This week's condom review is the Trojan Supra, which is one of the few non-latex condoms on the market.
A non-latex condom, these seemed to, like most of the other alternative material condoms, transmit warmth and sensation much more efficiently. They came in an attractive shiny gold foil package which was thankfully easy to spot when navigating only by the moonlight coming in through the blinds. The package took a second attempt to tear open but still came open without TOO much trouble. They rolled on over the piercings with ease and didn't take any effort to roll completely down. The rubber ring around the bottom provided adequate grip to prevent slippage even through pretty vigorous activity. The units seemed to absorb moisture, but a couple drops of eros fixed that and it was smooth sailing from there out. The biggest upside to this variety was the complete lack of smell or taste. Being part of a monogamous couple who uses condoms only for their contraceptive properties, it's pretty important that an unpleasant taste not be left on the skin after use.
Ease of use 4.5