The wind always seems to be blowing in the UK! When I'm using a pressure stove in my garden, which is exposed to the west, I always find I am having to improvise wind shields to keep the stove happy. In the dim and distant past I recall seeing things that looked like a four-sided metal box in which a Primus stove sat out of the wind. Indeed, I think that box with the other sides folded over may have also formed a carrying case. I have searched in vain to find such a thing for sale -- all I seem to come up with is little folding panels that are much too low for, say, a Primus No 5. Also in the past I recall flat-sided "5 gallon" tins that various fluids came in, and I could imagine cutting sides off one of those to make an open sided box of about the right size. However, I don't see any tins like that now -- all presumably replaced with plastic. I wonder how others solve this problem and would be grateful for any thoughts.