If you get a hole in your kite or a leak in any of your struts in any kite, it’s going to need to be repaired. Whether it is the leading edge or a strut that has a leak, then the theory is the same. In this video Duotone’s Tom Court repairs the leading edge bladder as it is by far the hardest to do. This video will give you all the skills and tricks to fix a bladder like a pro! It takes time to do it, so make sure you have an hour or so and the right tools to do it. It’s best to use a flat head screw driver to pop the plastic clips off the valves, but other than that just the repair kit and your kite bar is needed!

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