Generally, in wet sand you would want less bounce and not too wide a sole. 8 to 10 degrees of bounce with a medium to narrow sole design should work better in damp, tighter packed sand than most standard 12 deg. or more bounce soles. If you have a normal attack angle, a medium sole width could work well. If you have a shallow attack angle, you might want to look at a sole width on the narrower side. If you have a steep attack angle, even though the sand is damp, you may need a medium to wider sole, combined with the lesser bounce.
Date published: 2017-02-16