These boots are made in China, the ones made in UK typically run about $60 more. The two I know off the top of my head are 1460's and 1914's.
Aside from that, this is what you can expect from your typical mid-calve combat boot. They are all leather, steel toed, and durable. The difference between this and the UK product is craftsmanship and materials. These boots do not have a lining and they don't have the same sole.
These boots are pretty great, though. Durable and strong, a perfect match if you work on cars, as they're the only boots on the market (I know of) that can resist battery acid. From experience, it takes two years of being on your feet in them for 40+ hours a week to wear out the tread.