Unlike thin condoms that can increase pleasure, thick condoms can be helpful for men who want to decrease the sensation.
That’s why men who have a problem with premature ejaculation (finish quick as a blink) should try using this kind of condom.
One big misconception I’ve heard too often is that you can use two condoms at once
for this purpose, but that’s not smart and it’s actually dangerous because these two condoms will cause friction which increases the chances of condom breakage significantly.
Besides decreasing the sensation, thick condoms are more tear resistant, therefore they are considered a bit safer than regular condoms. For that reason some recommend these condoms for anal sex, and people who want to feel extra safe will also use them.
Now, you wont usually find condoms being labeled as “thick” or “thickest”, but extra strength condoms are usually thicker than average.
One of the thickest such condoms is: Lifestyles Extra Strength with the thickness of 0,09 mm. For comparison, regular condoms are usually around 0,07 mm thick, while ultra thin latex condoms are around 0,05 mm thick (these days there are even thinner condoms, but you can learn more about them in the thinnest condoms post)
Others worth mentioning are:
- Durex Extra Strength (0,08 mm thick)
- Trustex Assorted Flavors Extra Strength (0,09 mm thick)
- Lifestyles Ultra Ribbed (0,08 mm thick)
- Durex Performax (0,07 mm thick) – this one also contains a special lubricant that helps you last longer
- Trojan Extra Strength (0,07 mm thick)
- Trojan Magnum (0,07 mm thick)
Condoms that have an “extra safe” label should also be somewhat thicker than average. Durex Extra Safe is one such example (it’s 0,08 mm thick) and they say that this condom is also a good choice for first timers. This condom is however hard to find in the US, it’s primarily being sold on the UK and EU market.