how to choose a condom
Choosing the best condom for you usually involves some trial and error. We offer almost all our condoms as singles so our first recommendation in finding the condom that fits you best is to buy a selection of condoms and experiment.
how to choose
Most people think about the best condom as being the one that is least noticeable. That's one way to think of it, and if you want a condom that gets in the way the least, you need to find the condom that fits the best. Don't simply go for the thinnest condom. The thinnest condom, if it doesn't fit right, will be more noticeable than a thicker one that fits well.
In terms of sizing, every company uses a slightly different kind of latex and they each fit just a little bit differently. But there are three general size categories for condoms. There are snugger fitting condoms (like Beyond 7). There are condoms designed for most people, who are in the middle (like Kimono Microthin and LifeStyles). Finally there are larger sized condoms (like Kimono Maxx & LifeStyles Large).
condoms for sex toys
If you are looking for condoms to use on sex toys we recommend Hardcover as they are our least expensive condom, and with sex toys you don't have to worry about fit or comfort. If you have latex allergies you won't be able to use these and will have to use one of our non-latex condoms.
condoms and latex allergies