If you look closely at the photograph on the left, those boots my Spouse is wearing are White's, circa 1974.
In selecting equipment, do not settle for the cheapest item. If your safety depends on the gear, get the best quality you can afford from a reliable source. That is definitely true of boots. My spouse has always used White's boots while working as a forester. His boots have seen him through countless hours of hiking through all types of terrain and weather.
His White's boots have seen him through months of wildland fire fighting. His high top White's boots even enabled him to hike out with a broken fibula from a remote forest location. The doctor setting his leg credited the bone resetting itself as due to the boots. The fact that he was wearing the correct footwear for forestry work saved him from a more severe injury while at a remote work location.
White's are simply excellent products, and have been for decades. Since my Spouse bought his first pair in the 1960's and his third pair around 2004. I guess you can say that if you take care of your boots, they will take care of you.
You can request your catalog direct from White's. Many boot outlets that cater to wildland fire fighters should also carry White's in stock.
Note: Since many natural resources agencies require boots for outdoor work, particularly if employees are subject being on call for wildland fire fighting response teams, you may be able to deduct the cost of good boots through the use of 'Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses'. Check with your tax professional.