Types of 60mm condoms

Do you have very generous dimensions and need an extra large condom? A 60mm condom could fit just right. You’ll find condoms this size under numerous names, including magnum and king size. No matter how they’re called, the 60mm refers to their nominal width. These condoms suit men with a penis girth (circumference) between 13 and 14 centimetres.

That said, what brands make 60mm condoms? Are they all plain and smooth, or do you have other options, too? Let’s check out the most popular options.

Glyde Supermax

Made of natural rubber latex, these premium condoms are an excellent choice for people with sensitive skin. Their vegan friendly formula is gentler on the skin compared to condoms made with casein, and many people found Glyde condoms more comfortable to use compared to other brands.

The Supermax is the biggest condom from Glyde. These condoms are 200mm long and have a thickness of 0.062mm. Ideal for vaginal, anal, and oral sex, Glyde Supermax condoms are colourless, odourless, and tasteless.

These condoms come pre-lubricated, but you can add more water-based or silicone-based lubricant if needed. You can even use them with flavoured lube to add some sweetness to oral sex, but avoid using them with any type of oils or Vaseline.

EXS Magnum

Like Glyde, EXS condoms impress with their quality. Since January 2021, all EXS condoms are vegan certified and more than suitable for people with sensitive skin.

EXS Magnum are some of the biggest condoms from the brand. They are slightly longer than Glyde Supermax – 212mm, to be precise – and have a thickness of 0.063mm.

Like Supermax, EXS Magnum condoms are made of natural rubber latex and have a smooth, silky texture. They are transparent and unflavoured but are compatible with all flavoured lubricants from the brand. Unlike Glyde condoms, which have straight walls, EXS Magnum has an anatomical shape with flared head.


If you need shorter 60mm condoms, MY.SIZE 60MM could be just right. These condoms have a length of 193mm and are the shortest in this size range.

Length aside, MY.SIZE 60MM is more similar to Glyde in that it has straight walls. Even so, these condoms are a cinch to roll on. Committed to helping every man find the right size condom, MY.SIZE gives you access to a range of free tools to measure your penis size if you don’t know it already. Alternatively, you can complete our quiz to find out which size is right for you.

MY.SIZE 60MM condoms are made of natural rubber latex, are colourless and unflavoured. They are compatible with water- and silicone-based lubricants.

Pasante King Size

In-between Glyde and EXS, Pasante King Size condoms have a length of 205mm. A smooth and soft texture ensures they’re gentle on the skin, while the elasticity allows for a natural range of movement.

Ideal for people with sensitive skin, these condoms are vegan friendly and are lightly lubricated. You can add more lubricant as needed – Pasante King Size condoms are compatible with all intimate lubricants but are not compatible with massage oils, body creams, and other moisturisers containing oil or petroleum jelly (Vaseline).

Pasante King Size comes in packs of 12, 72, or 144 condoms and is available here at Condoms.uk as a one-time purchase or with our Subscribe & Save service.

Pasante Unique

Whether you’re looking for a latex-free condom or a condom that is super-thin, Pasante Unique can fit the bill. As their name suggests, these condoms are truly unique. Made of polyisoprene, they are an excellent choice for people with latex allergies or those who don’t want to use latex condoms for one reason or another.

Besides their non-latex construction, these condoms are also ultra-thin. At 0.015mm thick, they are the thinnest condoms on the market. To understand how thin we mean, consider that a strand of hair is 0.04-0.06mm thick.

Needless to say that you can use them without worrying about constriction. The material is soft and stretchy, feeling like nothing between you and your partner.

Pasante Unique condoms are 190mm long. They come in packs of 72 condoms, are vegan friendly, and suitable for all types of sex.

What is the difference between magnum, king size, and supermax condoms?

The main difference between magnum, king size, and supermax condoms is the name. Different brands use different names for their products. Nevertheless, all three options have a nominal width of 60mm.

Another difference between these condoms is their length and thickness. When choosing condoms, the most important thing to check is the width. That is because most brands make their condoms longer than needed. However, if you have a specific length requirement, all you have to do is to check the package. EXS Magnum, Pasante King Size, and Glyde Supermax have the following dimensions:

Condom Brand/Name Condom Length (mm)
EXS Magnum 212
Pasante King Size 205
Glyde Supermax 200


Are all 60mm condoms extra large?

Yes. Condom sizes (extra small, small, medium, large, and extra large) refer to the nominal width of the condom. The length isn’t accounted for because, as mentioned, most manufacturers make their condoms longer than necessary. If you’re unsure which size you need, measure your penis girth and choose your size from the table below:

Penis girth Condom width Condom size
7-9 cm 45-47 mm Extra small
9-11 cm 48-49 mm Small
11-12 cm 50-53 mm Medium
12-13cm 54-57 mm Medium/Large
13-15 cm 58-63mm Large/Extra large
15-17 cm 64-68mm Extra large
17-18 cm 69+ mm XXL


How long are 60mm condoms?

