The Pants Sloper can be used to create a wide variety of different styles. Some examples of variations are included in my book How to Make Sewing Patterns on pages 135 to 140, 2nd ed. (pages 43 and 44, 1st ed.) I have added some material here that is not in the first edition of my book which shows how to determine the location of the leg in the sloper so you can create close fitting pants and leggings. These leggings may either be used for outer garments or as undergarments. They also make nice Pajama bottoms for cold weather.
To create close fit pants and leggings, indicate the position of the body within the sloper at the Waist, Hip, Thigh, Knee, Calf, Ankle, and Heel. You can then draw lines where the body occurs. This approach allows you to achieve a close fit without making the garment too small.
The videos below indicate this procedure. The charts for making this adjustment are on page 55 of my How to Make Sewing Patterns, (2016 ed.). They are also available on the chart for Close Fit Pants pdf file.
The Legging pattern can be used either as an outer garment or an undergarment. The pattern is intended to be used with stretch fabric whether it be Lycra or Spandex for active wear or Polar Fleece for warmth.
The patterns are derived from a pants sloper that has been marked to show where the body is located for a close fit.
Palazzo pants are kind of fun, a cross between a skirt and pants. The pants shown to the left are made from a net fabric worn over Lycra leggings. The fabric draped so beautiful I made it very full. The hem is 120" in circumference for each leg. The fabric stretches so I used a elastic casing waistband.