I'm still searching for the perfect straight leg jean, for me. Basically what I need is something with a roomy but not antifit top block, and straight or slightly tapered leg, not too slim or loose. Here is what I've tried so far: Earnest Sewn Fulton - perfect fit, but not fond of the denim quality. Sugar Cane Hawaii - tolerable but too high a rise and too loose in the thighs, they've got that thigh bulge thing going on. 5EP straight rigid - Not bad, but a little to much thigh bulge and a little slim in the lower leg. 5EP lown down boot in one wash resin - top block good, but the legs were too slim. RRL second generation raw bootcut - (Japanese made with the light leather patch) these would be about perfect if they were a straight leg and maybe slightly looser in the leg. APC Rescue - sized down two, the top block is good but the leg is a little loose. Two things that often throw off the fit for me - too low back rise, and too tight in the crotch. I am not a fan of male camel toe. Japanese denim recommendations are especially what I am looking for. I like slubby denim. I especially like dark denim with a black or brown cast. I'd have tried the KMW 1950 already, but haven't found anyone who stocks a size 38. That's the hard part, my size really cuts down on selection.