RAW is a brand of rolling papers created in 1995 by Josh Kesselman. Rolling papers are designed to be used for smoking cannabis and tobacco. RAW filters and hand-rolling machines are also products from the same brand.

papers are produced in a variety of styles and sizes. These papers are made from unbleached and less processed plant fibers, which gives them a unique texture and a natural brown color. RAW papers also use a water-based gum. The base sheet production in the mill involves blending the fibers, creating a pulp, drying the paper, and inspecting it for quality. Something that sets RAW rolling papers apart from other brands is a unique watermark. The watermark is created by pressing and rolling the paper between two metal rollers with constant pressure, which leaves a distinctive pattern on the paper. The additional process required in creating the watermark brings changes to the density of the paper.