Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack

$2.50
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  • Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack
  • Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack
  • Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack
  • Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack

Zig Zag 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Rolling Papers - 32 Per Pack

$2.50
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In the 19th Century, during the battle of Sevastopol, a French soldier (also known as a “Zouave”) had his clay pipe broken by a bullet. He had the brilliant idea of rolling his tobacco in a piece of paper torn from a bag of gunpowder. For over 130 years, the image of Le Zouave has been part of all Zig-Zag products as a tribute to that creative soldier.

Zig-Zag History

In 1879, brothers Maurice and Jacques Braunstein established a business in Paris to produce fine cigarette paper in flat booklets.

In 1894, the Braunstein Brothers perfected an interleaving packaging process that allowed the papers to automatically dispense from a booklet one at a time. Proving so successful, the Braunstein Brothers patented their new invention and named this new product Zig-Zag after the Z shape of the interleaved papers. This revolutionary process established a new packaging standard that is still used to this day.

In 1900, Zig-Zag gained international recognition when they were awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exposition in Paris. In 1906, the trademark Zig-Zag was registered and began to grow into the world-wide brand known today. During the 1960s and 1970s, Zig-Zag’s popularity grew tremendously in the U.S. and established the brand as a cultural icon that is still increasingly relevant today.

With over 130 years of paper knowledge and unrivaled craftsmanship, Zig-Zag continues to provide a range of premium quality papers that deliver consistent superior smoking experiences.

  • 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Zig Zag Rolling Papers
  • 32 Papers Per Pack
  • Easy Rolling
  • Slow Burning
  • Made in France
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In the 19th Century, during the battle of Sevastopol, a French soldier (also known as a “Zouave”) had his clay pipe broken by a bullet. He had the brilliant idea of rolling his tobacco in a piece of paper torn from a bag of gunpowder. For over 130 years, the image of Le Zouave has been part of all Zig-Zag products as a tribute to that creative soldier.

Zig-Zag History

In 1879, brothers Maurice and Jacques Braunstein established a business in Paris to produce fine cigarette paper in flat booklets.

In 1894, the Braunstein Brothers perfected an interleaving packaging process that allowed the papers to automatically dispense from a booklet one at a time. Proving so successful, the Braunstein Brothers patented their new invention and named this new product Zig-Zag after the Z shape of the interleaved papers. This revolutionary process established a new packaging standard that is still used to this day.

In 1900, Zig-Zag gained international recognition when they were awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exposition in Paris. In 1906, the trademark Zig-Zag was registered and began to grow into the world-wide brand known today. During the 1960s and 1970s, Zig-Zag’s popularity grew tremendously in the U.S. and established the brand as a cultural icon that is still increasingly relevant today.

With over 130 years of paper knowledge and unrivaled craftsmanship, Zig-Zag continues to provide a range of premium quality papers that deliver consistent superior smoking experiences.

  • 1 1/4 "Classic Orange" Zig Zag Rolling Papers
  • 32 Papers Per Pack
  • Easy Rolling
  • Slow Burning
  • Made in France