My 5 Favorite Standard Fit Condoms

My 5 Favorite Standard Fit Condoms

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Standard-size condoms are by far the most common condoms you’ll find on store shelves. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to choose one.

In fact, there’s so much variety in this category—in terms of both size and style—that it can be really hard to find a comfy condom that keeps you safe.

Well, your search for the perfect condom has come to an end!

I’ve tried out about 50 different rubbers (yes, I’m tired and thirsty) to figure out which ones deliver maximum satisfaction to your wallet and your D.

I took a bunch of factors into account, including price, material, pleasure, and safety in order to build the following list of the 5 best standard-size condoms.

Who am I? I work for America’s first-ever condom shop, Condomania. We opened our doors over 30 years ago in NYC, and now we do our thing online.

Condoms are a huge part of my day job and my nightlife, so you might call me a condom virtuoso of sorts.

Anyway, let’s get to the condoms!

Important: What You Need to Know Before Choosing a Standard Fit Condom

I’ll admit, there’s something wrong with the list below. Namely, my dong is not the exact size and shape as yours.

So, while the condoms below have universally good reviews, I might find them a bit more comfortable than you do.

And you might find a different condom to have a better fit than I would.

That’s just the nature of penises.

But that brings us to the most important part of choosing a condom: You need to know your size.

Even if you have a standard-sized hog, there’s a lot of variation within that broad-size category. Learning your precise length and girth measurements will help you find a condom that fits you like a glove.

And when you do, you will rejoice. Finding that perfect fit makes sex SO MUCH BETTER.

If you don’t know your size, learn how to measure your D in 60 seconds here.

The 5 Best Standard Fit Condoms to Try Now

After trying dozens of condoms, I can tell you one thing for sure: not all condoms are created equal—it’s not even close.

It’s crazy how much better the condoms on this list are compared to the others. Even some of the condoms by top brands didn’t hold a candle to these.

Try them now and give your sex life a serious upgrade.

1. My personal favorite standard-fit condom is: SKYN Elite

SKYN is a non-latex line of condoms made by the major condom brand LifeStyles. In the past, I always assumed that non-latex condoms were a step down from classic latex.

I was wrong. I was very wrong.

SKYN’s polyisoprene material transfers heat more effectively than latex, so you feel much more of your partner’s natural warmth and moisture—and much less of the condom.

My favorite condom, SKYN Elite, elevates the sensation to another level. These condoms are thinner than classic Skyn condoms, so you feel even closer to your partner.

LifeStyles SKYN Elite Condoms (Latex-Free)

LifeStyles SKYN Elite Condoms (Latex-Free)

$3.99 $4.99

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SKYN Elite feels fantastic. And I’m not the only one saying that. If you ask anyone that knows condoms, they’ll likely tell you that SKYN is their favorite condom. It’s pretty universal at this point.

If you haven’t tried them, you need to. Right now.

2. The best budget standard-fit condom: Crown Skinless Skin

If you want the best standard-fit condom but don’t have the cash to blow on fancy rubbers, don’t fret. Crown Skinless Skin is better than most of those expensive condoms.

Crown condoms are made by the premium Japanese condom company Okamoto, and the craftsmanship is on point.

These are really thin condoms—allowing you to feel more with every bump and grind. And they have a great fit for standard-sized guys.

But the real kicker is the price. You can grab 36 Crown condoms for the price of 12 condoms by big brands like Trojan or Durex.

Crown Skinless Skin Ultra-Thin Condoms

Crown Skinless Skin Ultra-Thin Condoms

$5.49 $7.99

Crown Skinless Skin Condoms: Like Riding Bareback! The super-strong Japanese latex used in the Crown Skinless Skin Condom is the closest to wearing nothing at all you’ll find. At only .05mm thin, these condoms provide the most natural feel without… Read More

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And here’s the secret: Crown Skinless Skin are BETTER than most of the condoms by those brands.

If you’re tired of spending $15 every time you buy a box of condoms (that aren’t even that good), stock up on Crown instead. You won’t regret it.

3. The best ultra-thin standard-fit condom: Unique Pull

Unique condoms are another line of non-latex condoms. And these bad boys totally blew my socks off.

Unique Pull is by far the thinnest condom you will ever wear. It’s so thin that you can’t even roll it on like a normal condom.

You need to use a special pull tab to slide it onto your pole.

