Trip Transparent King Size Rolling Papers

by Trip
9 reviews
Completely transparent king size rolling papers
Completely transparent king size rolling papers. Made from a natural tree free asiatic mallow, they have no glue (stick to themselves), burn very smoothly and leave little ash. Odorless, tasteless and 100% biodegradable. Will not affect the taste or burn of your tobacco. Everybody loves an invisible rolling paper!
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  • 5

    Posted by Dante on Mar 23, 2021

    These make the sesh way better lol no Reggie hiding lml

  • 5
    Good papers

    Posted by Li00 on Oct 20, 2020

    Clear papers are awesome

  • 5
    Cheech & Chong comes to mind...or does it?

    Posted by Alan on Jun 21, 2020


  • 5
    use them all the time

    Posted by Greg on Oct 03, 2018

    "I use them for herb,cig tobacco all the time. I really like the transparency,i call them my invisible papers."

  • 4

    Posted by maddog on Oct 29, 2013

    "I wouldnt want to hand roll these,but they work well with the zen rolling machine that I ordered along with them... add a filter tip and enjoy the cool look... I also found them easier to snuff out and relight then other papers"

  • 3

    Posted by John on Jun 10, 2011

    "Ok,so they're clear. Big deal. If you've been rolling for 40 years like I have they're no problem to use,hell I used the book of Revelations from my mom's New Testament when I was a kid. Use very little saliva and a firm hand when rolling and they're fine. They are thick though and although they burn slowly they add their own taste to the smoke. Like I said. Meh."

  • 5

    Posted by Ziyad on Oct 26, 2010

    These papers are great. They burn well and adhere very well. The trick is to use as minimal saliva as possible. They look cool at parties with a neon filter. You can see the tobacco burning. Very cool and fun to smoke papers. (But they need a good roller to use them well.)

  • 1

    Posted by RS on Jan 28, 2010

    "wtf? good idea..i guess for people that like to see there tobacco burn but hard to roll,slippery,gluey,and icky. never again will i order them. "

  • 2
    probably wont use them again

    Posted by Claudia on Aug 20, 2009

    papers are slippery and hard to manage.<br>the melt with saliva and become sticky which blocks the smoke.