The Brazilian Retail Leader in bongs.pipes.dabbing.
Welcome to KingBong, the number one online headshop in Brazil. We're dedicated to offering a wide variety of items from world-renowned brands and manufacturers, as well as our own line of products.
Who We Are
Founded in 2013, KingBong has come a long way from its beginnings in a spare bedroom in the back of our house in Sao Paulo, Brazil. When we first started out, our passion for this industry drove us to keep growing, and gave us the impetus to turn hard work and inspiration into one of Brazil's biggest online head shops in just a few years. We now serve thousands of customers all over Brazil, and are thrilled to be a part of the Champs Trade Show and develop new business relationships.Sincerely,
Rodrigo EspositoAndré Camara
Behind the scenes
We moved our operations to a bigger warehouse, expanded our team to 9 people, reached over 56K followers on Facebook, made cover of the most important magazine in the market (Revista Maconha) and top 3 online head shop of the country and a lot more to come...
An important step was taken when we decided to became ditribuitors. As stores would constantly ask us for wholesale prices, we started with a few brands and within a year, we had a full catalog with brands such as Raw/Elements, Bem Bolado, Rizla, The Bulldog and many others. By the end 2016, we had developed our own line of products and now there's over 50 SKUs with our logo being sold nationwide.
After acquiring experience and capital in different areas, we opened King Bong Head Shop, an online venture in a garage in São Paulo city. Soon we where seling all the major brands throughout the country. Started 2014 strong and hiring a bigger team and reaching further with social media development.
We lived in San Diego where the Cannabis culture was everywhere. From small head shops to large distribuitors, medical marijuana and countless pro legalization acts, we learned we dreamed to bring the athmosphere and market to Brazil bringing the wide range of parafernalia already existing at the time, compared to pratically nothing on brazillian market.