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These boots are made by the All American Boot Mfg, Inc., located in Sun Valley, California, USA. The boot is model number 400.
The boots are OSHA compliant, heat-resistant, and have a Vibram 100F (fire-resistant) lug sole. They are 9" tall and have a padded ankle collar and built-in cushion insole. The toe style is called "oblique." It is a box-style toe instead of rounded.
The difference between this boot and its brother, the All American Firefighter Boot model 401 is that these boots have an oil-tanned, dull appearance, while the 401s are very shiny. Otherwise, they are the same boot.
The boots are built in the station-boot style, meaning that they have a boot zipper down the middle that is laced in on both sides to adjust to the wearer's foot. (Instructions on how to lace a zipper into station boots is here on the Boots Wiki.
I choose to wear boots like this (and my Chippewa Firefighter Boots) when riding my Harley in hot weather. The boots are comfortable and do not get hot, so they are a great choice as tactical boots with good traction required for heavyweight motorcycle operation. I bought these boots from Buds Work Boots of San Diego, California.
This video gives a demonstration about how to lace this style of boot with a boot zipper.