Once again somebody asks a question and makes clear their modest budget, and it turns into a pi55ing competition to see who has the most expensive tripod.
OP. A good tripod will serve you for many years and won't trash your camera, a supermarket tripod for $40 with plastic head and clips is a total false economy.
However, as a few sensible souls have pointed out Manfrotto do some good solid tripods for reasonable money.
Depending on how tall you are a 190 will be perfectly sufficient for your needs, if you are taller than say 5'10" then a 055 is probably a better bet.
Go into a shop and try these out. There are different specificiation levels, from the basic legs with twist locks to lightweight carbon fibre jobbies with lever lock. Event he entry level ones are solid, although it's worth going round the bolts with an allen key.
The beauty is that you can also choose a head specific to your type of shooting, with your cam and lens being quite light then again, you don't have to go megabucks.
The other beauty is that the system is modular, so you can buy a new head for another purpose without changing the whole tripod.
They aren't dirt cheap but they are good value, make sure you get a modular tripod rather than the plasticky ones with fixed heads.
If the manfrotto brand is still a little pricey then look at Calumet who do decent, if clunky clones for a bit less.
You don't need Gitzo or RRS. I read your question properly.