Where to Buy Small Size Condoms

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Choosing the right condom size is essential for safer sex. Remember that length and girth are different measurements, and a condom should fit snugly (think plastic bag kind of feeling) but not be too tight.

Guys with smaller penises don’t need to be embarrassed about buying condoms, and there are plenty of places to shop for them. Here are a few options:

1. Supermarkets and Chemists

When it comes to condoms, many people probably think of one or two main brands, like Durex and Trojan. But both of these tend to stick to a fairly narrow range of sizing, especially for men. There are, however, a lot more choices when you buy online. For example, sex toy brand Lelo offers an ultra-thin and super-strong line of slimline condoms. They’re made from natural latex that is sustainably and ethically sourced, and they are completely free of harsh chemicals.

Other options include Atlas’ slimline trim condoms, which are designed to fit smaller penises perfectly. They are also silicone lubricated for a smoother experience and have been given a 4.8 out of five star rating by reviewers.

And, as with all things in life, it’s often better to shop around before settling on something. A lot of supermarkets and convenience stores carry condoms, and you can always try your local store before making a commitment.

You can also pick up condoms at drugstores, Planned Parenthood health centers, community centers, family planning clinics, college campus health centers, doctor’s offices, and even some vending machines. They’re relatively inexpensive, ranging from about a dollar in packs of three to less than a dollar if you buy them in boxes of 12. The best place to go, though, is to your local chemist or supermarket.

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2. Condom-Specific Websites

If you have a smaller penis, it’s worth trying out different brands of condoms to find one that fits your girth and feels good. Most men don’t even think about buying condoms with the word “small” on them, so you could be missing out on a lot of pleasure!

The best way to figure out what size condom you need is to measure your girth (length) and diameter (girth). You can use a flexible measuring tape, or just wrap some string around your erect penis at its thickest point. Then, compare those measurements to those on a condom size chart. There are also online condom size calculators that can help you narrow down your options.

Once you’ve got the right size, there are plenty of other factors that can affect how well a condom fits and how much pleasure it gives. For instance, you can buy flavored condoms to add some extra stimulation, or condoms that are designed for more natural sensation for your partner. You can also find condoms that are ribbed, dotted, have pouches, frills and more, and some are even warm or glow-in-the-dark to make things extra naughty.

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One place to shop for small condoms is on condom-specific websites, such as Condomania. They have a great selection of small condoms, as well as lube and sex toys. And they ship everything discreetly to your door.

3. Private Shops

If you don’t want to make a scene in the condom aisle and risk getting caught by someone who keeps track of your credit card or debit card spending, use cash to buy your lube. Then you can throw away the receipt without anyone knowing what you bought. If you live with parents, this is also a great way to avoid them asking questions about the purchase.

You’ll still be able to find smaller size condoms in private shops, but it might take you a while to locate them among the huge selection of larger-sized versions on display. They’ll be in a different section of the store, usually in a more discreet packaging.

Smaller-sized condoms are available from a number of different manufacturers, and they’re essentially the same as standard lubricated latex models. You can choose from a variety of sizes, including widths as narrow as 45mm. There are even smaller-sized lubed condoms from brands that are designed for women and vegans.

Some people prefer to skip the supermarkets and chemists altogether, buying their condoms online instead. There are plenty of websites that sell them, and most will deliver them in a discreet package so your postman, neighbors, or family won’t know what you bought. You can choose from a range of different sizes, and many will have lubrication and spermicide included too.

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4. Online

We all know that condoms are super easy to buy online and they can be delivered right to your door. However, there are a lot of different brands and sizes out there, so it’s important to find one that fits you perfectly. Luckily, there’s a condom for everyone – the average girth of an erect penis is around 58 mm – and finding your perfect fit will make it easier to use, increase pleasure for both partners, and reduce the risk of complications like slipping or breakage.

For example, the Atlas True Fit is a smaller-size condom that was designed to help prevent slipping during sex. It has a contoured shape that hugs your member all the way down to the base, and the extra slim walls are designed to hold tight. Plus, it’s totally silicone lubricated for even more comfort and confidence.

Another option is the LifeStyles Snugger Fit, which has a similar design to the Atlas condom but with slightly more length. Its snug fit helps to prevent slipping, and it also has tantalizing studs for added sensation during vaginal and anal sex. Plus, it’s a little longer than the Atlas condom but is still slim in width. Both of these options are available in packs of three on Amazon for less than a dollar. You can also buy them in bulk at a variety of stores and at Planned Parenthood health centers or family planning clinics.

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