>>2671165>gave you recommendation here lazy faggot>>2669805
gave you a debrief of all the materials. What is falling apart in modern 'rubber' boots is because PVC is cheap, polyurethane goes through hydrolysis and the foam breaks into a million pieces with disuse, and neoprene is not meant to take abrasion.
this realistically leaves eva (cheap. croc material. Not as durable but the foam can take some hits and some use inserts in sole to last longer. also heat retardant.), polyurethane (can avoid hydrolysis if you use all year instead of waiting for rainy day. weighs more.), or old school rubber (durable, can be repaired to an extent, weighs a LOT more like 5 pounds a boots, also urine/oil will fuck rubber up so needs to be rinsed if using depending on condition.)>EVA Recommendations
Tingley (cheap. no liner)
Lemigo (Polish. So-so. Nothing special)
Torvi/Nordman (Russian. Uses insert at bottom for more durability. What I use)>Polyurethane
Probably Sievi's boots (Finnish. Dunlop also has a polyurethane pair. Just have to be careful with hydrolysis and potentially the boot being stored in a warehouse for years.and thus not being used. concerns me with companies like dunlop that makes 100,000 boots)>real rubber
(Not really my area of expertise, but these are literally the only 3 that may be in existence considering most switched to new materials a long time ago. I don't use for the reasons stated above. Le Chameau are made in Morocco, and the other two are made in Europe. I'd probably recommend Aigle first.)