Based on the standards of width fitting set by the footwear industry, wide width boots are described as broad boots measuring 3.8" to 4.4" at the ball of the foot for men sizes 6 to 11. Wide width boots are given the letters E and W. Letters or numbers in front of the main letter will indicate a wider width. For example, EE or 4E indicates a wider width than E.
Danner Danner 453 GTX 5.5" ST Don't fit well
March 13, 2013
Reviewer: CSN from GreenBay, WI
Don't like them at all, too narrow. I have a pair of Danner 1200 gram hunting boots and LOVE them. Fit perfect, warm, comfortable so I bought these, same size and width and they're too narrow and not comfortable at all. Very regrettable purchase.
Wears this shoe: Not at all now
Danner Striker 45 II GTX 4.5" Not Happy
February 28, 2013
Reviewer: Robert from Miami
I have bought Danners for years now and this is the first pair that I do not like. Instead of the 4.5 inch its now 6", almost a full boot and very uncomfortable.
Wears this shoe: Work
Danner Light II Still Breaking In
February 25, 2013
Reviewer: Dr. Phil from Chicago, IL.
I bought this hiking boot because it was "made in the USA." One of the reviewers mentioned that the boot is a little tight, with a need to break them in. I agree; it is a little tight, but I have begun getting a better fit. I wear it now when I walk the dog to break them in. In a few weeks, I will be using them for my main purpose - hiking. I will have a better idea how they fit and hold up after hiking in a couple of national parks.
Wears this shoe: Walking the dog and hiking
Danner Workman 8" GTX® PT Awesome Boots.
February 18, 2013
Reviewer: Randall from Georgetown, Tx.
This is my 3rd pair of these boots. Previous 2 pairs lasted about 6 1/2 years each. I wore these to work 95% of the time. I never had any foot or knee issues. I worked 12hr shifts in a semiconductor factory, routinely walking 6 to 12 miles a day. I recommend these boots to anyone complaining of foot or knee pain.
Wears this shoe: Work 95 of time and 50 of time off work.