Red Paddle Co Launches Most Transportable iSUP On The Planet

Red Paddle Co have announced the release of their new Compact 9’6″ Compact inflatable SUP, which packs down to half the size of conventional inflatable SUPs, making it “the most transportable board on the planet,” without compromising on performance.

It is a full size SUP that packs down the half the size of an inflatable board through the use of PACT technology using malleable materials which make it easy to pack and unpack. Read below for full details and pre orders


Press Release: Introducing the revolutionary 9’6” Compact, a full sized SUP that folds down to half the size of a conventional inflatable paddle board.

Get ready for a SUP revolution both on and off the water!


Our aim was to produce the most transportable board on the planet, without compromising on performance – and the result is the 9’6” Compact.

Ten years in the making, this game-changing new board with international patent pending technology, folds down the middle and packs super-small.

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This innovative new board offers unprecedented convenience, so you can easily take it around town, hop on and off the train or even on your bike. Plus, it has never been easier to store your SUP!

Most importantly, there’s no compromise on performance – the 9’6” Compact is as stiff and durable as all Red Paddle Co boards.

The 9’6” Compact is a full-sized SUP that packs down to half the size of a conventional inflatable board. How is that possible, you ask? It’s all thanks to PACT™ technology.

Following Red Paddle Co’s ongoing commitment to innovation, a new weaving process creates an extra-high-tensile thread matrix at the core of the board that combines with a super-strong but malleable outer layer and a tensile quad stringer-system.

The result is a board that always keeps its shape when inflated, but packs down to an ultra-small size once you’ve let out the air.


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