Trojan supra - male condom by Church and Dwight - review by wonderall

Trojan supra

Male condom by Church and Dwight

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My favorite non-latex condom.

If you have a latex allergy and ever plan on having protected sex again, they're worth your money. It feels alright like all condoms feel alright; not as good as unprotected sex but not worse than latex.
They work very well with lubes, and there is no synthetic smell lingering afterward.
It's not as stretchy, and they're harder to get on.
Rating by reviewer:
worth reading, but not useful review
By some bizarre cosmic joke, I have a heart defect that doesn't allow me to be on birth control and my boyfriend developed an allergy that no longer allows him to wear latex condoms. Basically, if it weren't for the Trojan Supra, Id have half a dozen kids by now. Since nearly all the condoms I had stored up on in the past were now unusable, I biked to the grocery store and grabbed the first thing I saw, and these were it.

I freaking love these condoms. As far as alternative condom goes, they're pretty much perfect. In the past, when I used them for prolonged periods of sex, latex condoms would start to rub me raw and I would have to use lube, but only the kind that was water-based. Supras are both slicker and safe to use with oil-based lubricants, for which I'm very grateful, as it cuts down dramatically on discomfort. Maybe it has something to do with the difference in materials, but they seem to hold onto lubricants better than condoms of the latex variety.

They are very thin, though you can tell that a condom is there, and it seems very durable. We've gone through two and a half boxes so far, and we haven't had a breakage yet. It's possible that part of the reason they feel more natural is that there's no icky synthetic latex smell. I've recently realized that my immediate need to shower following sex was that I always subconsciously *hated* having that odor on my privates.

As far as the feel goes, it's one of those acquired taste things. It should be said that at first my boyfriend thought that they were uncomfortable, and he said that they seemed to lack elasticity. However, he is of average to slightly wider than average girth, and even so, he now says that he prefers the fit to that of latex.

The frustrating thing is that there are so few options for latex-free condoms. There's this...and a bunch of alternatives that are much less effective than latex. Luckily, my partner and I enjoy this option, and we don't foresee having to look for another solution.
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My Trojan supra tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Any couple
    • Fast session/quickie
    • Long / extended session
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • ~LaUr3n~
    You need to proof read. How thick are these at the various points of the condom-in measurements? What is the lube like? Smell? Cleanup? Taste? Tip?
  • LicentiouslyYours
    What are these condoms made from?
  • Dick-n-Jane
    If your goal is birth control, not disease prevention, you can't go wrong with Lambskin condoms. Ironically, they resemble sausage casing. Smile
    Lambskin condoms are comfortable for him and conduct body heat between the two of you the same as your natural tissue... which makes them seem "not there at all" during sex. Not the cheapest condoms out there, but worth the price.
  • ......
    Thanks for the review.
  • tim1724
    They're probably not stretchy because they're made from polyurethane. If you want a stretchier non-latex condom, try a polyisoprene condom, such as the Lifestyles SKYN.
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