Kitesurf spares


      Kitesurf Spares

      Here in the kitesurf center in Poole at S2AS, stock a large range of kitesurf spares from top brands including Cabrinha, Brunotti, Dry, Fix my kite, North Kitebording, Ocean RodeoCore Kitesurfing, Mystic and Dakine, ranging from valves and bladders, to repair patches, bridles and depower lines. Here at S2AS we know that something breaking/losing means a missed session most of the time, which no one wants. For this reason, we stock such a huge range of Kitesurfing Spares to keep you out on the water. If you have any questions about the Spares that we stock please don't hesitate to contact us on 01202 738448!


      What are some common spare parts for kitesurfing equipment, and how can I determine when to replace them?

      Common spare parts for kitesurfing equipment include replacement lines, bridles, bladders, valves, and chicken loops. Regularly inspect these components for wear, damage, or aging. Signs such as fraying lines, leaks in bladders, or weakened stitching indicate the need for replacement. Keeping spare parts on hand ensures you can address issues promptly, minimizing downtime.

      Can I use spare parts from different brands with my kitesurfing gear, or is it essential to stick to the same brand for compatibility?

      While some spare parts may be interchangeable among different brands, it's generally advisable to use parts from the same brand as your kitesurfing equipment for optimal compatibility. Each brand designs its gear with specific dimensions and features. Confirming compatibility with the manufacturer or authorized dealers before using spare parts from different brands helps prevent potential issues.

      How can I extend the lifespan of my kitesurfing spares and accessories?

      Extending the lifespan of kitesurfing spares involves proper care and maintenance. Rinse spare parts with fresh water after use to remove salt and sand. Store spare parts in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Regularly inspect spare parts for any signs of wear, corrosion, or damage, and address issues promptly. Properly storing spare parts, such as bladders and valves, in a dry and cool environment prevents degradation over time.

      Are there specific tools or techniques required for replacing kitesurfing spares, or can I do it myself?

      Replacing kitesurfing spares often requires basic tools, such as screwdrivers, pliers, and pump adapters. Many manufacturers provide detailed instructions or video tutorials for replacing common spare parts. For more complex repairs or if you are uncertain about the process, it's recommended to seek guidance from experienced kiters, instructors, or professional kite repair services. Properly maintaining and replacing spares ensures the safety and longevity of your kitesurfing equipment.


      Read more