Hi all. Im looking for a new pair of boots purely for everyday use such as cutting about shops, pub and work. At the moment im using Catapiller Indianas which are tough and lasted 5 years, but the back of the heel keeps wearing out and im not able to get that fixed with a leather patch anymore. Im not going to be hillwalking in them, but they need to be able to take a bit of distance and last a long time. I also want to avoid the usual suspects of Altbergs and Lowas, no point in buying them if im not using them for that role and will feel odd wearing them down the pub. I did have a pair of Magnums (very like the issue jungle boot) which were very nice, but the leather kept splitting down the sides of the toes where the boot bends when you step. Perhaps a better brand similar to them? What do you guys recommend? The budget is around Â£100 (get what you pay for), cheers. Edit to add - Thanks for the recommendations, some nice boots especially since im looking for a good walking pair for summer hols. Though i should have said that at the moment im after something tall and in black leather, as they will get wear and tear from crap ground in working outdoors (job has me indoors and out). Those non-leather/fabric walking boots havn't liked me in the past, although some fabric on the leg similar to the Magnums would be ideal to keep them light weight and breathable. Yeah, im looking for a jack of all trade boot as i dont want half a dozen pairs of shoes for different days like a woman.