I second Asolos. I've worn them daily for nearly six years, including two tours overseas. They hold up. Best place I've found to get them is Sierra Trading Post, especially if you sign up for their newsletter and click it to go to the website; it gives you an additional discount.
Salomon makes good, comfortable boots, too. I was going to get some when they were being issued, but they didn't have my size, so I took a second pair of Asolos. SierraTradingPost.com also has them at good prices.
I wore Danners, exclusively, for my first eight years in the infantry. They're great boots, as long as you get their American made models, which aren't usually their lightweight offerings. I follow their free discount page for deals: https://www.hitthebreakroom.com/invite/?r=373447
I have lots of Merrells from about 10 years ago when they were the go-to boot when ditching combat boots, but we've learned a lot since then. They are really light duty boots. They run narrow, the cushioning wears out faster than a running shoe's, and they get shredded in rough terrain in a few months of use. Mine still are serviceable because I don't ever take them with me to harsh environments, anymore. I wear them to work when I'm expecting a light day. I just don't feel right tossing serviceable boots before I've worn them out, but don't trust them to take to the places that I've seen destroy them when others took them. But, if you get them at big discounts, then they're almost worth buying, if you don't need to depend on them.
Some others that I have tried and recommend are Lowa, AKU, Vasque, and Keen (Keens are lighter duty, but built much better than all the Merrells I've had).