The Zulu shape, also called Woodstock or Yachtsman, is a pretty rare pipe shape difficult to create. Often compared and mistaken with the Dublin pipe (because of its flared bowl), the Prince pipe (because of its slight bent), or the Cutty pipe (for its inclined bowl), the Zulu pipe has however elements that are unique to itself. The main characteristic of the Zulu pipe is the inclination of the bowl, the latter going forward, allowing the smoke to move away from the face when smoking. We can also notice that the general silhouette of the Zulu pipe is bent, and that its bowl is flared at the top. Compared to the bowl of the Dublin pipe, the Zulu one is generally more little and more discreet. Zulu shaped pipes are thin and lightweight, and therefore are part of the most comfortable pipes to hold in mouth. In this category, you will mostly find Zulu pipes of French production (Pierre Morel, Eole, Chacom), as well as some of them made by Dunhill, Peterson or Il Ceppo.

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