What size condom do I have?

Condoms come in different shapes and sizes. To keep sex as safe as possible, it is important that you choose the right size condom. Here you can read more about the different types of condoms and read about how to choose the right condom size.

Condoms come in different shapes and sizes

The standard condom has a straight shape with a nominal width of 52-54 mm. Condoms with a flared model are wider at the head of the condom. Condoms with a contour model have approximately the shape of the penis. In addition, there are condoms with a cap or ribbed texture, but that does not affect the size or shape.

The difference between small and large condoms is mainly in the width of condoms; the width size. Most condoms have a length of about 20 centimeters. For most men, this is more than enough. For well-hung men, there are XL condoms. Besides being wider, these condoms are also a bit longer.

How do I know what condom size I have?

You can measure the size and shape condom you need. In terms of shape, it's a bit of logical reasoning: if your glans is quite large, take a flared model. If you see the same shape in your penis as the contour model condom, then it might just fit right.
With condom size, we look at the circumference of the penis when erect.
To measure your condom size, it is helpful that you find measuring tape made of paper or fabric that you can both wrap around your penis and hold along your penis.

You measure the girth by wrapping a tape measure around the center of your penis when it is hard. If your penis is not the same thickness everywhere, measure the girth at the thinnest and thickest point of your penis. For length, simply measure from the base to the tip.

In the table below you can read which size condom goes with which girth. Larger sizes are often also already a little longer, but if your penis is 20 centimeters or longer, you must be careful that your condoms are long enough.
Circumference in centimeters (CM) Condom size (nominal width)
< = 10cm 47
10 - 11cm 49
11 - 11,5cm 53
11,5 - 12cm 57
12 - 13cm 60
13 - 14cm 64
> 14cm 69

What size is a Wingman condom?

Wingman is available in a nominal width of 56 mm. This is the width of the condom measured when the condom lies flat on the table. Most standard condoms have a nominal width of 52-54 mm, so Wingman is already slightly wider. This width size of 56mm is optimally suited for a penis with an erection circumference of 11.5 to 12 cm.

Beyond that, it's also a matter of trial and error, just like with clothing. So, buy a small pack if you're not quite sure which condom size fits you best. If they don't fit, give them to someone else anyway.
Wingman is revolutionary compared to traditional condoms. Wingman is literally a snap to put on and is ultra-thin. This means no unnecessary distractions during sex, convenience, and the ultimate feeling.

Condom too big?

Do you think your condom is too big? A condom should sit directly on the skin. The material is extremely stretchy and firm, so it should feel like a second skin. The condom is thus the most secure and comfortable to use; a condom that is too small pinches and tears more quickly, whereas a condom that is too large moves and slips off.
Is the condom you are wearing loose (in some places)? In that case, your condom is likely too large for your penis. So, look at the nominal width of the condom that is too large for you and, the next time, order a smaller nominal width. You probably don't need to look at the length because you only unroll a condom as far as you need.