Large non-latex condoms?

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  1. B_quietguy

    B_quietguy New Member

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    Can anybody recommend a large non-latex condom? Some people have mild allergic reactions to latex. I have tried magnum XL's and they feel a bit tight, so I'd like something a bit thicker than those and long enough to accomodate 8 inches. Thanks.
     
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    Try the female condom.. (then again, I think it may be only 7")
    Your partner would have to wear it internally.

    add: THIS appears to have legit info on it. Product

    Btw, I am assuming for a hetero relationship
     
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    I tried that once. The female condom is only 6.5 inches deep, and very snug on me. I ended up pushing it into my partner where it got all bunched up deep inside her. Not the best way to start off sex ...
     
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    The only info I can offer is to definitely stay away from Trojan Supra. My last gf was allergic to latex and said Supra was a viable option. Some places that I've looked has Supra listed as a larger condom. Yeah, that's a huge lie. I tried to put one on and it just wasn't happening. They're made from polyurethane and there is practically NO stretch whatsoever to them. They come in a package the same size as a Magnum, but they're no bigger than an average sized condom.

    I looked extensively for a larger, non-latex option, but never found anything.
     
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    Try the Durex Avanti. It has nice girth and length accommodation, plus it feels better than any condom we've ever used (for both of us!).
     
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    Was afraid of that, suspected girth on them would be only 6.5.
    Can't find them in stores recently, either
     
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    The Advanti condom's somewhat slim (relativly speaking) I can't fit in them without splitting them. Lenght, probably around 7ish
     
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    I tried Avanti once - never again! Although they're wider on paper, the polyurethane doesn't stretch. It felt even tighter than just wearing a normal condom :(
     
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    I did try to find some but with no luck. Luckily I think me and the gf have ruled out the issue being a latex allergy
     
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