Nording Pipes do not fit the norms. With unique shapes and exciting designs, the company makes something for everyone and makes sure that they are all affordable.
Affordability is one of the tentpole standards for Erik Nording. He wanted to make special smoking pipes from the finest materials but realized that making them unaffordable would not help grow the pipe smoking world. So he kept the special pipes and the finest materials but made sure the cost was reasonable and within the budgets for average smokers.
Nording does not just experiment with briar. The Shorty Pipe series is a unique take on smoking pipes, with a hard nylon stem that holds the Nording Keystone Pipe Filters and a porcelain bowl. Porcelain is not something you usually find as a material in tobacco pipes, but Nording always makes unique decisions that others avoid, and it works great for them.
The Shorty Pipe has a name that serves two functions. First is the obvious physical description. At a little over four and a half inches in length, these smoking pipes are not very big. The second is the designed use for the pipe. A Shorty Pipe is built to hold a smaller amount of tobacco in the porcelain bowl, so this is a pipe that is specifically intended for short smoking sessions.
This is a filtered tobacco pipe, with the Keystone filters used. These are volcanic clay pellets that absorb the excess moisture from the tobacco. So when you enjoy your short smoke, you will not have to worry about moisture ruining your time.
The Shorty Pipe's hard nylon stem comes in many colors, so you have a ton of options to pick up a smoking pipe that fits your style. Find something you like and enjoy your shorty today.