Here is a microphone wind protection tips if you are working in Production Sound.
When working with wind you only need to put on enough wind protection for the wind that is currently present. Do not always start with 100% wind protection (the biggest and heaviest wind blocker you have). Bubblebee Industries has a modular system called the Spacer Bubble. This system can be used to vary the amount of wind protection needed. When I use this, I take off the slip-on fuzzy when I am indoors, and throw it back on again if I know I am going outside.
When you cover a microphone with wind protection, you will muffle the sound. It isn’t as bad as I do in the video above, but it does cause the high end frequencies to get trapped and not make it to the capsule. This can give your sound a more dull like feel. Some microphones will have high-emphasis switches to make up for this high end loss.