other smokable substances are stored and packed down. A thin metal or glass pipe, commonly called aone-hitter, "taster", or "chillum", is inserted into the filled area for easy access when smoking. Dugouts often come with a tamper and/or poker tool to help pack down the herbs and make it easier to draw the smoke from the one-hitter.

These little weed accessories are the perfect solution for those who need to take their herbs with them on the go. They are low profile, yet look great, and provide a discreet way to enjoy a puff or two without drawing a large amount of attention to oneself. The size and design of the dugout makes them easy to fit in pockets, purses, or bags for portability.

Dugouts have been around since the early days of smoking weed in the US, probably first seen in the early 1970s. They provide an efficient way to consume cannabis when you need it, without making too much of a mess or carrying around bulky equipment. Whether you are looking for discreet, portable smoking device or a stylish way to store your herbs, a dugout is the perfect addition to any smoker's collection.

The Anomaly Dugouts are a revamp of these old classics and will surely stand the test of time. As we like to say around our shop, "we didn't invent the dugout, we just made it sexier".

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