Traditionally, French bread was stored in linen (sac a pain) to hold both the freshness and crust of the baguette. Linen can absorb humidity up to 35% without giving a sensation of wetness. Linen has both heating and cooling qualities. At home the sac a pain has its own place, hanging from a cupboard or doorknob. It quickly becomes part of the household.
Bread bags are one-of-a-kind or made in pairs, check back often for more choices!
From a satisfied customer, "I took two baguettes home in the long bag and was amazed at how well it kept them fresh! When I take a baguette home in paper, it's noticeably harder the next day than these were. The other notable was that the bread bag and its contents were "cool" to the touch - a neat surprise."