Trojan supra - condoms by Church and Dwight - review by Jul!a

Trojan supra

Male condom by Church and Dwight

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Barely There!

If you have an allergy or a sensitivity to latex and don't have a huge penis, you're in luck! These polyurethane condoms from Trojan have no latex whatsoever, come lubricated, and feel almost like there's nothing there. Unfortunately, many men have reported these to be too tight for them, but they're great for toys.
Great for those with latex allergies or sensitivities. Almost feels like nothing at all
Too tight for some guys
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
The last time I heard anybody say anything about polyurethane, my mom was talking about why she preferred shellac. But my mom's floors aside, this polyurethane condom from Trojan were my first experience with a condom not made from latex and I have to say that, should I ever develop a latex allergy or sensitivity, these will be my go-to condoms.

The average condom is about 7.4" long, 2.04" wide at the base and along the shaft and head, and .0027" thick. The Supra stacks up at 7.8" long, 2.24" wide, and .0015" thick. Every dimension I could check for this condom, I did; all of them indicate that this condom is actually a bit wider than average, but every review I've read anywhere seems to indicate that if you're any kind of thick that you should avoid this condom. Because of this, I would only recommend this condom to guys no bigger than about 4" around. However, toys don't complain about losing circulation, so these would be ideal for those with latex sensitivities who want to cover their toys with something.

Being made of polyurethane, you're safe to use whichever lube you want, as long as they're safe for your body; so you should definitely not use body lotion or anything like that. The packaging indicates that you should use either water based or silicone based, but the overview says that you can use silicone based as well. I say just use your best judgment. No matter what you decide, just make sure that you add more lube if your own natural lubricant or the lube on the condom starts to run out.

Both the packaging and the overview make sure to point out that while laboratory tests show that organisms as small as sperm and viruses (like HIV) cannot pass through the polyurethane material, there are still studies being done to determine the effectiveness against pregnancy and other STDs, including AIDS. If you use this condom responsibly, you should be just fine.

The packaging also gives detailed instructions on how to properly put on the condom; pinch the tip to remove all air and hold it while you unroll the condom all the way down to the hair. If it doesn't unroll, you might have it on wrong and Trojan recommends tossing that one and starting over.

You should store these condoms in a cool dry place at room temperature, 59-86 degrees Fahrenheit. Don't leave them in direct sunlight, in your wallet, in your glove box, or center console. If the condom looks damaged, feels sticky, or brittle then don't use it. Throw it out and grab a new one.

Another nice feature of not being made of latex is that these condoms don't have a latex scent, at all. I held this thing up to my nose and couldn't smell anything. I didn't taste it though.

I've never had a Trojan condom break on me and this one is no exception.
We really enjoyed these condoms. While they didn't feel like there was nothing there, I didn't notice that they were there at all. When my fiance first pulled one out of its snazzy gold wrapper, he commented on how light and thin it felt, even before he had unrolled it. He's a bit on the smaller side of average and so, thankfully, had no problems with it being too tight for him. As far as feel goes, he compared it to the Profil or Contempo Bareback condoms, where he could sort of tell there was something there, but only if he concentrated on being able to feel it. Otherwise, it was very close to nothing at all.
Follow-up commentary
These still work for us, and if we have them we happily use them. I still think they'd be a bad choice for larger guys based on fit, but otherwise they're great condoms. The Skyn condoms from Lifestyles have a better fit for larger guys if you're looking for a non latex condom, and those are cheaper. But these are still a good choice.
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Do you like this review?
  • Liz2
    I was excited that Trojan has a condom w/o the strong latex odor but disappointed on the size. My b/f can't deal with tightness and restriction on his penis so we keep looking...
  • Jul!a
    I was fortunate that this didn't cause my fiance any problems, but if I ever run across a larger one with no real latex odor I'll definitely let you know
  • Sammi
    Thanks for the review!
  • Jul!a
    You're welcome, thanks for reading
  • Lucky21
    Thanks for the review! I used to use these because my ex had a latex allergy, and though expensive, they are awesome.
  • Jul!a
    You're quite welcome, thanks for reading!
  • Diabolical Kitty
    Wonderful review. I love it.
  • Jul!a
    Thank you
  • tinadice
    Thanks for the review
  • Jul!a
    You're quite welcome!
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