The Santoni Hodge is not bad, but when compared with the Heath, well, there is no comparison. The Hodge, however, is readily available whereas the Heath is not. Those CESARE PACIOTTI boots are also quite nice, but alas, also not my size.
you've definitely got a different style than most people who post here, that's for sure. surprised people were suggesting bean boots and red wings to you. those engineers on the first page would look good with that style type i think, but they're a little clunky for how tight the jeans are you're wearing. have you taken a look at the ll bean katahdins? they're cheap and would be decent in the snow, hold up quite a few years.
Pretty sure Fuji followed it up after a few days wear saying the quality was actually crap on All Saints...
They're alright on deep discount, mine were about $100, but they're not good for nay serious winter. I fixed my pair with some glue and they're fine, but they're not at all warm and don't feel sturdy on ice or in the snow. They're good for the fall as fashion boots, just don't wear them too hard.
I'm looking at shearling boots also, already have non-insulated leather boots.. RL has some nice ones but too rich for my blood. Saw a pair of Born shearling boots at the Rack for $130 -$25 Groupon. ehhh..