- usable with latex allergy
- users say they have the most natural feel to them
- not as widely sold as synthetic condoms
- more expensive than synthetic condoms
- while providing pregnancy protection, they may not provide protection against STIs due to the porous nature of the material.
The thinnest latex condoms in the world were officially confirmed by Guinness Records in 2013 as .036 mm (0.0014 inches) thin. They are manufactured by the Chinese company Guangzhou Daming United Rubber Products Limited. The thickness of a standard condom is .070mm, that’s nearly double the size of the world record.
Sizes of Condoms
As you know, there are different sizes of condoms available in the US. These sizes are:
|Snugger Fit||7 to 7.8 inches||under 2 inches|
|Standard Fit||7.25 to 7.8 inches||2 to 2.12 inches|
|Larger Fit||7.8 to 8.1+ inches||larger than 2.12 inches|
It is recommended that you buy condoms that are about 0.15 to 0.2 inches smaller in circumference than your penis. This makes for a tight fit without too much compression. Check out the condom size chart here.
The difference between a regular Trojan condom and a Trojan Magnum is 0.32 inches in length, precisely 7.8 inches long and 8.12 inches long, respectively. A Trojan Magnum XL is also 8.12 inches long, but the differences between all three of the sizes are more significant when it comes to girth.
Durex XXL is the longest condom on the market at 9.5 inches long and 2.13 inches wide.
Caution Wear Iron Grip Snugger Fit condoms are the smallest lubricated, latex condoms on the market at 6.7 inches long and 1.92 inches wide.
And to finally get rid of the confusion on how to measure your / your partner’s penis, here is the guide: