What size are large size condoms?

Large size condom is an umbrella term used for all condoms with a nominal width larger than the nominal width of a regular size (or standard) condom. However, since there are no laws that regulate condom sizes, the size of large size condoms varies from brand to brand.

For instance, Glyde Maxi condoms have a nominal width of 56mm, and the brand considers them large. The same brand’s extra large condoms, the Supermax, have a nominal width of 60mm. However, Durex’s standard condoms (what everyone would call “regular size”) have the same nominal width as Glyde Maxi – 56mm. According to Durex’s standards, Glyde Supermax would be a large condom, not an extra large.

Likewise, the condoms brand Skins calls its 57mm condoms Extra Large. But most brands would consider extra large a condom with a nominal width that exceeds 64mm. Thus, we can safely say that Skins Extra Large condoms are only large by most standards.

With this in mind, we talk about large size condoms when referring to condoms with a nominal width between 56mm and 64mm.

Are large size condoms the same as king size?

Yes and no. Since there is no law that requires condom manufacturers to stick to certain size standards or names, king size can refer to large and extra large condoms alike. Once again, it depends on the brand, each company having a different vision regarding the king size meaning. To make sure the condoms you want are the right size, you should read the label and make sure the nominal width is right for you.

How snug should a condom fit? Do I really need a large size condom?

Condoms are supposed to fit tight, but they shouldn’t be uncomfortable. Because latex is an elastic material, standard sized condoms can fit a broad range of penises. However, if a standard size condom (condoms with a nominal width between 52mm and 56mm are considered standard) is too tight and hurts – or if it constantly breaks during intercourse – you might need a large size condom.

As explained above, the actual size of large size condoms varies from 56mm to 64mm – with the 56mm condoms being considered a transition size between standard and large, depending on the brand.

Are large size condoms safe to use with cock rings?

If you normally wear a regular size condom, then a large size condom is safe to use with a vibrating cock ring. However, if you generally wear a large size condom, you should use extra large condoms with a cock ring.

The reason for sizing up is that a cock ring such as G-Lover increases your penis girth. Although condoms won’t protect you against pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections when used with this type of ring, a condom that fits too tight might still break.

In some cases, pieces of broken latex can get stuck inside your partner’s body. And even though the vagina is rather short, it is sometimes difficult to find and get out all pieces of condoms. Any condom pieces that remain inside the vagina can cause infections.

If you want to use a vibrating cock ring that sits at the base of your penis (cock rings used to delay ejaculation or stimulate your partner’s clitoris), then you should use your regular condom size. When used with cock rings placed at the base of your penis, the condom will protect against pregnancy and STDs.

What large size condoms can I choose from?

Large condoms come in a variety of sizes. Here are some of the most popular options you can choose from.

How big do you have to be to fit a magnum condom?

Magnum, just like King Size or Jumbo, is a word used by condom brands to denominate their large size condoms. In the UK, you can find EXS Magnum condoms with a nominal width of 60mm and which is 212mm long. If you’re bothered by so much length, Trojan Magnum condoms have the same nominal width as the EXS, but they are only 205mm long. If you need a slightly larger condom that still has Magnum in the name, you could opt for Trojan Magnum XL – condoms with a nominal width of 63mm.

One thing to keep in mind is that different brands may have other dimensions in mind despite using the name Magnum. If you’re planning to travel overseas and think you’ll need condoms whilst you’re away, we recommend you buy sufficient Magnum condoms before departure and take them with you. In this way, you won’t risk buying the wrong size condoms just because they are called magnum.

Are Durex condoms large?

A quick look at Durex’s condom range reveals that most of their condoms have a nominal width of 56mm. Whilst Durex admits that these condoms suit men who need a slightly larger condom, remember that this is the brand’s standard (regular) size. The only exception is a small range of condoms with nominal widths between 52mm and 53mm.

In the 56mm range, you can find the following types of condoms:

Where can I buy large size condoms?

You can buy large size condoms right here at Condoms.uk. We stock a wide range of condoms in the large category, including smooth, textured, coloured, scented, and flavoured options. Browse our range right now to find the condoms you want, add them to your cart, and proceed to checkout.

When you buy from us, you get free delivery on orders over £25. Regardless of the amount, all orders are shipped in discreet, non-branded packaging that protects your privacy.

Condoms aside, we also stock a wide range of condom-friendly lubricants and accessories that can enhance your sex life. At Condoms.uk, we only sell genuine products sourced directly from brands or their official suppliers in the UK.