At 5.5 inches girth you're well into the realm of "that's a thick dick" and at the upper end of available condom sizes. When it comes to condom fit it doesn't matter if you think you're big or not — you are, and you might've missed the signs that your condom is too small. You might have trouble believing this, but you're too big for almost all condoms sold in stores, including the supposed large and extra large varieties you're likely to see (yes, even Magnums).
When it comes to proper condom fit, girth is more important than length, so you'll want to properly measure your girth to be sure that you're really at 5-1/2 inches / 14 cm. If you are, the just-right condom size for you is likely to be in the range of 62-64mm nominal width — but if you find you want a looser or snugger fit then you can find more options with our condom size chart tool.
Durex XXL (64mm)64mm nominal width
New to the market in 2020, the redesigned Durex XXL condoms offer a 64mm nominal width in a cylindrical shaft that's roomy from base to tip. At 8 inches they're also among the longest you can buy.
MyOne 2264mm nominal width
MyOne's roomiest offering, the 22 series brings 64mm nominal width for the girthiest of dicks, and a range of lengths from 5.1 inches all the way up to 9.5 inches. No matter your size, there's a fit for you.
My.Size 6464mm nominal width
These German-made natural latex condoms come in a room 64mm size great for larger penises.
Unique Plus XXL66mm nominal width
An exceptionally roomy condom that's also latex-free? That's Unique Plus XXL, with an hypoallergenic polyethylene resin material that while not stretchy like latex, will conform to your shape with ease. It's thin, it's strong, and it'll get the job done.
FC2 Female Condom
Turn the world on end with the FC2 Female Condom, a soft nitrile internal condom that is inserted into the vagina and takes on her shape. It's compatible with penises of all sizes, but is particularly advantageous for very thick men.