The Best Condoms For Safe Sex & Maximum Pleasure.
Condoms get a bad rap for no reason. Some people think they’re bulky and obtrusive, and that they kill the mood. Breaking news: If you think that all condoms suck, you’re not using the right ones, buddy.
“Condoms don’t have to be the enemy of pleasure,” sex therapist Ian Kerner, PhD, LMFT, says in Men’s Health Best. Sex Ever. “They can actually be an accessory to pleasure.”
There are plenty of ultra-thin and ribbed condoms that both promise to enhance your pleasure and keep you and your partner protected. But with so many condoms on the market, it can be hard to figure out which one is best for you. That’s why we’ve scoured the internet for the best feeling, thin condoms that are barely noticeable during sex.
These thin condoms will be the answer to just about anything you or your partner needs.
A new condom player on the market, P.S. Condoms have thin condoms that don’t give off that harsh latex smell. With over 500 reviews, they maintain having five stars. As one reviewer wrote, “Get them. They are great. That’s all!”
Durex Extra Sensitive Condom
The company describes this condom as “super thin” and claims its sleek shape makes it feel like you’re not even wearing a condom. Plus, it’s extra lubricated for your partner’s comfort.
It’s not as barely-there as lambskin, but a Kimono MicroThin is the next best thing for couples who want a condom that feels more natural and protects against STIs (sexually transmitted infections). According to the manufacturer, this condom is 20 percent thinner than competitors’ “thin” models, but it’s still strong enough to pass vigorous testing.
LifeStyles Ultra Sensitive Condoms
Thankfully, thinner condoms don’t have to be expensive. This 100-pack from LifeStyles gets you the most “bang” for your buck (pun intended). You’ll have a seemingly endless stash of condoms in your nightstand at all times without breaking the bank.
Durex Condom Invisible
According to Durex, these condoms are so thin they’re practically invisible. In the words of one Amazon reviewer, these are “definitely the closest to ‘not even there’ that I’ve ever experienced.”
Okamoto 0.04 Zero Zero Four Condoms
Of course, every company is gonna say their condom is the best. But Okamoto gets plenty of rave reviews. “My husband hates condoms, but these he said were really good as far as condoms go,” explains one reviewer.
Trojan Supra Non-latex Bareskin Condoms
These thin condoms are a non-latex alternative for those with allergies. One Amazon fan calls them “very weird yet exotic and comfy.” They go on to say Trojan Supras are “a must try honestly.”
Zioxx Ultra Thin As Thin As it Can Be Condoms
These super thin condoms are made with a water-based lubricant, so they’re safe to use with latex condoms and they wash off easily. One reviewer says they can’t be felt, but warns you need to be careful not to tear them.
Lifestyles SKYN Selection Sampler
These non-latex, extra-thin condoms are designed to increase sensitivity for extra pleasure. This sampler pack includes the company’s original, studded, and extra lubricated condoms for a better feeling during sex.
Sustain Natural Latex Condoms – Ultra Thin
These super thin condoms are ideal for guys and their partners that prefer not to use chemicals, parabens, or synthetic fragrances.
ONE® Condoms Ultra Feel 2-in-1 Condom
Thinner than a human hair, these super thin condoms have changed one Amazon reviewer’s love life. “I truly never thought that it mattered what type of condom I used,” she wrote. “However, after trying a free sample of the ONE ultra feel condom, my husband and I were hooked.”