The Zulu or Yachtsman shape is a design typically overlooked in modern pipe-making. If you are looking for iterations of this traditional shape, Peterson's "268" is always a great option. While typically defined by its long, elegant lines, here in the Shorts series, it takes on a more compact, charming disposition. While the bowl proportions have remained unchanged, the abbreviated shank and stem lend it an added chubbiness that calls to mind the pipe designs of the early 20th century. It's presented here in a smooth, walnut stain, topped with a vulcanite fishtail bit and a broad sterling silver band.