Trojan Bare Skin Non-Latex Supra Condom - Review
Our staff of Safer Sexologists put the Trojan Bare Skin Non-Latex Supra Condom to the test! Here is where the Trojan Bare Skin Non-Latex Supra Condom ranks!
When it comes to non-latex condoms, options are pretty limited, so once you find that perfect condom, you stick with it. But, if you’ve found your favorite, the Trojan BareSkin Non-Latex Condoms may make you reconsider.
Trojan BareSkin Non-Latex Supra Condoms (formerly known as Trojan Supra Condoms) are unique in a few different ways. First off, they are made from polyurethane, making them safe to use if you or your partner has latex sensitivity or allergy. Polyurethane condoms are usually thinner, stronger and less constricting than latex condoms, great if you want both heightened feeling and sensitivity.
When it came time to test this product, and my partner finally removed the condom from its wrapper, I was surprised to find that the material was completely clear, which was unlike anything I’d seen in a condom before. To touch, the material was super thin, like that of the Kimono UltraThin, and my partner even admitted that it was much softer than standard latex.
Once we began to use the condom, this is when we noticed the real difference. What really sets these condoms apart from their other non-latex counterparts is their ability to transfer natural body heat, which is something very few condoms can do. It was like my partner was wearing nothing at all.
When it came to size, these condoms also did not disappoint. Measuring in at 7.9” long and about 2.3” wide, these condoms are slightly larger than your regular-size condom (very similar to LifeStyles SKYN Large). The Trojan BareSkin Non-Latex Supra Condoms are standard in shape, but provide that little extra room for those fellas who fall somewhere in between standard and large. Though be warned, despite their thin material, they can be a little hard to roll on.
Though these condoms do have odor-free lubrication already on them, the box advises that they are not be used with any additional lubrication, as it may damage the product, and in turn make it less effective in preventing unwanted pregnancy or STDs. I personally did not experience any dryness throughout the entire experience (approximately 40 minutes), and my partner agreed. My advice if you do notice the condom is drying out, is to take it off and replace it with a new one instead of adding lubrication to the condom like we usually suggest.