Adam O'Neill
All Pipes Considered: Chip Kushner Part Two

In this episode of All Pipes Considered, Chip and Shane return to talk about Chip's collection as a whole, how it's evolved, his Holy Grail pipes, and who's on his radar right now.

What are your favourite pipes and, perhaps more importantly, why? Feel free to share in the comments section below.


    • Fred J Neslage Jr on November 6, 2017
    • Just finished watching Part 1&2 of All Pipes Considered with Shane Ireland and Chip Kushner. I found it to be quite interesting and really enjoyable. Chip is my official pipe guy at Smoking Pipes. I have brought so many pipes from Chip, I feel like he is part of the family. He is spot on when he talks about size and weight of the pipes he buys. He has also helped me to upgrade the quality of my pipe collection. At age 77 I finally figured out that a pipe doesn't have to be 61/2 inches long with a .85 bore to enjoy a good smoke. Shane I hope you and Chip continue to make some more videos and maybe you could devote one to the types of tobacco you guys smoke.
      All the best,
      Fred Neslage

    • Adam O'Neill on November 7, 2017
    • @Fred J Neslage Jr Yeah, we might keep him, Fred ;)

      But in all seriousness thanks for watching, and we couldn't agree more, Chip's great. And never fear, I'll make sure they get in front of the camera again.

    • Grim on December 15, 2017
    • It’s funny how tastes change.

      When I first got into pipes I preferred a bent pipe because I liked the look more and I also would seek out some larger briars too.

      Almost 10 years have passed and now I’m more into the whimsical Neerup flowing bend, but almost all my new pipes are straight pipes. I’ve also moved to lighter pipes as well and have practically gotten rid of the bigger heavier pieces as I found I just wasn’t using them as much.

      Who knows, in ten years those might have flip flopped again,

    • Adam O'Neill on December 15, 2017
    • @Grim Indeed. It really is hard to anticipate what our tastes will be in ten years. Social factors, new experiences, and self image all play parts, so it's next to impossible to predict.

      It sure can be a lot of fun to find out though ;)

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