Sooo I have a very irregular shape which makes buying pants a nightmare. I want to wear the same clothes as my scrawny arsed chicken leg mates wear but my problem is that I've got massive body builder legs. It seems like clothes manufacturers don't take kindly to people who lifts. Either you're anorexic or you're obeese basically.
My ankles are 10" (which is normal for any skinny ectomorph I guess) while my calves are 18" and my quads are nearly 26"... My waist is 32" but I generally need to buy 34".
I like my jeans to fit like these Levis 511 do on this model:
The most important criteria is how the jeans are around the ankle, but the difference between me and him is where we both have 10" ankles (I assume) he's probably less than 15" around his calves and around 20" around the quads like all my slim friends. So while the ankles would fit me perfectly, my quads are 6 inches to big, and calves are 2-4 inches too big. If I chose a different size OR style so that it fits my quads/calves the legs get messed up and look all scrunched up and baggy (think Bee Gees in Stayin' Alive!)
Why is it so hard to make jeans fit me perfectly?
I'm considering finding a tailor to do my jeans from now, but that could be expensive and I don't even know if they exist.
MY question is.. is there some sort of calculator where I can insert my measurements and they either design them for you OR they find the jeans that fit you?