To put it into perspective, the average condom is about 0.065 mm thin. The thinnest latex condoms you can buy are around 0.045 mm thin.

Unique condoms are 0.015 mm thin.

It’s insane.

In my experience, Unique Pull is the only condom that you really cannot feel. It’s so thin and skin-tight that you can barely even see it.

Unique "Pull" Latex-Free Condoms


$8.49 $8.99

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If you’re looking for a condom that’s the closest to wearing nothing at all, this is it.

So, why isn’t it at the top of the list?

Unique condoms are not cheap. But they are worth the money. When you can afford them, use them because they take your pleasure to new places.

4. The best textured standard-fit condom: Kimono MicroThin Ribbed + Sensi-dots

If you learn how to use textured condoms right, they can be pretty fun—especially for your partner. But for us, penis-havers, ribs, and dots usually reduce the pleasure we feel.

That’s because they increase the thickness of the condom barrier.

But that’s not an issue with Kimono MicroThin Ribbed + Sensi-dots. Kimono is a Japanese condom brand that specializes in making super thin condoms.

Kimono Ribbed and Sensi-dots condoms double up on the textures, turning your shaft into a swiss-army dong without reducing sensation.

Your partner will love the boost in pleasure, and you won’t have to sacrifice a thing.

That’s what we call having your cake and eating it too.

Kimono MicroThin Ribbed + Sensi-Dots Condoms

Kimono MicroThin Ribbed + Sensi-Dots Condoms

$4.99 $6.99

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I also love Kimono condoms in general. They’re an affordable premium brand of thin condoms, and they’re super reliable.

When it comes to safety, their testing is more comprehensive than most other major brands, so you can trust this condom won’t break despite its micro thinness.

5. The best go-to standard-fit condom: Trojan Thintensity 

If you’re looking for a great standard-fit condom that’s easy to find, affordable, and feels fantastic, Trojan Thintensity is a winner.

Thintensity boosts sensation with a thinner-than-average barrier, but it’s not an ultra-thin condom like Unique and Crown above.

If you want to feel good while still maintaining control over your O, this is a good option.

They are also contoured to give you a little more wiggle room around the head. That really improves the comfort level for standard-sized guys.

Trojan Thintensity Condoms

Trojan Thintensity Condoms

$9.99 $10.99

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Trojan is an American-made brand that you can trust. It’s been around for over a century, and it does condoms right.

When you trust that your condom has your back, it gives you a lot more confidence in bed—and nothing’s better for your game than confidence.

Don’t Forget Lube!

The condoms on the list above are my absolute favorite standard-sized rubbers. I guarantee that they will improve your sex life.

But… you need to use them correctly. And lube is essential to proper condom use. I usually add a tiny dab of lube to my shlong before I put a condom on. After putting a condom on, I add another tiny dab to the tip of my D.

My favorite lube to use with condoms is Gun Oil. This silicone lube is crazy slick and lasts forever. It’s kind of pricey, but you don’t need much of it to go the distance.

If you’re looking for something more affordable or easier to wash off, try Sliquid H2O. It’s my go-to water-based lube.

A properly lubricated condom makes sex much more comfortable for you (and especially for your partner).

Lube will also prevent the condom from bunching up or sliding off, which can really kill the mood.

So, lube up well before penetration and during the act to keep things comfortable and safe. You can access our library of lube here.

You can learn more about how lube makes sex better in my ultimate guide to sexual lubricant.

Related Article: Everything you need to know about Sliquid Lube

A Better Standard-Size Condom Can Upgrade Your Sex Life

If your standard-fit condom doesn’t feel great, then you need to try a new one. Some people live life thinking that condoms just suck.

But that’s not true. There is a perfect condom out there for your D, and it’s probably on the list above.

When you find a condom that fits you just right and meets your needs for pleasure and sensitivity, you will notice a massive difference in your sex life.

It’s kind of like switching from wearing ill-fitting dress shoes to a pair of worn-in sneakers. A better fit makes for better sex.

Don’t keep fumbling with condoms that don’t fit or don’t feel good. You’re wasting precious bangs on bad condoms. And your partner notices when you’re not performing as well as you should be.

Try the standard-fit condoms above and start having better, safer sex. Or, if you feel like taking a walk on the wild side, buy a condom variety pack.

You may need to try a dozen (or more) different condoms to find a new fave, but trust me, it'll be well worth it. Feeling especially eager? Grab this pack of 50 Different Condoms to get started.

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