One of my favorite things about web consumerism is the way it facilitates what's known as 'light customization.' Generally, this is accomplished with Flash-based geegaws that somehow encourage really hideous color combinations. I'm hoping to revise this post as more examples of this kind of thing occur to me, so if you encounter others, please let me know.
--custom-colored Chuck TaylorsCustomatix
--custom-colored Shox, Dunks, etc.Vans
--custom-colored Old Skools, slip-ons
--t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc. with custom colors and logosLids CYO
--baseball caps with custom colors and logos Lands' End
--shirts, pants, etc. in custom colors and dimensions
--messenger bagsL. L. Bean
--tote bags, daypacks and messenger bags
--no longer makes custom itemsTimbuk2
--more messenger bags
--Note: Your diamonds
--Alas, no more custom multi-tools. Just for that, Gerber, I'm going to start trying to do for 'Leatherman' what people did for Kleenex and Xerox.