The SNUG 49mm Ultra-Thin & Tight Fitting Condom
When a condom is too large it is prone to slip or break, so a tighter and more secure fit is the key to both partners' satisfaction.
Our SNUG is a 49mm straight shaft, snug-fitting condom – designed to be tighter and more secure, just the way you want it to be. Ultra-thin and lightly lubricated for added sensation. Available in a 12-count pack.
Produced exclusively for UNION by the world’s top condom manufacturer, our ultra-thin, 100% natural latex condoms are vegan-friendly and contain no harmful chemicals, no spermicides, and no fragrances. Ideal for female partners who are sensitive to conventional brands.
We triple-test electronically for safety and performance. UNION is FDA-approved.
How To Use
Latex condoms are an effective form of contraception. When used correctly, latex condoms reduce the risk of HIV infection (AIDS) and many other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, hepatitis B, and syphilis.
To Open: Carefully tear the foil at the edge, using hands, never teeth. Then, carefully remove the condom from the foil avoiding contact with sharp nails or jewelry. The top of the condom should face away from the tip of the penis.
How to Use: Squeeze the end of the condom to ensure no air is trapped inside; otherwise, the condom may split. Place the condom on only when the penis is fully erect for a functional fit. A correct fit has no baggy spots. At UNION, we recommend using an ADDITIONAL lubricant on the exterior of the condom as extra lubricant further increases sensitivity and prevents potential breakages.
If uncircumcised, pull back the penis foreskin by keeping one hand at the head of the penis with the end of the condom between your forefinger and thumb. Use the other hand to roll the condom down the shaft to the base.
Note: If the condom does not unroll, it is inside out, and users will need to replace it with a fresh condom.
Disposal: While the penis is still erect, hold the condom at the base to avoid slipping off.When fully withdrawn, remove the condom.
Note: Always dispose of condoms in a trash bin—never place them in a toilet.
Tips: Use a new condom for each sexual act. Natural rubber latex condoms are not intended for those with latex allergies.