Wow you weren't kidding I ran into all kinds of info about leg twist! Apparently it's a hot topic around with the denim crowd, and a desirable feature for some. Here is a great technical definition that is exactly what I am experiencing:
"Twisted leg(s) occur when the fabric moves more than 2.54 centimeters (1 inch) out of alignment in the leg of a garment from the knee to the garment hem. This garment condition occurs in garment finishing and most often not observed until the final pressing stage. There are numerous causes for leg twist, including improper cutting and sewing practices and incorrect skew control in fabric finishing "
My issue is, I had a pair of pants made based on a pair of jeans that had leg twist. Love the fit and want to order more (Luxire). How can I best communicate this to prevent and/or correct the pattern? Think It would just be easier to give measurements from this pair for fit and have a scratch pair made?
(I have put an email out to them for feedback, still awaiting reply)