Condoms come in different shapes, sizes, and fits. Some are tapered, some have ribs, some are more snug or slim, and others are designed for larger girths. Which condom you choose affects how it feels, performs, and protects. To get the most from your condom, choose one that fits well and feels great. Since you use a condom for safety and protection, you want the right size and fit to make sure it can do the job.
Condom sizes are determined by penis width and length. Your condom size is based on the size of your erect penis. To figure out your size, you need to measure your penis at a time when it is erect:. Once you have your measurements, you check different brands to choose a condom that most closely matches your erect penis size. Condom sizing may be confusing because different condom manufacturers use slightly different measurements and terms to describe the size.
What sizes are traditional condoms? You might think that condoms are already available in a wide variety of sizes; indeed it's a view shared by many people: But this perception owes more to clever marketing of things like "XL" or "Magnum" condom sizes than any significant difference in their actual dimensions. Before TheyFit, most traditional condom sizes were 8. Take a look at condom size chart below - you might be surprised by the results:.