Given that condoms play such an important role in preserving our health and in the prevention of unwanted pregnancy, we all want to use only the highest quality condoms.
That is why most people stick to the well-known, trusted brands such as Durex, Trojan, Lifestyles.
However there are a number of other brands, which have established their position on the market by their unique image and proven quality.
In today’s post we’ll present just part of those long-familiar condom brands.
This brand doesn’t need much introduction. It is one of the leading condom manufacturers, with over 75 years of tradition. They filmed countless ads and TV commercials. Durex hold approximately 22% of the global branded condom market and they are sold in more than 140 countries. The brand name Durex was registered back in 1929, and the name was derived from this three words: Durability, Reliability and Excellence.
Few well-known condoms by Durex are: Durex Enhanced Pleasure, Durex Sensi Thin, Durex Avanti Bare, Durex Extra Strength, Durex Sensitive.
Update: I’ve compiled a detailed list of Durex condoms with their sizes and descriptions. Check it out here.
Trojan Condoms are America’s best selling condoms with more than 20 different condoms in their assortment.
They are available on the market for 90 years, since Youngs Rubber Company, established by Merle Youngs, introduced Trojan line of condoms in 1920.
Currently Church & Dwight Co. manages Trojan brand, after acquiring it in 2001 from Carter-Wallace, Inc.
This popular condom brand is manufactured by Australian company Ansell Limited, formerly known as Pacific Dunlop Limited. They are available in a broad selection of various condom styles and sizes with more than 20 condom types. Customer can choose between different size of Lifestyles condoms, different textures, colors, flavors and thickness.
Some popular Lifestyles condoms:
Click here to check out the Lifestyles condoms size chart.
Kimono is a Japanese condom brand, introduced in 1987 and manufactured by Mayer Labs. Although Mayer Labs is based in Japan, these condoms are very well accepted in the USA as they are recognized for they quality and reliability.
Kimono condoms often receive highest ratings in reviews and different tests. They are well know for their sensitivity, strength and performance. Kimono condoms are 20% thinner than other thin latex condoms on the market thus providing better excitement. Despite their thickness, they exceed or meet all International and US standards for strength and reliability.
If you’d like to purchase Kimono condoms then visit this page.
Okamoto is another popular condom brand from Japan, established in 1934. With more than 70 years of experience Okamoto proved to be Japan’s leading manufacturer of quality and innovative condoms. Okamoto condoms are made of sheerlon latex, special material known for its strength and durability, so Okamoto condoms are actually thinner than regular latex condoms.
All Okamoto condoms go through quality controls like an electrical pinhole test.
There are several different types of Okamoto condoms under two different brand names:
Beyond Seven Condoms and Crown condoms.
For other condoms by Okamoto click here.
Sir Richard’s Condoms
Sir Richard’s is a relatively new player in the condom world. It was formed in 2009 in response to all of the unhealthy items that we were finding around the world. Built with keeping the most sensitive parts of your body healthy, Sir Richard’s condoms never have chemicals in them. They are also PETA-approved and even vegan certified. They also care for the community and those around them.
Sir Richard’s has a heavy emphasis on helping those who need it. You can find Sir Richard’s condoms around the world in a wide variety of stores, including health food stores.
Dedicated to providing safe sex options and connecting those who don’t have access to safe sex options, ONE Condoms is a unique condom brand.
They sell condoms like a regular condom brand, but they also produce a lot of outreach material. They run a donation program where you can submit photos, and they will donate condoms and sexual wellness information to various health outreach programs. So far, ONE condoms has donated over 7000 condoms and counting. They pride themselves on helping to make healthier relationships with a focus on social responsibility.
Glyde Condoms is a company that aims to connect people with natural condoms, including ones with safe and body-friendly lubricants. All of their condoms are high in quality despite being made from all natural ingredients. The condoms are even vegan, so you don’t have to worry about animals being hurt in the process.
Some couples are looking for a little more in their condoms, and that is why Glyde Condoms have organically flavored options. Five different flavors are available without any chemicals or even sweeteners. The company claims that they will make your mouth water. They have become one of the most popular natural condom brands today.
TheyFit / MyONE Perfect Fit Condoms
Everyone is built differently. Some men are big, and some are small. That is why TheyFit decided to get into the condom business. Like the name implies, TheyFit condoms are designed to fit anyone, whether they are big or small.
Using a FitKit, you can measure your size and get condoms in one of 66 different sizes so that you have the right size for your body. Improperly fitting condoms are much less effective. A perfectly fitting condom feels better during sex. It isn’t too tight and it isn’t flapping around. They are one of the first companies to offer so many different sizes, and have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you want to know that your condom will fit, then TheyFit Condoms are what you are looking for.
ONE® Condoms acquired the TheyFit brand in 2016, which has now been brought to the United States as myONE Perfect Fit (myonecondoms.com) with 60 condom sizes. MyONE is the same product as TheyFit, and marks the first time that this wide range of sizes has been cleared for sale in the U.S. In Europe, TheyFit will continue to offer the
same 66 sizes.
More Condom brands to be added…