Condom Size Chart to Help You Find the Right Choice

Select the right size for safety and comfort

When it comes to finding the perfect condom, size matters. Improperly sized condoms can easily break or fall off, and in some cases, you may not even realize it.

To help you find the right condom for you, this article provides a chart that compares the many condom brands available by size and special features.

Why Condom Sizes Matter

People aren’t all built the same, and neither are condoms. Finding the right-sized condom will increase your comfort level while wearing it. Furthermore, condoms are most effective when they fit properly.

The body of most condoms is roomy enough to accommodate men of almost any size. But even though latex condoms are super stretchy, if the condom is too small, you may still feel discomfort, and there is a greater possibility that the condom will break.

Condoms may feel too tight around the tip (where they are not as elastic), especially if you are well endowed. Condom manufacturers have tried to solve this problem by making condoms that have a more enlarged condom tip, but without changing the width of the condom’s main body.

By keeping the body of the condom smaller and widening the tip, the condom is less likely to slip off during sex. There are also larger condom sizes that not only add width, but length as well.

Finding the Perfect Condom Size

Before you can decide what condom size you need, you must first measure your erect penis size by both length and girth. Use that measurement as a guide as you select condoms that have similar measurements.

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You may have to try out several types of condoms before finding one that provides you with the best fit and the most comfort. Buy individual condoms or the smallest pack available so you won’t waste money on those that don’t work well.

Most condom brands have their own definitions of what is considered to be standard or large condoms. In general, condoms are available in snugger fit sizes, standard sizes, and large (XL or XXL) sizes.

How to Read the Condom Size Chart

The condom size chart below is broken down into three columns:

  • The condom brand and name
  • A brief description of that particular condom
  • The condom sizes

The condoms listed below range from snug to extra-large sizes.

Condom Size Chart

Caution Wear Iron Grip Smaller-size, lubricated latex condom Snug
LifeStyles Snugger Fit Smaller, lubricated condom with special-shaped reservoir tip Snug
Beyond Seven Studded Studded condom for enhanced pleasure; made of Sheerlon—thinner than regular latex and provides greater comfort, feel, and dependability Snug
Beyond Seven Ultra Thin Made of Sheerlon—thinner than regular latex Snug
Durex Extra Sensitive Super-thin latex condom for extra sensation Large
Trustex Chocolate Tastes and smells just like your favorite mocha, without all the calories; dark tinted, made from latex, has a reservoir tip and a sugar-free, water-based lubricant—ideal for both oral and vaginal sex Extra-Large
Kimono Thin Silicone-lubricated condom featuring a form-fit shape—much thinner than competing thin condoms Regular
Kimono MicroThin Ribbed + Sensi-Dots Silicone-lubricated condom with dots and ribs—This texture on an ultra-thin condom adds tingling feelings for both partners. Regular
LifeStyles Ultra Sensitive Super-thin lubricated latex condom with a flared shape Regular
Kimono MicroThin One of the thinnest condoms, with a strong and sheer latex Regular
Kimono MicroThin Plus Aqua Lube pH-balanced, water-based lubricant that feels like the body’s natural lubrication; much thinner than most condoms—Men love that it is super comfortable and snug, yet not too tight, almost like not wearing a condom at all. Regular
Durex Extra Sensitive Stimulating Condom with uniquely positioned ribs to give a more intense experience during sex, as well as a straighter shape to provide a closer, sleeker fit Large
Beyond Seven Crown Ultra thin and lubricated; one of the most sensitive condoms available; known best for their use in adult films Regular
Caution Wear Mint Delight Ultra smooth, silicone-based lubricated latex condom that is green, and mint in flavor Regular
Caution Wear Black Ice Ultra-thin, parallel-sided, clear latex condom with non-spermicidal, ultra-smooth silicone-based lubricant Regular
Caution Wear Wild Rose Transparent latex condom with silky silicone-based lubricant and a ribbed (speed bump) texture Regular
LifeStyles Skyn Premium condom made from soft polyisoprene (a natural rubber); more resistant to breakage, stretchier, form fitting, and odor free—a good alternative for those allergic to latex Regular
ONE Pleasure Plus Scientifically developed to increase pleasure inside and out—due to a roomy, stimulating pouch and superfine internal ribs Regular
Trojan Double Ecstasy Double the pleasure with the comfort-fit condom that has a special smooth lubricant inside (for him) and a warming, intensifying lubricant on the outside (for her) Extra-Large
Durex Tropical Flavors Banana-, strawberry-, and orange-flavored condoms for sexual intercourse or oral sex Regular
LifeStyles KYNG Lubricated latex condom with a flared shape; extra wide and long to provide larger men with a comfortable fit Large
Durex Real Feel Avanti Bare Made from a technically advanced non-latex material that may deliver heightened sensations for a more natural feeling Regular
Durex Performax Contains a lubricant with benzocaine that helps to delay climax Large
Trojan Supra Ultra-thin, lubricated polyurethane condom designed to transmit natural body heat Large
Kimono MicroThin Large Silicone-lubricated latex condom that offers a longer shaft, more headroom, and is thinner than standard condoms Large
Kimono Maxx Latex condom that offers 25% more headroom and 15% more length; easier to put on, comfortable to wear, and has added strength Large
Trojan Magnum Thin Lubricated, larger latex condom for extra comfort; thinner and tapered at the base for a secure fit Large
Trojan Magnum Latex condom, 15% longer and wider than a traditional condom that tapers at the base for a secure fit Large
Trojan Magnum XL Largest condom from Trojan and 30% larger than standard condoms; lubricated, latex condom that is tapered at the base for a secure fit—Men with smaller penis sizes could experience slippage of this condom. Extra-Large
Durex XXL Lubricated latex condom with a fitted shape to maximize sensation, allow for easy-on application, and provide greater comfort Extra-Large

Summary

It’s important to find a condom that is snug, secure, and comfortable. A condom that meets this criteria will increase pleasure and provide the best protection.

To determine which condom is best for you, start by measuring the length and girth of your penis. The right condom for you will provide better comfort and may prevent such accidents as the condom breaking or falling off.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can you tell if a condom fits properly?

    A condom should fit snugly over the penis without slipping off or feeling uncomfortable. Condoms are supposed to be tight, but an overly tight condom that is overstretched can break more easily. Most men can comfortably use a standard condom, but condoms also come in bigger and smaller sizes.

  • What is the best-fitting condom for a smaller-sized penis?

    When it comes to condom fit, width is more important than length. You want a condom that is narrow enough to not slide off during sex. For a penis that is on the slender side, look for terms like snugger or close fit.

  • Are magnum-sized condoms wider than regular condoms?

    Condoms labeled as extra large, max, or magnum are wider and longer than standard condoms. Some brands also provide extra width at the top of the condom to fit more comfortably on penises with larger heads. 

    Wearing a condom is the best way to protect yourself and your partner during sex. Once you have properly measured the length and width of your penis, you can look for a condom that suits your size. The right condom for you will provide better comfort and may prevent such accidents as the condom breaking or falling off.

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