Lauryn P.wrote a review of Danner Jag Hiking Boot - Women's on February 11, 2018
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I'm a rural mail carrier and I've been looking for a tough, lightweight boot to wear on the route. These boots were absolutely perfect. They're waterproof and they keep my feet warm when I'm in the snow, and when I'm inside working they don't make my feet sweaty and hot. Took about two days to really break them in, but even when they were fresh out of the box they didn't give me any blisters. They grip well on ice with a light dusting of snow, but they do slip if you don't mind your step on straight ice.
I did have a little trouble sizing. I always wear an 8 1/2 in women's, but an 8 1/2 was about 3/4" too big. Even with a thick sock on it was too big. I tried an 8 instead and that was perfect. If you're going to buy these boots, I'd recommend breaking out a ruler and measuring your foot in cm, then using the CM part of the size chart instead of the standard US sizes to pick the right boot. For example, I measured in at a dead 24 cm when I decided to math up and measure, which puts me at an 8, and it's perfect. I wouldn't worry too much about sizing up to fit thick socks, I wear wool socks every day and there's plenty of space to do so. My feet never feel cramped or uncomfortable.