Hmm, not really. The problem is that the two models look pretty similar visually. That's why I don't even bother doing separate photography for the Rudy. Going by measurements is always the best route to determine your fit. But a good rule of thumb is this. If you typically fit into slimmer pants and classic jeans like the Levis 501 and APC New Standard, then the Walt and Rivet Chino fit should be fine. For most guys who wear slim-ish clothing, it works brilliantly and accounts for about 85% of our trouser sales. Even if you're into sports and have pretty muscular legs, the Walt and Rivet Chino should work. They're not skinny pants. If you're a Rudy customer then chances are you know it already. You've got pretty muscular or thick legs that are hard to fit. Not jogging, basketball, or casual cycling muscular, but rugby, hardcore cycling, and powerlifting muscular. If you get an off the rack slim suit, the jacket works but the trousers don't. You can't wear 501's. Your pants typically have pretty wide leg openings at the bottom because you need more room in the thighs. Most of the trousers and jeans that are regularly discussed in Streetwear and Denim are too slim for you to wear. That's generally the experience for most Rudy customers. Ah sadly no. But we should get a "milkshake" suede Indy boot.