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July 21, 2014 at 1:45 PM

Glass for your grass: local company looks to mainstream weed accessories

So marijuana is legal, and while the weed market may not be wide open, the weed accessories market sure is.

A $20,000 glass guitar that doubles as a smoking implement. (Greg Gilbert/The Seattle Times)

A $20,000 glass guitar that doubles as a smoking implement. (Greg Gilbert/The Seattle Times)

Seattle-based smoking glass company Sasquatch Glass is poised to capitalized on the market for high end smoking devices. Though they sell classic straight tubes and elegant bongs, co-founders Scott Hunter and Spencer Ward also sell barware and lifestyle items like backpacks, hoodies and floor  mats, all of which are emblazoned with their signature pawprint and a taste of what they call the “legendary lifestyle.”

To read more about Sasquatch Glass and the company’s style and philosophy, click here.

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