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Condom Size Chart - A Guide for Calculating the Right Size Condom

by Bill Haney June 23, 2024

Medically Reviewed by Dr. M. Khan Phd, LCSW | Updated March 21, 2024 

Finding the perfect condoms size can be challenging. RipNRoll helps take the guesswork out of finding the right fitting condom by offering you this informative condom size chart.

Condom Size Matters

Image credit: Mike Nigels, 2024

When looking for the right condom, many people might not realize that condom size is much more important than looking for thin condoms or studded condoms or maybe even flavored condoms.

Trying to weed thru every condom in any store is a time consuming and frustrating undertaking, so a condom size chart is the perfect solution to this problem. If you are not sure how you measure up, you can go here to better educate yourself about measuring yourself for small medium or large size condoms


Why Condom Size is Important.

Condom size, in fact, is probably the most important property of any condom you are researching. If a condom is too small, it can be constrictive and hamper a man's performance in the bedroom. If a condom is too big, it can cause bigger problems if it leaks fluid or slips off during intercourse.

When choosing Condom size, there can be many, many factors. Base width or the size of the condoms ring or band at the bottom, head width, shaft length, and shaft width all play a major role in finding the perfect size condom. So we have categorized our size chart with the most important size factors we feel are needed to determine your perfect size condom.

Keep in mind, on average, most condoms are a bit longer than they need to be. If after you roll the condom on and you find that there is too much unrolled baggage at the base, you may need a shorter or smaller fitting condom. If there is nothing left to unroll, you might need to look at using a longer length or larger size condom.


Condom Length - What Condom Length do I need?

When determining a condoms size, most people focus solely on the length of the condom. While this is a good form of measurement and one that most people use to measure condom size, the condoms length is not necessarily the most important based on the average penis size. A report from King's College of London and their researchers, states they went through 17 studies that examined the penis size of more than 15,000 men. Kings found that the average flaccid penis length, from the base to the opening on the tip, was 3.6 inches and the circumference, measured around the base or mid-shaft, was 3.7 inches.

When erect, the average man's penis swelled to an an astounding 5.2 inches in length lol, and 4.6 inches in circumference. What this means in terms of condom size is that almost all of the condoms we have measured here at RipNRoll over the last 20 years are more than sufficient in the length department. Remember, you don't need to roll the condom all the way down to the serial numbers (insert joke here) Considering that most condoms range from 6.5" to 8.5" in length, a condoms length is only critical when a man's member is pushing porn star status. If however, you do fall into this category, you will want to pay attention to the Length Category on our below size chart.


How do I Calculate a Condoms Width?

The condoms "Flat Width" (not the same as width) x 2 equals the condoms "Circumference" or measurement around the shaft.  (this is approximate with minimal stretch factored in) 

To determine condom width, we lay each unrolled condom flat across a flat ruler and measure it from side edge to side edge. The image below demonstrates the correct way to measure condom width. To calculated the condoms Circumference (girth) the flat width of the condom is multiplied by 2. Example a condom with a 2.1" width would have an approximate circumference of 4.2 If you are looking for a wider condom, pay attention to the width measurement on the condom size chart. 

Measuring Condom Width
Image credit: RipNRoll, 2019


Condom Circumference, the "Girth" factor!

The Condoms Circumference plays a major role in condom size, especially for smaller endowed men. If you are less than average, It might be better to look at the girth of your penis rather than the length when buying condoms. The condom might look too long but remember it doesn't have to unroll all of the way. On the other hand, if the condom's girth is too big, there is a greater risk of the condom slipping off so try to find a condom with a circumference that is comparable to your correct size. Also be aware that some condoms are advertised as "Tapered width" meaning they are most likely snugger at the base or just below the head of the condom, too tight and your performance may suffer. On the other hand some men prefer a tight based condom as it can help with problems keeping erect as well as help delay orgasm in some cases. There are penis rings made specifically for this as well.


The Large Size Condom Myth.

