Windbreak recommendations

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  1. Jack Slipper

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    Can anyone advise on a decent windbreak please? We've tried all sorts but seem to always end up chucking them away when the poles break, fabric tears or they generally fall to bits. Thanks
     
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    Jormax again :) The Vision half mesh type works well, gives some privacy & can still see out through it too.
     
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    i had one with ally poles bend in half in the wind pegs stayed in but whole thing bent l shaped
     
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    Jormax again.

    Martin
     
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    Cornish windbreaks, they do shows
     
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    Thank you all for the replies
     
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    20160709_173736.jpg Jormax ... they do excellent pet enclosures and draught skirts too.. this was last week near humber estuary in 30mph gusts
     
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    I find these are very effective .......





    [​IMG]..... Sorry.:rolleyes:
     
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    Sit on the leeward side of your MH.
     
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    Jormax again
     
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    I love that pooch bed. Where is that from?
     
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    windbreaks are for tuggers ...:rolleyes:


    well, someone had to say it :LOL:
     
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    We carry a small one around with us to put around a BBQ if a bit windy. Its the beach style stripey ones with wooden poles. They never break :)
     
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    We're not looking to pen ourselves in from others. It's more about protecting the cooking area outside and sitting out of the wind. I had come to the conclusion that it might be best to just buy the beach ones myself but thought it would be good to hear what others do. Thanks
     
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    We have the bits to make a pet enclosure. That's why we bought it really so that the dogs can have an outside space without needing to be tethered.
     
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