It’s never been easier to stock up on the papers customers crave.

Zig-Zag has been synonymous with rolling papers for decades. Even back in the dark ages when it was hard to find a reliable weed connection, smokers knew they could get a pack of quality Zig-Zags at a local corner store. Artists have been dropping the Zig-Zag name for decades, from Janis Joplin to NWA to A$AP Rocky, and they certainly weren’t talking about tobacco.

Those papers have the same enduring quality now as they have for more than 140 years: The Zig-Zags that your college roommate rolled trick joints with are the same ones that your granddad rolled his cigarettes with. But the brand has made some new innovations under the same banner that stoners have trusted for about as long…

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