Believe it or not, many of the condoms you see labeled as "Large Size Condoms" are not any larger than standard or "Average size condoms". Over the last 20 years, we have measured all of the condom brands in our inventory on a regular basis and have seen this "Large Condoms" phenomenon on many occasions. We've seen condoms labeled as Huge, Anaconda, Large, Mega and Kyng for example that were not large at all and a few were actually smaller than average size. So with that in mind be aware of the Large condoms true size measurements when considering them as an option. Again, one more reason a condom size chart is a great guide to determine actual condom sizes.


Where are the Average Size Condoms?

Most condoms on the market fall into the "average size" category so in our condom size chart we are only going to list the "Smaller size condoms" and the "Larger sized condoms" we feel are truly fitting for their respective categories. We have omitted from the chart hundreds of other average size condoms to save you from scrolling forever. However if you still want to see all of the different condom sizes available including "average Size Condoms" keep in mind that every condom on the RipNRoll website does indeed have length and width measurements included in the accompanying images of each condom.

We Really Do Measure the condoms we sell!

Indeed, we do...we don't just rely on measurements found on condom boxes or manufacturers websites, we actually measure the condoms ourselves. We measure each and every condom brand by length and width before we sell it on our website. I guess you could say we've been measuring condoms for more than 2 decades, since we started back in 1996.

Why Measure?

We have found over the years that many condom dimensions, listed by our suppliers or manufacturers, vary greatly from actual measurements we have taken ourselves here at Rip n Roll. Periodically we will re-measure a condom if it has changed packaging or manufacturing location to ensure the dimensions are still correct. A good example would be the Trojan Enz Non Lubed condoms, these condoms originally had a round non-reservoir head, over the years the condom design changed to a reservoir tip which changed the dimensions completely. 

While a specific condoms width and length may vary over time, we do our best to keep our condoms measurements accurate and up to date. After all we are not a "big box" or "sell everything store", we are a condom store, we specialize in condoms.


The below chart includes condom length, condom width and condom circumference, the three measurements we feel are most important when determining condom size. Condoms are arranged from shortest to longest length. 


Condom Size Chart - Small Sized Condoms



Width (flat)


Glyde Slim Fit Condoms
Slim Fit Condoms by Glyde
6.5" or 165.1mm 1.9" or 48.26mm 3.8" or 96.52mm
NEW Durex Bare Real Feel condoms
Avanti Bare Real Feel by Durex
7.0" or 177.8mm 1.875" or 47.625mm 3.75" or 95.25mm
True Fit by Atlas Condoms
True Fit Condoms by Atlas
7.1" or 180.34mm 1.86" or 47.24mm 3.72" or 94.48 
Kimono Microthin with Aqualube condoms
Microthin with Aqualube by Kimono
7.5" or 190.5mm 1.875" or 47.625mm 3.75" or 95.25mm
Trojan Enz Non Lubricated
Enz non lubricated by Trojan
7.65" or 194.31mm 2.0"  or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Trojan Enz Condoms
Enz Lubricated by Trojan
7.65" or 194.31mm 2.0" 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Iron Grip Condoms by Caution Wear
Iron Grip condoms by Caution Wear
7.75" or 190.5mm 1.75" or 44.45mm 3.5" or 88.9mm 
Snugger Fit condoms by Lifestyles Brand
Snugger Fit by Lifestyles Brand
7.75" or 190.5mm 1.8" or 45.72mm 3.6" or 91.44mm
Durex Extra Sensitive Condoms
Extra Sensitive by Durex Brand
7.75" or 190.5mm 1.94" or 49.276mm 3.88" or 98.552mm
Ultra Shape smaller size condoms
Ultra Shape condoms
7.80" or 198.12mm 1.94" or 49.276mm 3.88" or 98.552mm
Lifestyles Lubricated condoms
Extra Lubricated by Lifestyles
7.85" or 199.38mm 1.94" or 49.276mm 3.88" or 98.552mm
Beyond Seven condoms by Okamoto
Beyond Seven Condoms by Okamoto
7.9" or 200.66mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Beyond Seven Studded condoms by Okamoto
Beyond Seven Studded by Okamoto
7.9" or 200.66mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Beyond Seven condoms with aloe by Okamoto Brand
Beyond Seven condoms with aloe by Okamoto Brand
7.9" or 200.66mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm

