Condom Size Chart

Condom
Features
Length
Width
To Buy
Caution Wear Iron Griplubricated197mm
7.75"
44mm
1.75"
Caution Wear Mission 707 Studdedstudded,
lubricated
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Caution Wear Classiclubricated206mm
8.12"
49mm
1.9"
Caution Wear Black Iceultra thin,
lubricated
206mm
8.12"
49mm
1.9"
Caution Wear Wild Roseribbed,
lubricated
210mm
8.25"
51mm
2"
Caution Wear Grandelubricated224mm
8.8"
54mm
2.12"
Durex Avanti Bare Latexultra thin,
lubricated
194mm
7.6"
48mm
1.87"
Durex High Sensationribbed194mm
7.6"
51mm
2"
Durex Extra Sensitiveultra thin,
lubricated
197mm
7.75"
49mm
1.9"
Durex Extra Sensitive Ribbedultra thin,
ribbed,
lubricated
197mm
7.75"
49mm
1.9"
Durex Exra Strengthextra strong latex,
lubricated
200mm
7.9"
48mm
1.9"
Durex Enhanced Pleasurecontoured shape,
lubricated
200mm
7.9"
51mm
2"
Durex Intense Sensationssensi-dots
lubricated
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Durex Pleasuremaxsensi-dots
ribbed,
lubricated
203mm
8"
54mm
2.12"
Durex Performax Intensesensi-dots
ribbed,
delay lubricant
206mm
8.12"
54mm
2.12"
Durex XXLlubricated235mm
9.25"
54mm
2.12"
Kimono MicroThinultra thin,
lubricated
206mm
8.1"
48mm
1.9"
Kimono MAXXultra thin,
lubricated
206mm
8.1"
51mm
2"
Kimono Type Esensi-dots,
ribbed,
lubricated
216mm
8.5"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles THYN UltraGlideultra thin,
lubricated
194mm
7.6"
48mm
1.9"
Lifestyles Snugger Fitlubricated200mm
7.9"
47mm
1.8"
Lifestyles Ultra Sensitivelubricated200mm
7.9"
47mm
1.8"
Lifestyles 3SUMstudded,
ribbed,
lubricated
200mm
7.9"
47mm
1.8"
Lifestyles WYLDribbed,
lubricated
200mm
7.9"
49mm
1.9"
Lifestyles Non-lubricatednon-lubricated200mm
7.9"
49mm
1.9"
Lifestyles Ultra Lubricatedlubricated200mm
7.9"
49mm
1.9"
Lifestyles KYNG Ribbedribbed,
lubricated
200mm
7.9"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles KYNG Bluelubricated200mm
7.9"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles KYNG Goldlubricated200mm
7.9"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles THYNultra thin,
lubricated
203mm
8"
48mm
1.9"
Lifestyles SKYNmade of polyisoprene,
ultra thin,
lubricated
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles Tuxedoblack color,
lubricated
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Lifestyles SKYN Largemade of polyisoprene,
ultra thin,
lubricated
219mm
8.6"
51mm
2"
Sagami Original 0.01made of polyurethane,
ultra thin
170mm
6.7"
55mm
2.2"
Sagami Original 0.02 Largemade of polyurethane,
ultra thin
190mm
7.5"
58mm
2.3"
Trojan NaturaLambmade from lamb membrane,
not effective against STDs
188mm
7.4"
64mm
2.5"
Trojan ENZlubricated194mm
7.6"
51mm
2"
Trojan BareSkinlubricated,
ultra thin
197mm
7.7"
51mm
2"
Trojan Double Ecstasylubricated inside and outside200mm
7.9"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan ENZ w/ Spermicidenonoxynol-9 spermicidal lubricant200mm
7.9"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Ultra Thinlubricated,
ultra thin
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Trojan Extended Pleasuredelay lubricant203mm
8"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Twisted Pleasuretwisted rib shape,
lubricated
206mm
8.1"
51mm
2"
Trojan Ecstasy Ultra Ribbedribbed,
lubricated
206mm
8.1"
51mm
2"
Trojan Magnumlubricated,
wider at the head (64mm)
206mm
8.1"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Magnum Ribbedribbed,
lubricated,
wider at the head (64mm)
206mm
8.1"
57mm
2.25"
Trojan Magnum Thinlubricated,
wider at the head (64mm)
206mm
8.1"
57mm
2.25"
Trojan Intense Ribbedribbed,
lubricated
210mm
8.25"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Fire & Icecool & hot sensation lubricant212mm
8.4"
51mm
2"
Trojan Magnum XLlubricated,
wider at the head (68mm)
212mm
8.4"
56mm
2.2"
Trojan Magnum Fire & Icecool & hot sensation lubricant,
wider at the head (64mm)
216mm
8.5"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Magnum Armor w/ Spermicidenonoxynol-9 spermicidal lubricant,
wider at the head (64mm)
216mm
8.5"
54mm
2.1"
Trojan Supra Non-Latex BareSkinmade of polyurethane,
ultra thin
203mm
8"
54mm
2.1"

About This Chart

We’ve all heard the saying that “size doesn’t matter”, but when it comes to finding a condom that fits well, this simply isn’t the case. Size DOES matter. Getting the right sized condom for you can mean the difference between a night of sheer pleasure with your special someone and a night of utter frustration. A condom that is too small can be difficult to put on fully, while one that is too big may not firmly stay in place. In either case, getting the wrong size can reduce pleasurable sensations and also increases the risk for the condom to fail in its duty to prevent pregnancy and the spread of STDs.

