That's definitely a way. My point rather was: if 80% have this issue there are two ways this situation emerges: 1. 80% of the people measure incorrectly (which I would then define as a difficult measuring process) 2. There is a problem with the cut or how Luxire could put the measurements into no crocht issue pants As some of my pants have it while others with same measurements don't, I guess it's more a type 2 problem. Thus I think it should not be handled individually (though it might help the individual), but it should be generally cared of by Luxire - it's just a hint to improve fitting performance.