French Filt Market Bag - Blue Jean Standard

What can't a Filt hold? A compact reusable market bag made from 100% knitted, mesh cotton that greatly expands to tote bundles of fruit, vegetables, and other groceries home from the market. These super sturdy bags will fold neatly into a purse or backpack and stretch to hold up to approximately 40 lbs. of goods. French Filt Market Bags have been used for generations and have stood the test of time due to their reliability. 

Based in Normandy, near Mont Saint-Michel, Filt has specialized in knitted string bags since 1860. Historically these bags were used by generations of mothers and grandmothers as a traditional market bag. They are dyed in the North of France and then knitted and sewn in their factory in Caen.

DETAILS AND CARE
  • Standard with shoulder handle: 15.75" W x 27.5" H (includes handles)
  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Machine washable
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BJ
06/12/2021
Barbara J.
United States United States
Handy little sack.

Scrunches into nearly nothing, holds lots. Just the ticket!

MC
01/16/2021
Mary C.
United States United States
Perfect sized bag

Love love my stylish perfect sized bag to run into the market or gym - holds just enough!

KS
08/27/2020
kathryn s.
United States United States
New must have for groceries

I'm so glad that I bought this! It's better than normal reusable bags for shopping as it is expandable. Love it! May buy for other environmental conscious friends

SD
07/05/2020
Sandra D.
United States United States
Oui Oui!!

These bags are so much fun to carry. I saw people using them years ago when I was in Brittany and have always wanted one. Holds cheese, baguette and wine. What else does one need.

DG
10/22/2020
Diane G.
United States United States
Great shopping bag!

It’s a lovely authentic shopping bag. I can’t wait until I can go to Farmers Market again.