I just got home from a few days off riding. I pulled the pants out of the box I had them packed up in and they are a 44" waist and measure a 30" inseam. I had to buy these big enough to fit my waist size at the time, which ended up with very long legs. I've been very pleased with the pants after having them professionally shortened, with the knee armor moved to the correct location. The seamstress was a specialty person doing moto and leather work and knew her stuff. She wasn't happy w/o moving the entire adjustable armor pocket up, rather than just sewing a pocket that was in the right location for me. This means there is still adjustability as the oem intended for the knee armor.
Likely too big for you, but if anyone else reads this, feel free to PM me. I have suspenders on them with logger buttons, (go with the pants), and they are great pants that protect the rider, but also give awesome air flow with the large leg panels that unzip and tuck into the lower legs. These proved to be extremely water resistant and even more so if I sprayed them once a year with scotch guard. They come with the rain liners, which I never had shortened, but are still wearable with the pants this way. I did many times. Pants are faded, but never crashed in and have no holes, rips or other damage.