Check the Pennine, Mallory and Fiennes boots. Also the Cairngorn shoe, and they used to do similar models such as the Cardigan and Newmarket that sometimes pop up on eBay...none of them shearling-lined, but all veldts. Cheaney have been one of the most prolific of veldt makers over the years. Also worth noting that most of Cheaney's veldt boots are (leather-)lined, unlike the Snowdon and Galway. because they use a different basic pattern to C&J and EG, whose pattern is basically a wholecut derby boot with unlined leg. I often wonder if Cheaney picked up their veldt machiney from Tecnic when they went under, as the basic Cheaney veldt shoe pattern closely mirrors the old Tecnic classic pattern. I've heard that Alfred Sargent picked up Lotus's old machinery (Lotus being the originator of the 'welted veldtschoen), and it's a shame that AS no longer offer a selection of veldts because they used to make bloody battleships such as the Selkirk and Kelso et al.