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I wonder if this is the vocal minority speaking up in terms of wanting a much higher rise.Isn't sitting at or near the belly button the whole point of high rise pants? Or at least clearing the top of the hip bone? If they're not meant to sit over the hip bone they shouldn't be called high rise.
The only place I see men wearing high rise trousers is on SF.My question wasn't rhetorical. My point was that the product may have the potential to be improved and that current demand is not necessarily tied to solely the current product but also to the alternatives available in the market.
This is the real issue here. I'm 6' 3" and wear a 38 with 30.5" inseam. I really need a front rise close to 14" to get comfortably to my actual waist and to not feel like my nads are in a vise. I'm sure we are a minority, but an "Extra High Rise" sure would be nice.I wonder if this is the vocal minority speaking up in terms of wanting a much higher rise.
An 11.5" rise on size 34 contemporary hits near my belly button, and is also what I get from my tailor.
Proportions matter a lot here. I'm mostly leg with not a lot of torso.
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