"Thin" or "Ultra Thin" Condoms

Labelling condoms as thin or ultra thin is an effective way of selling them to people who are looking for more sensation when using a condom. So you might be surprised to learn that little evidence (meaning independent clinical trials) exists to support the idea that a thinner condom lets you feel more. That seems counter intuitive, until you learn the facts about "Thin" Condoms.


"Thick" or "Extra-safe" Condoms

Labelling condoms as thick or extra-safe is an effective way of selling them to people who are worried that their condom is going to break during use. So you might be surprised to learn that little evidence (meaning independent clinical trials) exists to support the theory that a thicker condom is any safer to use. That seems counter intuitive, until you learn the facts about "Thick" Condoms.


"XL" or "Large" Condoms

Labelling condoms as XL or Large is an effective way of selling them to people who are looking for a larger condom, perhaps because regular ones are too tight for them. So you might be surprised to learn that these condoms are actually little different in size to regular condoms. That seems counter intuitive, until you learn the facts about "XL" Condoms.


"Close Fit" or "Snug" Condoms

Labelling condoms as Close Fit or Snug is an effective way of selling them to people who are looking for a smaller condom, perhaps because regular ones slip or fall off entirely. So you might be surprised to learn that these condoms are actually little different in size to regular condoms. That seems counter intuitive, until you learn the facts about "Close Fit" Condoms.


At TheyFit we don't believe in "marketing" claims or misleading size labels. We just make condoms that fit you perfectly - length and width. We believe that a better fit, means better sex and we're so confident in our idea that we even offer a 100% money back guarantee.

Learn more about how TheyFit sizes compare to traditional condom sizes here.