Condom Size 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.

We’ve put together a helpful size chart for all major condom brands to help you find one that is the right fit for you. 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. Condom manufacturers generally list the sizes of their products in millimeters, but we’ve also included the equivalents in inches in the chart for your convenience. We’ve grouped condoms by brand in the chart, but you can also sort the columns for length and width by clicking on the header.

To measure yourself, use either a flexible measuring tape or a piece of string. If using string, you can mark your measurement with a pen or marker and then hold the string against a ruler or tape measure to get your size. 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. And for the width, measure the circumference of the widest part of your penis and divide by two.

Check both the length and width of the condom you’re interested in. Sometimes the longest condoms are not the widest. You can see a full description of any condom in the list—along with rating and reviews—by clicking on its name. Also, we know that it may be hard to find some of these condoms in your local store, so we’ve included a link for each to order them from Amazon, where you can generally find competitive, if not the cheapest, prices.

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 Sensationsstudded,
lubricated
203mm
8"
51mm
2"
Durex Pleasuremaxstudded,
ribbed,
lubricated
203mm
8"
54mm
2.12"
Durex Performax Intensestudded,
ribbed,
delay lubricant
206mm
8.12"
54mm
2.12"
Durex XXLlubricated235mm
9.25"
54mm
2.12"
Durex
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