Oh man @FLW, I feel like you could do some damage with that DB jacket! I'm really thrilled with how that one came out.
The issue is just production minimums. Back in the day we used to stock the Rudy trouser and it was an awful seller at stock. We'd get a desirable fabric and blow through sizes on the Walt shape while the Rudy just sat around. For our customers, the Walt is just overwhelmingly the most popular fit.
In order to hit these prices in Portugal, I have to make about 200 pairs of pants a shot, per pattern. That's fine for the Walt, but would be impossible with the Rudy.
I like the Taylor as an alternative. It's a shape that a lot of guys like and it's becoming something that we're increasingly known for. It works well for guys with big legs who need the Rudy fit, but it also works great for guys with slimmer legs who take the Walt or Driggs. I can only really run two shapes at once, and I think those two make the most sense.