For years, we’ve been hoping someone would expand the art of fire eating. Then, one day, we caught this video online with the most amazing stuff we’d seen in fire eating. We knew right away, we had to support this movement. Turns out the trick to his tricks was that his torches were hollow. Oddly, we’ve been making hollow eating torches for years: our fire fingers. But these tools are a bigger, more comfortable way of working it. Solid brass backbone with a 1/4″ hollow tube running through. A foot of kevlar (that’s 33% more than the fingers) and a silicon handle about 4″ long. To help with vapor tricks, the handle is pushed past the bottom a little so there’s a draw tube on the back side for those vapor tricks. The double ended torches have two identical wicks and the handle moved into the middle.