Looks like a 24'+ chisel behind that New Holland. Thats alot of impliment to be pulling and I imagine thats why the chevron style treds.
Now for getting back on topic about boots. The last two years I've had to get back into backpacking as my oldest grandboy and soon his younger brother are of that age they need to go and learn other than car camping. We've been going various places on the PCT for 4 to 7 day treks with the oldest grandboy.
I've had to upgrade my backpacking gear from what I had left over from the 1970's when I would go with small groups up into high altitude BFE for near month long treks.
After buying and trying out a few of these inexpensive "tacticool" boots and experiencing total discomfort and actual boot failure on single treks, I finally parted with a little bank and bought a pair of these.
Zamberlan Vioz GT Hiking Boots - Men's - Free Shipping at REI.com
I almost bought the Asolo's but the Zamberlan's fit my particular foot shape better.
These boots so far for me have been the most comfortable, best supporting, and a total joy in use in high altitude, steep, rocky, wet, terrane when carrying near 70 lbs. in weight in the backpack. These are an excellent four season boot and with flex crampons work extremely well in snow and ice.
They do run a little warm with plain cotton or plain wool socks but with medium weight SmartWool socks it's not an issue.