**DISCONTINUED** Peterson Outdoor Series Pocket Briar Pipe Shape D6
- Overall Length: 100mm
- Overall Height: 50mm
- Bowl Height: 50mm
- Bowl Diameter: 35mm
- Bore: 20mm
- Weight: 32g
- Gift Boxed
- Cloth pipe bag included
Unfortunately this pipe is no longer available. We have left the listing on here for historical reference and interest.
The Peterson Outdoor series are lovely little pocket pipes ideally suited to the outdoor environment.
The Peterson Outdoor D6 has got to be the most eye catching of the new Peterson Outdoor range. It has a slightly thicker briar wall at its peak, with curves, which seem to flow and taper off beautifully drawing your eye to the brass and jade mount.
The small size of the outdoor series enables easy storage and reduces damage to the pipe when open to the elements. Any experienced pipe smoker will tell you it is bad practice to smoke any pipe in windy conditions as the draught will cause the pipe to flame and fire up consequently burning the bowl. Although the Outdoor series is not exempt from this advice a smaller pipe will suffer less.
Besides the practical advantages the outdoor series are a stunning looking pipe and for their size smoke remarkably cool and dry true to the Peterson nature!
Fishtail mouthpiece: Petersons trademark patented mouthpiece is the p.lip design, which has many advantages but unfortunately some smokers just don’t get on with it. To make the new outdoor series available to all smokers they have incorporated the fishtail.CUSTOMER REVIEW
I’ve just received this gorgeous little pipe and completed my
initial break-in smoke (1/3 bowl of “Parson’ Pleasure”). It is small but
it really surprised me by how well it smoked.
It is a truly great little smoker, even at this 1st smoke, with a easy
open draw even compared to my other Peterson pipes. It can only get
better as the break-in continues and I can see this becoming my regular
companion over the autumn and winter months when I go for my strolls
with the camera to Kew Gardens, Bushy and Home Parks at Hampton Court or
The London Wetlands Centre.
One of my less used lenses may well get evicted from the camera bag to
free up a compartment for this pipe and a small pouch of a favourite
tobacco. There’s always a shelters bench somewhere for a flask of tea
and a 1/2 bowl smoke, or the smokers corner at The ‘Red Lion, Barnes’
with a pint before I head home.