I think the effort to get a one-type fixes all ills will be the problem. Narrow feet, wide feet, short feet, non-pronating feet all take different boots.
I bought the Zamberlains after trying new boots for a year. I plan to use them I pass away or no longer hike. When we get old we can plan to buy the best and never buy again if we save and wait. I think I got these on sale for about 230 instead of the 280 list. I will only use them for their intended use and use some Red Wings for casual hikes and daily.
With size 12 B ( with a 2 A heel) I have to have the right boot.
Bingo. I'm still looking for that perfect boot but I'm getting very close.