Sometime around 20 years ago (maybe more), some of the Levi's stores would actually custom-tailor your Levi's to your specification. I mean, there were certainly limitations to what they would do, but you'd go to their store (I did this in the one in Horton Plaza in downtown San Diego) and climb up on the little platform and they'd take your measurements. And you'd choose from several different weights and colors of denim, choose button fly or zip fly, choose your fabric finish (stonewash, unwashed, etc.), and even degree of pant flare, from pegged skinny-legs through straight-leg, boot cut, and a flare that was as close as they'd come to bellbottom in the 90s. I had two pairs made, but like a dummy, I only had one pair made with flared legs. And I wore them to death. I eventually retired them when the crotch blew out, but I kept them to one day use as a template, so I could make myself a new set. (By the time I wore them out, the Levi's stores had stopped doing this kind of quasi-bespoke service.) I'd have to drop a bunch of pounds to fit in 'em anymore, alas. But I still have 'em. They were by far the coolest and most comfortable jeans I've ever owned.