I paid a pretty penny for one a couple of years ago for an Oris I own. I should have maybe gotten a long versus a standard length as the half with the holes has just one hole to go and the keeper doesn't have a lot to catch. It's a dress watch so it's fine, I knew buying it that it was made to order and no returns so I live with it. As for quality I'd buy that again and again. I have a padded and a thin Barton strap as well as a silicone strap and I'm pleased with what I got for what I paid. But to answer your question no complaints on Hirsch at all.
Looking at your example PANATIME has a nice selection of straps? I'm not sure if they have any with the steps like yours at the lugs?
I've had a few Hirsch straps over the years. I particularly liked the Liberty for dive watches. They aged well and I've had no issues - except the one of the two keepers on at least one watch has fallen apart (but that's probably after 5 years of wear).
If you want a cheaper alternative I can recommend the Geckota range of straps. Their materials and quality are exceptional for the price. Nice quality leather that fits as soon as you tighten it up. Not like torture clamps as some are.