I've heard of MTM shoes. Ducker's, in Oxford, once offered to make me a pair. You can choose any particular style from the maker, and they will build it on any of their regular lasts. This way if you need a particular last for reasons of fit, but don't like the shoes they normally make on this last, you can still be satisfied. They didn't use the term "made-to-measure", but it strikes me as roughly equivalent to what Americans use that term to mean.
No, that's made to order, like the Edward Green made to order program, which has nothing to do with their bespoke program. Â This is simply a Special Order on an existing pattern or last. Â Made to Measure, even in tailoring, denotes that a stock pattern may be used but it is tweaked for some individual measurements. Â Kilgour offers a Stock Special Service that essentially is a made to order service -- patterns are not altered to fit you, but you choose a cloth and a style. Â (It is not their Shanghai bespoke program.) Â Contrast it with Gieves or Richard James' MTM service, where the existing pattern is altered to a certain extent to suit different height or girth or what have you. Nowadays Grenson runs Ducker's made to order program. Â Grenson also allegedly offers bespoke services through Ducker. Â Yes, Grenson too offers stock specials as well as bespoke/made to measure programs. Grenson also makes at least some of the shoes at Duckers.