We love condoms because they help to keep us safer, which means enjoying more sexy times. Of course, not all condoms are the same. There is a tremendous variety of condoms for equipment of all different sizes, allergies, & even performance issues. We’ve compiled a condom size chart for the most popular options to help you pick the best match for your personal preference.
We understand condoms aren’t the most fun aspect of swinging sex. But if we will have plenty of hot sex and continue having hot sex, we need to be smart. Don’t forget a condom can slip off if it’s not properly fitting. If a sexy man really excites a lady, her natural fluids will start flowing & when combined with energetic motions, improperly fitting condoms tend to slip off. All condoms can stretch a considerable amount, but a guy should try a condom close to his natural size for a more comfortable feel. This lowers the chance of the condom breaking. Condoms breaking or slipping off aren’t helping protect swingers from STIs, so we want to make sure to pick the right fitting condom for us.
While we are getting all detailed with properly fitting condoms, let’s also talk about performance issues and how different condoms can help. Many swinger men don’t use condoms with their wives. When they do use condoms with new swinging partners, it can feel weird. Various swinger performance issues can pop-up during sexy times. Some men become super excited with the sexy hot swinger sex and have trouble lasting long enough for their partner to catch up. For those men, it might be wiser to use a thicker condom. Other men really don’t enjoy the feeling of a condom and have trouble staying firm. For those men, a thinner condom can be really helpful. If a man really doesn’t like condoms for whatever reason, we suggest they try the newer latex-free condoms made with polyisoprene. They provide a stretchier experience, and many men are switching to them.
|Iron Grip||Caution Wear||7.75″||1.75″||0.07mm||silicone||latex|
|Mega Big Boy||Crown||8.55″||2.13″||0.065mm||silicone||latex|
If you are unsure, we suggest buying a few different condoms and test driving them with your own partner at home to figure out what feels right and performs best for you. We also suggest that swingers buy condoms in different sizes for your swinger bag, so you are always prepared if your swinging partners forget to bring enough of their condoms.
You also probably didn’t think about these swinger condom tips…
- It’s wise to use condoms on your shared sex toys. Sharing sex toys can spread STIs, and that’s not fun. So make sure to wrap them up. Plus, condoms make it easier to clean up after your sexy time.
- If you are going to use lube, make sure your lube is compatible with your condom choice. Some lubes can actually weaken condoms. For example, oil-based lubes (coconut oil, vaseline, baby oil, etc.) will breakdown latex condoms.
- Dry sex (aka not using enough lube) increases the chances of condoms breaking.
- If your swinging play session will include double penetration, be careful inserting two condom covered items into the same area. They will rub against each other & increase the odds of one or both condoms breaking. Condoms aren’t really designed to be rubbed against each other.
Be smart and practice safer sex. It will help protect you and enable you to have a sexier future!