Originally Posted by LucasFilms
Still, over 400 dollars is a crazy price for pants. At that price it is easier to just buy the fabric and take it to a tailor.
It's a bit of a moot point since they're sold out in all sizes but one, but those Rota linen trousers come out to $333 shipped after SF discount and tailoring credit. Rota trousers sell for €300-350 in Europe and ¥50-60,000 in Japan. They are not cheap trousers, but our prices are very attractive (which I guess, is also why they sell so fast).
Here is a little article by Simon Crompton on Rota, if you're interested : http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2014/03/rota-trousers.html
Lucky you if you can get bespoke trousers for that kind of money - where I am, it would be significantly more than $333
I understand that your budget is much lower (€40 pants mentioned above) and that's fine, but that doesn't warrant labeling those or their price as "crazy." Maybe next time, ask for a suggestion at a specific price point and you'll get more targeted answers?