These condoms are the best on the market. They are well lubricated, durable and electronically tested for complete reliability. If you’re looking for a frill-free condom that feels slimmer and does its job, the Skyn condom is the one for you. They are tried-and-true classics and are often really easy to find.
Thinnest condom: Okamoto .04
Price per condom: $3.00
The Japanese company Okamoto is so proud of the 0.04 mm thinness of this condom that they named it after that number. It’s actually one of the thinnest condoms out there, so if you want to feel like you’re wearing nothing, give this one a try.
The best condom: Skyn Elite
Price per condom: $0.62
The Skyn Elite is the best Skyn condom for a non-latex, near-skin feel, to which many people are allergic. They call the soft, latex-free material SKYNFEEL, and it’s as durable as premium latex brands without feeling too tight.
The best eco-friendly condoms: Sustainable ultra-thin condoms
Price per condom: 0.5 dollars
The sexual wellness brand Sustain is specifically designed to be vaginal-friendly, which in this case means no fragrances, dyes, petrochemicals or nitrosamines. This is actually quite rare and reduces the chance that the condom will cause a disruption of the vaginal biome. Sustain uses fair trade rubber. And their condoms are completely vegan (most condoms have casein, a by-product in the diary). As philanthropists, the company also donates 10% of proceeds to organizations that provide access to women’s reproductive health and family planning services.
The best real-feeling condom: Champ’s ultra-thin condom
Price per condom: $0.75
These condoms provide almost no feel and are as close to skin-to-skin as possible. Champ condoms are made from 100% natural rubber and are specially lubricated with a natural, non-stick, medical grade silicone lubricant for a natural feel.
Best textured condom: Trojan Ultra Ribbed
Price per condom: 0.58 dollars
Ribbed condoms aren’t for everyone, but if you want a little extra grip, they might be a good fit. Remember to check with your partner before getting a textured condom to make sure they’re ready to use it. But if you and your partner are people who like a little friction, then you should try these Trojans.
Best Packaging: Lovely
Price per condom: $0.80
One of the biggest problems with condoms? Packaging. It’s usually corny, yes. But also: the packaging of most condoms can make them prone to tearing. Lovability has solved this problem with their “open cup butter” package, which looks like one of those disposable coffee ice cream packs you find at coffee shops.
The best condom for a larger penis: Trojan Magnum Bareskin condom
Price per condom: $0.80
The Magnum is a classic for a reason, and the Magnum Bareskin built that well-deserved reputation by making it even thinner.
Best condom for smaller penis: Okamoto Rilakkuma honey condom
Price per condom: $1.19