Micro guys should never compromise sexual pleasure. Here’s a list of the best small condoms that you can try to help you choose the right and snug fit for you.
Almost every man in the world regularly worries or at least thinks about the size of his penis.
My theory is that we spend all of this time thinking about these things when we should be concentrating on the important things in life and love. Like how to please our partners, how to helicopter our wangs around in the shower…
…And what kind of condoms we should be wearing.
If you’re smaller than the average size, finding the right fit can be more challenging.
Not because there aren’t any options, but because we don’t know where to look.
That’s why today we’re going through the 8 Best Smaller Condoms.
So grab your measuring type, and let’s get started!
First, the 3 best of the bunch.
SexualAlpha Top Pick
The best of the bunch is the Lifestyles SKYN Elite. It fits below-average guys comfortably, feels amazing, and doesn’t contain any latex. Unless you have a thin shaft, these are perfect.
Most Innovative Condoms
Lelo HEX™ Original condoms are durable, ultra-thin, and let you feel every little detail of your partner and yourself. They also fit very securely, thanks to their innovative anti-slip grip technology, so everyone can have peace of mind that it’s not going anywhere.
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Top 3 Small Condoms In 2023
Lelo HEX™ Original
Lifestyles SKYN Elite
Trojan Ultra Thin
Best Small Condoms In 2023
Weirdly, these aren’t actually small condoms. They are, however, the best condoms if you have an average or below-average size.
Simply put, that’s because the feeling is incredible. They’re about as close as you can get to wearing NOTHING at all without, well, wearing nothing at all.
They’re about average girth but SUPER stretchy and accommodating, so the majority of guys should have no problem fitting into these.
They don’t trigger allergies, and they don’t have that latex smell that a lot of condoms have, which is just heaping benefits on top of each other.
From the measurements, you might be forgiven for thinking these are suited for larger than average penises, but you’d be wrong.
Well, they will fit larger than average, but that’s not who will enjoy them the most.
Material slipping around is one issue that smaller guys have trouble with because there’s more looseness in the condom, but these HEX condoms avoid that entirely.
The SUPERIOR FIT is all thanks to the inventive hexagonal design and anti-slip grip that clings to you like a second skin, making it easy to forget you’re wearing one.
They also smell better than most latex condoms and are extremely tough despite being incredibly thin. A winner for most gentlemen of any stature.
If you want to know more details about the Lelo Hex, we have an in-depth review here.
Trojan’s ultra-thin, uh, Ultra Thin condoms are simple, effective, and fit most sizes down to fairly small.
They’re NOT too wide, tight, and clingy. That means even thinner guys shouldn’t run into any trouble wearing these.
The material is ultra-fine and smooth, so you practically glide in and out like an Olympic ice skater.
You’ll want to add your own water-based lube to get the most joy out of these since the pre-lubricant they come wrapped in doesn’t last all that long.
So add a few drops and get going!
The ribs of these Ultra Ribbed rubbers have two benefits if you’re below average in size.
First, the added texture gives you and your partner more pleasurable sensations to enjoy.
But they also ensure the condoms will stay on more securely than a smooth one might.
They FEEL CLINGIER and MORE SECURE than an untextured condom, which can be reassuring if you’re normally concerned about the fit.
And they feel awesome on both sides with that winning combination of texture and bare-skin feel – a rarity among ribbed condoms.
You might be able to guess from the name that these condoms are from Japan.
I don’t know if it’s true what they say, but the average condom size there does seem to be smaller than the American standard.
That’s good news for the smaller dudes out there looking for a snug fit that actually fits snugly and comfortably without sacrificing on quality.
They have beautiful ribs and dots for both partners to benefit from, and for latex condoms, they have barely any noticeable smell.
The ribs, dots, and maybe something about the latex means that if you’re prone to skin irritation, you might want to try something else instead.
Despite this, they’re still some of the best-fitting condoms for thinner shafts you’ll find that have texture.
Barely there is an accurate way to describe these excellent condoms.
