Try SAS Shoes
I wore Rockports for many years until they moved production to Vietnam (not to knock Vietnam), and their lasts (the mold for shoes, so to speak) changed, and they no longer fit properly. It seems Rockport, which used to use an American last, switched to a European last, the difference being the last angle, or the angle between the front and rear of the shoe (just look at the sole of any shoe). Bicycling magazine used to (maybe they still do) publish the last angles for shoes: angles of 10-12 deg. were best suited for American feet, angles of 15 deg. were for European feet. (This was important as many cycling shoes were imported from Europe.) I'm convinced the older Rockports used a 10-12 deg. last angle, the newer ones use a 15 deg. last. Even Keen seems to use the 15 deg. last.
Anyway, the SAS shoes are a joy, better than the old Rockports. The only catch is they're only sold thru brick-and-mortar SAS stores, and the one I know is in Lancaster, PA. They insist on measuring your foot with the Brannock device, but they sure know what they're doing: they moved me from a 11 Wide to a regular 10.5, which was a good move. I do wish they made a trail shoe!