Now you can head to Main Street to buy specialty leather baby shoes. That is, you can if you live in Park City, Utah. Cade&Co, a specialty retailer of handmade, original leather baby shoes, just opened its first storefront in the tidy ski town that hosts the Sundance Film Festival. Naomi Doyle, founder of Cade&Co, was previously selling her products online, in parking lots, and even out of her own living room. Doyle says that her designs are good for young infants' feet because the leather allows the babies to feel the ground as they crawl and walk. 'My shoes form very well to the babies' feet as they wear them.' She's happy to have a spot on Main Street, and says more customers are finding her just by looking in the window and deciding to check her products out.
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