i went into a Gap yesterday for the first time in ages (was waiting for dinner). Boy. talk about last year's trends, or more accurately, trends that were about a year old last year. I mean, a bright, striped shirt is the new "must have" for this summer? Really?) I tried on the regular bootcut, and boy, those things are sized big. A 32 was really pretty baggy on me, and a 31 only slightly less so. I low rise bootcut I wore a 31 in. For reference, I wear a 33 in Seven Bootcuts and Paper Denim GTOs, and a 32 in the Paper Denim LTDs (which are still a little loose on me, but comfortable.) The GAP really does gear their products towards a ridiculously obese demographic, doesn't it?