I agree Fox - Cuban heels are underrated especially for the rock dog/sticky floor pub gig look - screwed soles also make them just that bit sleeker as well. The one you linked to is actually a "block heel" a bit lower than their true Cuban heels e.g.:
You are correct, that block heel is lower and less swept in than what many consider Cuban heels. Though, in my defense, the actual boots most civilians consider to be "Cuban heels" vary all the way from outrageous witchy-toed zip boots to unremarkable standard Chelseas. What all the high-heeled models seem to have in common is that they seem to be made of factory-reject Naugahyde scraps.
The upswept toe and toe-stitching on the Santa Fe makes me consider it a riff on a cowboy boot. If I saw it with the trouser cuff over it, I'd call it a cowboy boot.
My ideal may be a little off, but it's an ill-defined target to be shooting at. Maybe it's better to say it is a well-made Cubanesque heeloid that would be great for that Blow-Up look, without looking like you get your plastic shoes from Ye Olde Goth Shoppe.