I've been a fan of Brasher Supalites for a decade & was/am thinking of updating them because of wear. But I am now rather wary. It appears the Supalite II GTX is very different from the traditional Supalite, having an almost flat sole, which lacks the tread of a standard walking boot.
These used to be advertised as for light wear (they had almost glove-like leather) but were excellent every day boots for me but I can't see how they can be anything but slippery without any depth of tread. Some reviewers have also criticised fit, pointing out that they are now made by a different manufacturer & the fit differs, too. As a wide-footed individual, I don't dare buy online & will have to take a good look at these before committing myself to such expenditure.
It doesn't sound too good overall.
And even worse now I've had a reply from Brasher. No, they said, no longer do they have a walking boot sole. They are for light wear. 0/10 Brasher, for putting what seems like an entirely different product out under the name of a deservedly famous one. Having this information direct from the horse's mouth, my score reduces to 1.
These might suit you if you are a first time buyer for a bootish sort of shoe, but don't think you'll be acquiring an improvement, or even a replacement, if you are an old Supalite fan.