The luxiest bespoke services furnish you with things you don't need, in return for money you don't have -- like 3-piece vicuna suits, and...diaphragms? Get bespokery for the common man, at Solefood NYC. Deco'd like Katz's (cold meats case, booth-style table displays...), Sole's a rare-and-custom sneaker boutique, co-financed by that Queens guy who sold Bonds' 756th for $752k -- so there's hope for you opening a business, provided A-Rod doesn't retire to be a Chapstick model. The goods start w/ uncommon but reasonably priced kicks, ranging from two c-note fare (Nike Air Trainer Bo Jacksons, vintage Air Force Ones, etc) to sub-$500 rarities like the Jordan IV/V pack -- a convenient coupling of highly prized kicks you'd be completely insane to wear. But the real deal's the three custom options: choose from one-of-a-kind pairs pre-inked by local graffiti artists (Flexy, Chico, etc); bring your own design to be laser-etched on their stock; or, request that Sole invite a fave graffer to consult w/ you in-shop and create a bespoke pair (by analogy, the Medici:Da Vinci::You:Flexy and Chico). In October, Sole kicks off Solefood Sundays, when any purchase'll net you a plastic deli container heaped with comfort grub like collard greens, okra, and candied yams -- eat all that, and your fatness will be all the bespoke prophylactic you need.