Many American producers do make snug-fit or thinner-shaped condoms, but they are usually a standard thickness that doesn’t feel that great. Plastic bag kind of feeling, you know.
But these are ultra-fine materials coated in some really nice silicone lube that makes for easy insertion and a natural sensation sure to please everyone.
Narrower guys don’t have to feel left out on the ultra-thin feelings, thanks to Kimono.
The silicone lube is awesome for long-lasting, comfortable sex; however, it can be slippery and a bit tricky to put on. Just be prepared for it to take a few seconds longer than normal until you get used to them.
But boy, they’re worth getting used to.
Finally, we get to the thinnest Kimono has to offer.
These are as thin as the Lelo HEX condoms but with a narrower fit that might be better for guys who want the tight rolled-on feeling instead of the grip.
They’re also great for sensitive skin, so if you’re likely to get a rash from the silicone lube of the Kimono Barely There or other materials, these might be a better choice for you. (Obviously, that doesn’t apply if you have a latex allergy.)
Since they’re so thin and delicate, they’re probably not suitable for rough sex or for anal.
But for anything else, they’re perfectly safe and an outstanding choice for narrower-shafted men.
If you’re one of those guys with plenty of girth and not a lot of length, these Trojan condoms are an excellent option.
The thinness and comfortable feeling will satisfy both partners easily, while the wider fit ensures that it doesn’t roll off.
That does mean that thinner guys should avoid these condoms since they’re likely to be a bit loose.
However, they do fit and stay on securely for anyone around average girth or more, So you can feel a lot of your partner in style and security.
The Best Small Condoms Buying Guide
If you remember just one thing about condoms, let it be this – GIRTH IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN LENGTH.
Condoms are designed to fit most sizes in the length department thanks to this amazing technological marvel called rolling them down as far as they go.
That’s why they come rolled up. You don’t need to roll them all the way until you’ve filled the whole thing like an overstuffed sausage; they’ll fit regardless.
But girth isn’t negotiable. So make sure the width of the condom matches yours as closely as possible.
We have a standalone guide for bigger and girthier guys. Check it out here!
Here are some of the usual features rubbers might have:
- Snug Fit – Ostensibly, these are thinner and better for guys with smaller penises than regular size condoms. However, many are actually the same size and even fit worse than other types of condoms that aren’t called snug fit. So don’t believe everything the packaging says!
- Flavored – Designed for oral sex, these have tastes like fruits or dessert flavorings to make blowjobs more fun for the person giving. Just remember, NEVER use them for vaginal or anal sex, as they contain sugars that will mess up the ecosystem down there.
- Thinness – Condoms can be extra thick, which is ideal for anal sex and rough stuff as they are less likely to break. There are also extra-thin, which is better for heightened sensitivity and a greater feeling of closeness and contact.
- Textured – Condoms can be ribbed, dotted, have pouches, frills, and all sorts of things. This is meant to add more stimulation and thus more pleasure to your condom choice. Textures can be great for smaller guys as they might help them feel more confident in pleasuring their partner.
Obviously, comfort is very important when looking for what condoms to buy. You’ll want the right fit, first and foremost, but factors like the material and shape of the condom come into play.
You’ll also want to think about lube – do you just want the condom to be pre-lubricated, or are you going to add your own?
And remember, a softer, smoother condom isn’t always going to be more comfortable than one that fits properly.
Condoms are most commonly made of latex, but there are alternatives.
- Latex – Natural rubber material. It’s stretchy and can be made extremely thin, ideal for making condoms. It also tends to be cheaper than alternatives.
Latex is generally great and offers a lot of variety, but it has two issues. First, it has a distinctive smell that some people don’t like and that tends to linger for a while even if you wash.
Second and much more importantly, latex can cause allergic reactions in people due to enzymes present in the material. This can lead to anything from a mild rash on your genitals (annoying) to anaphylactic shock (potentially lethal). If you or your partner has a latex allergy, you’ll need another material.