If you’ve found your way to this page, then chances are you’re one of many men who has experienced dissatisfaction with the size of the “average” condom. If shoes, T-shirts, and blue jeans come in a wide range of sizes for different body sizes and shapes, then why shouldn’t condoms too?

Since condoms are somewhat stretchy, most guys never even think to consult a condom size chart before purchasing protection.

But the fact of the matter is the average sized condom doesn’t fit many men. The biggest problem is not the length, but rather the width. If you happen to have a penis that has a slim and narrow shape, then the average condom may feel too loose. You may not be able to relax into a groove as you are worried that it could slide off. In your case, you’d want to look for a “snugger fit” condom.

On the other hand, if your penis is wider than average, most condoms will feel very uncomfortable. The latex has to stretch too tight, and it is difficult to even put one on properly because it won’t easily unroll down the length of your penis. The condom will pinch tight at the base—cutting off circulation and causing the wearer to lose feeling and lose their erection. If you fall into this category, you may have experienced performance anxiety whenever faced with the task of wrapping up—without knowing that the problem all along was the inadequate width of the condoms you were using.

Whatever your condom woes in the past may be, we’re here to help. Above, you’ll find a handy chart listing all the major condom brands. For each condom, we’ve listed its length and width in both millimeters and inches. Click on the column headers to sort the entire chart according to length or width measurements. Or type a feature into the search box to narrow down your choices.

Click on the name of any condom to read a more detailed description and reviews. Since you may not be able to find all these condoms in your local store, we’ve provided a handy link to their listing on Amazon where you can order them delivered right to your door at a great price.

How to Find Your Condom Size

Condoms are measured in length and width. In the case of width, this is the width of the condom when laid flat—so that makes it half of the circumference, which is not the same as the diameter.

To measure yourself, use either a flexible measuring tape or a simply get a strip of paper and a pen. Mark your size on the paper and then line this up to a standard ruler to get the measurement in millimeters or inches.

Of course, you’ll want to measure yourself with a fully erect penis to get an accurate measurement of your true size.

For the length, you want to measure from the top side of the base of your penis—where it meets your abdomen—up to the tip. This will give a measurement about an inch or two less than if you measured the length along the bottom side up to the tip. You can think of yourself as having the longer length if it makes you feel better, but the shorter length along the top side of the shaft is the one that will count for finding a condom that has you covered.

For guys who have trouble finding condoms that fit, it is often the width that gives them trouble. Condom makers list a “nominal width”, which is the width of the unrolled condom when laid flat without any stretching. To arrive at the desired nominal width for you, start by measuring the circumference of your penis at the widest part of the shaft.

Take the circumference and divide it in half to get the basic width. Then you can subtract about 10% from this number to account for the stretch of the latex to arrive at the optimal nominal width condom for you.

For example, if you measured your circumference as 120mm, that would give a stretched out width of 60mm. Subtracting 10%, (or 6mm in this case) would give a pre-stretch nominal width of 54mm.

Feel free to adjust the percentage that you factor into the stretch according to your personal preference. Some of you may like a more snug fit, while others find a tightly stretched condom very uncomfortable to wear.

One thing you’ll want to keep in mind is that the greater the stretch is, the higher chance you have of a condom breaking. Studies show that men with a large penile circumference have greatly increased odds of a condom breaking—all due to the poor fit of a too-small condom.

Despite the health risks that well-endowed men face due to the use of undersized condoms, the US government actually limits by law the sizes that are available for sale inside the country. And unlike the range of sizes you can find for shoes or jeans, the allowable condom widths fall into a very narrow range. The smallest allowed is a nominal width of 47mm and the largest is a mere 57mm.

This size discrimination is truly unfortunate because it forces men with a wider penis girth to either squeeze into a tiny condom—making sex uncomfortable and increasing the risk of breakage—or otherwise go bareback and accept all the ricks of disease or unwanted pregnancy that go along with it.

To complicate matters, labeling of condom packages is inconsistent between various brands. One manufacturer’s “extra large” is another one’s regular size. Moreover, a good number of so-called “extra large” condoms are longer than average but have the same width as a standard condom. So make sure to pay attention to both the length and width when selecting a condom based on size.