Large condom size chart

The condom size plays huge role in the condom’s effectiveness. If a condom is too large, it could come off during intercourse while condoms that are too small could break. If a condom is not long enough to cover the entire penis, bodily fluids could be transferred to your partner. All these scenarios would decrease your level of protection.
Using the proper condom size also ensures the highest level of comfort, which is OH so important during any trip to pleasure town. It’s not just the length of the penis to consider but also the girth. Well-endowed men, especially those who are thicker than average, are typically the ones who experience the most discomfort during sexual activity due to the ring or “head” of the condom being too snug.
Condoms in this chart are listed from shortest to longest length. The width calculation our condom size chart refers to the unstretched nominal width. You can get this by measuring the circumference around your penis and then dividing it by 2. Or, just skip all the math and measure all the way around the base of the erect shaft and this is your circumference.

This is a large condom size chart, so that you can get an idea of the size range of available condoms. This condom chart contains just a sampling of some of the condoms for you to choose as there are many more existing condom styles and brands. The condom size chart is broken down to introduce the condom brand and name along with a brief description about that particular condom. The condom width and length sizes are included in both inches and millimeters (and the condom head width is included where applicable). Please note that these sizes may not be exact, but are very close measurements to the actual condom sizes. The condom entries range from snug to large sizes. Before you go out to buy a condom, hopefully, you will find this chart helpful in picking out the perfect condom size for you!