wind stop

wind stop

1. A weather strip used around a door or window.
2. A strip, usually of wood or metal, covering the joint between a sash or casement and the adjacent stile.
3. A wood or metal strip covering a crack of any type in a building to prevent wind from blowing in.
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Paper Mill Fishery 07814 741252 Richard Pullen didn't let a strong wind stop him catching a 10.
An electrically-operated glass wind stop can be adjusted to three different positions to protect occupants from wind blast or lowered completely so they get the full blast of engine noise.
99); Carson Hallam, Elizabeth, CO--Day One Camouflage Vest with WIND STOP and Skull Cap in WINDOWcamo pattern ($122); Luke Smith, Silver Spring, MD--An RH-Black SmackDown PRO Arrow Rest from Trophy Taker, Inc.
The vehicle features an adjustable electric wind stop and hardtop.
For maximum comfort whilst driving top down the 458 Spider features a generously sized adjustable electric wind stop.
In Piers Morgan's Life Stories on ITV1 tonight he said he once rang an aide and told him to make the wind stop blowing.
com; (800) 347-2979) has late season archery hunters coming in from the cold in droves to buy the company's water-repellant ASATW--a tightly-woven, 24-ounce All-Season All Terrain Wool--that combines with Wind Stop and 150-grams of Thinsulate to form a triple thermal defense against wind and cold.
Day One's Quiet Fleece Vest uses ComforMax 1B Wind Stop liner to block bone-chilling wind gusts.
We aren't going to let the rain or the wind stop us because we want to see an end to this barbaric event.
The new special edition features a leather/alloy gear knob, leather steering wheel, wind stop and ash grey facia.
Andy James, from Tonteg, didn't let a brisk, cold wind stop him having a great day at Tri-Nant Fishery, Llantrisant.
Options include air-conditioning, a chrome pack, wood trim, a colour hood, front fog lights, pearlescent paint and a wind stop though I think you still need a cap.