Trojan Brand Condoms are America's #1 condom and have been trusted for over 90 years. TrojanBrand Condoms are made from premium quality latex to help reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Trojan is a brand name of condoms manufactured by the Church & Dwight Company. 70.5 percent of condoms purchased in United States drugstores are Trojan brand. Trojan began selling condoms in 1927 through an ad placed in a trade magazine for pharmacists.

Trojan condoms were first manufactured in 1920 by Merle Leland Youngs of Young's Rubber. It wasn't until 1930 that latex-based materials were used. They claim to be America's #1 condom and trusted for over 90 years. They meet U.S. standards by the electronic measurement of durability and reliability.

Trojan produces 30 different varieties of condoms. Among the types are Magnum condoms, produced as a larger condom to provide extra comfort, and the Elexa line, which is marketed to a female audience.

In 2003, in order to launch Trojan in the United Kingdom, a humorous fake official web site for the so-called Trojan Games was created. The Trojan Games were supposedly an international sporting event similar to the National Debate Tournament and taking place in Austin, TX. The sports were based on sexual performance. As of November 2006 the various "Trojan Games" videos had been viewed 300 million times.