Condom Sizes Chart - Large sized condoms





Kimono Microthin XL condom size
NEW Microthin XL by Kimono Brand

7.95" or 201.93mm 2.2" or 55.88mm 4.4" or 111.76mm
8.00" or 203.2mm 2.1" or 53.34mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Magnum condoms by Trojan Brand
Magnum by Trojan Condoms
8.15" or 207.01mm 2.125" or 53.975mm 4.25" or 107.95mm
Magnum XL condoms By Trojan
Magnum XL by Trojan Brand
8.35" or 212.09mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
Atlas Extra Large condoms
Atlas Extra Large Condoms
8.5" or 215.9mm 2.125" or 53.975mm 4.25" or 107.95mm

Magnum Thin by Trojan
Magnum Thin by Trojan Condoms

8.5" or 215.9mm 2.2" or 55.88mm 4.4" or 111.76mm
Wink Super X-Large condoms

Wink X-Large Condoms
8.00" or 203 mm 2.2" or 55.88mm 4.4" or 111.76mm

Lifestyles Skyn Large
Lifstyles Skyn Large condoms

8.65" or 219.71mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm

Durex XXL Condoms
Durex XXL Condoms

9.25" or 234.95mm 2.125" or 53.975mm 4.25" or 107.95mm

Trustex Extra Large Condoms
Trustex Extra Large Condoms

9.25" or 234.95mm 2.125" or 53.975mm 4.25" or 107.95mm

MaxPro Elite Condoms
Maxpro Elite condoms

9.25" or 234.95mm 2.0" or 50.8mm 4.0" or 101.6mm
One The Legend Condoms
The Legend by One Brand Condoms
9.35" or 237.49mm 2.2" or 55.88mm 4.4" or 111.76mm


Are you still unsure about which condom size is right for you?

Don't worry, this can all be confusing especially if you are a new condom user and have just started using protection. To help you find the right size, you may need to try several different types or styles of condoms before finding the one that provides you with the most comfort or best fit.

Something to consider trying would be to buy a condom assortment pack or condom sampler. These condom assortments are relatively inexpensive and available in many different sizes from assorted small condoms to large condoms and everything in between including average size condoms and condoms with additional headroom.

Additionally, If there are specific condoms you see on the above size chart, you can usually buy these as singles and save a little money. Either way it is always a good practice to try on different condom brands and sizes to see which feel most comfortable or fit you the best.

A Final Word From RipNRoll

Although choosing a condom can be overwhelming, we hope we have earned your trust as a reputable condom size guide. In reality, you don't need a condom size calculator to figure out the right size condom for you, you just need to do a little measuring once you understand how. Once people find the correct size condom for them it becomes much easier to buy them in stores or online and once you “Know Your Size” you can start looking at other things like texture, flavor, scents and materials etc.

Finding a condom that fits properly can also enhance your experience with sexual partners and will better protect you against unwanted pregnancies and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Rip n Roll knows that condoms are essential tools needed for proactive sexual safety, we call them the “Protective Gear for Active Lifestyles”. Our Sexual Education blogs are meant to be used as a guide to help educate and help stamp out sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies through the promotion of responsible sexual behavior and the correct use of condoms.

The more educated, comfortable and open to discussion the world is to safer sex education and condom discussion, the healthier our society will ultimately be. The end definitely justifies the means.

- Be Safe and Let the Good Times Unroll

Bill Haney
Bill Haney


Bill is President / CEO of RipNRoll Inc. and a regular contributor at Entrepreneur, Businessman and Father, Bill has kept up his goal of "Protecting the Planet one condom at a time" since 1996

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