The basic black cassock is the foundational garment
beneath the surplice. Constructed with a linen-look polyester and rayon blend, Man of the Cloth cassocks have the best of all options - polyester for permanent press and rayon for cool comfort and attractive drape.
The Roman cassock design features the classic front of 18-24 hand-applied buttons with tailored lines accented by the standard band cincture (sold separately).
Pocket accesses are both sides.
A center pleat in the back provides for freedom of movement.
The Anglican cassock has a simple front resembling the classic alb design. Five snaps and inside tie provide secure and comfortable closure.
This special garment is two-in-one -- a cross between a tab-front Roman clerical and a Roman cassock.
The tab-front Roman collar, generally seen on shirts, has crossed over to be a part of this stream-line garment.