- Non-Latex – there are two good alternatives:
- Polyurethane is a plastic that makes effective condoms that prevent pregnancy and STIs while also not smelling of latex. It feels slightly different from latex, but it doesn’t trigger allergies, and you can use it with oil-based lube.
- Polyisoprene is a man-made rubber that doesn’t trigger latex allergies. It also doesn’t smell much while being just as stretchy and soft as latex is. Sometimes even more so.
You can usually expect condoms to cost between $1 and $2 per rubber if you’re buying them 12 at a time. Smaller 3-packs will make the price per condom go up, as will buying specialty condoms from less well-known or higher-end manufacturers.
Still, even the most expensive condom is cheaper than Plan B.
Feel free to check out our best condom guide as well if you want more quality options.
Why Should You Use a Smaller Size Condom?
There’s so much to be said for getting the right condom size for you. Like any other part of the anatomy, getting the right fit is essential. Even more so when we’re talking about sex where pregnancy or STIs might result from a poorly-fitting condom.
If you’ve been using condoms that are too big for you, you’re seriously missing out.
Condoms that are too large tend to bunch up and can even slip off during sex. They also severely reduce sensations since you’re not getting direct stimulation.
People who find the right condom size never go back to brands that don’t fit properly, and there’s a good reason for that. If you’ve ever worn gloves a few sizes too big, you understand how difficult it is to feel what you’re doing. The same goes for condoms.
A condom that fits properly will feel comfortable, make sex easier, and give you added sensations. It also makes sex safer and will let you and your partner concentrate on what’s most important – enjoying yourselves safely. A snug-fitting condom will make all the difference in your pleasure AND your confidence.
Remember, your condom should fit your body, not the other way around.
Why Do Condoms Slip Off Or Break During Sex?
Condoms usually slip off because they don’t fit properly – either too tight or too loose can cause them to slip or roll off the penis. Getting the right fit is important for this reason.
Breakage is almost always due to user error. Putting on the condom properly, following the instructions, and ensuring sufficient lubrication will ensure the condom doesn’t break. Condoms breaking because of manufacturer error is actually extremely rare, despite what people might tell you. (They usually just don’t want to admit they did something wrong.)
Can You Have Sex While Wearing A Loose Condom?
You technically can, but it’s inadvisable. Loose condoms are likely to roll or slip off, and they just won’t feel all that good because you’ll mostly notice the material of the condom rather than your partner.
That puts you both at risk of STIs and unwanted pregnancy. And if either of you worries about those things, how are you supposed to enjoy the sex?
Better to get the right fitting condoms, and then you don’t have to be concerned about anything except mutual pleasure and what’s for dinner when you’re finished.
How Do I Find The Right Condom Size?
Measuring and testing! Do what the scientists do. Take measurements, make predictions about which condoms will fit your size, and test them out while recording the results.
You’ll need a fabric tape measure for the best results – a ruler will not give you a very accurate reading.
Measure all the way around your penis at the thickest point, then divide for the diameter. (divide circumference by pi, or 3.14 – in case you don’t remember from school. It’s okay. I didn’t remember it either, so I had to search!)
Once you have your measurements, try out a few different condoms in similar sizes to judge the best and most comfortable fit for you. Variety packs might be a good option for testing this, or just get 3-packs from a few different brands. You’ll have your favorite go-to option in no time!
What Size Condoms Fit Micropenis?
There aren’t as many options in these sizes, but remember – you should be getting the right girth rather than worrying about length. If the condom fits widthways, you can simply roll it all the way down and still be confident that it will fit.
What Is The Best-Fitting Condom For A Small Penis?
There’s no single answer to that question. Small could mean anything from slightly below average to a micropenis. Heck, even a lot of average-sized guys think they actually have small penises.
The only reliable way to get the best-fitting condoms is to measure yourself, length and girth ways, then shop around and try condoms around the same size. It might take a few different ones to get you the best and most comfortable fit, but once you do, you’re all set.
Well, there we have it. Now you know everything you need to know about getting the right-sized condom for you, even if you’re smaller than average. Everyone deserves to be comfortable and safe when they’re having sex, after all.