The length of a 60mm condom depends on the brand. In this size, you can find condoms with a length between 190mm and 212mm.

How to make standard condoms more pleasurable?

Medium and large size condoms are easy to find in a variety of options, including ribbed and dotted condoms, flavoured condoms, coloured condoms, and even condoms that glow in the dark. All these variants are designed to help you enhance pleasure for yourself and your partner. But all 60mm condoms have a standard, smooth texture, are not flavoured, and don’t have any fancy colours. Thus, how to make them more pleasurable? Here are a few tips and tricks.

  1. Choose the right size condom

    Condoms come in various sizes for a reason. If you wouldn’t put on an XXL shirt on your XS body (or vice versa), don’t do it with condoms. Measure your penis size and pick condoms accordingly if you want to have a memorable experience.

    Using a tight or loose condom is not only unsafe, but it might reduce the amount of sensations you’re feeling. If you’re complaining about condoms making it hard to feel your partner, you’re probably using the wrong size.

    There are different ways to measure your size, from using string and a measuring tape to mobile apps that help you measure the width of your shaft to stencils you can download, cut as instructed and use to measure your size.

    A piece of advice when choosing your condom is to leave your ego out of it. Your partner won’t be impressed by a box of magnum condoms if they look ridiculously loose when you roll them on. And for the record, most women are perfectly happy with an average penis size (which is around 13 cm).

  2. Change your mindset about condoms

    Our mind plays an important role when trying to achieve pleasure. Did it ever happen to you to struggle to achieve climax because you can’t focus? Maybe you just received some bad news or are simply thinking about something else. The same thing can happen if you let your mind convince yourself that you can’t feel pleasure when wearing a condom.

    You’ll be so focused on the condom that you’ll forget to actually enjoy what you’re doing. Your overall performance will be subpar, and you might transmit those negative feelings to your partner, too.

    Instead of thinking about any bad experience you might have had with an unsuitable condom, change your mindset. Think about the good part of condoms – they protect you against infections and unwanted pregnancy – and try to focus more on your partner than on the sheath.

  3. Upscale your condoms

    Plain condoms are plain, and there is nothing you can do about it. Or, is there? Whilst you can’t change their texture, you can add flavour with flavoured lubricant. Flavoured lube covers the scent and taste of latex, enhancing pleasure for your partner during safe oral sex.

    Flavoured lubricant aside, you can also apply extra lube to enhance slickness and, consequently, pleasure.

  4. Try a thin condom

    You have several 60mm condom options when it comes to thickness. Natural rubber latex condoms have a thickness between 0.045 and 0.063 mm, but you can try the non-latex variant from Pasante. These condoms are so thin that you can easily forget you’re wearing them. And your partner won’t be able to feel them either, boosting pleasure for both of you.

  5. Make condoms part of your foreplay

    Among the many things people who use condoms complain about is the mood-killing situation when you have to fish the condom out of your wallet or pocket, unwrap it, and roll it on. To avoid moments like these and increase pleasure, integrate condoms into your foreplay.

    Take them out of the wallet, pocket, or nightstand drawer as soon as you begin kissing and playing with each other. Opening the package before things heat up will make it easier to reach out for the sheath when it’s time without hurrying to unwrap it.

    Consider that by the time you need a condom, your hands may also be smeared with lubricant or body fluids, making it way harder to tear open the wrapper. And opening the packet with your teeth is never a good idea because you could damage the condom.

    How you put on the condom also matters. Instead of simply rolling it on, ask your partner to do it. There are endless ways to make condoms part of your foreplay and avoid mood-killing moments.

Why do people use non-latex condoms if they are not allergic to latex?

Non-latex condoms are mainly around because some people are allergic to latex. Most brands still make their condoms of natural latex, and there aren’t quite as many latex-free options. Yet, some people seem to prefer the polyisoprene variants despite having no allergies.

The main reason why people who are not allergic prefer non-latex condoms is that these condoms are thinner than latex. Hence, they allow you to feel closer to your partner.

Are 60mm condoms the same as jumbo condoms?

No. Whilst jumbo doesn’t refer to size – it is a name used by some brands to refer to condoms larger than average, such as king size or magnum – the jumbo condoms available in the UK are larger than 60mm. If you need a 60mm condom, try a magnum or king size instead.

Where can I buy 60mm condoms?

You can buy 60mm condoms right here at Condoms.uk. We stock a wide range of 60mm condoms made of latex or polyisoprene, as well as intimate lubricants and accessories designed to boost your pleasure. Browse our range now to find the best 60mm condoms for you.

Will my roommates know I bought condoms online?

No. When you buy condoms from Condoms.uk, you can rest assured each and every order will be shipped to you in discreet packaging. We use generic, non-branded envelopes or cardboard boxes and only apply on them a label with your address and a return PO Box address. We will make no reference to our website, condoms, sex toys, or accessories. The only way your roommates will be able to tell that you bought condoms online is if you tell them or if they open your parcels without your consent.